On November 23rd, the Peel District School Board held a community meeting at Port Credit Secondary School to inform the public about the current Pupil Accommodation Review process. The Final Staff Report, presented at the meeting, recommends the closure and repurposing of Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School, amongst a variety of other changes. If the proposal is approved by the Board of Trustees, Graydon will close by June of 2018 and be repurposed into an Adult Education Centre, replacing the current facility located on Elm Drive.
From November 18th to the 20th, students from the Model United Nations Club of Gordon Graydon participated in the sixth annual Secondary School Interactive Crisis Simulation (SSICSim) at the University Toronto’s downtown St. George campus. SSICSim is a special Model UN conference where students represent various characters and delegations who come together in different committees to solve world issues.
On November 17th, Gordon Graydon students had the time of their lives at this year’s semi-formal dance, hosted and organized by the Student Activity Council. Throughout the night, students danced along to popular music and enjoyed a variety of delicious food from the buffet. The highlights of the night were the live musical performances by Ayce Yovarda and Emma Morales, both students at Gordon Graydon.