Greystone Centennial Middle School Announcements en-us Tue, 20 Mar 2018 17:10:55 MDT Breeze for Teachers 5.0 Subscribe today! Please verify your email. To comply with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), Parkland School Division’s web developer is requiring everyone subscribed to our school’s newsletter and/or email updates to verify their email address, so that they can continue to receive messages from us as they have in the past. If you have subscribed to our website or given us your CASL consent and have not yet verified your email address, please check your email (including your spam folder) for a message from "Greystone School <>". Click the link in this email, and you’re verified!  If you are unable to locate the verification email before the March 27 deadline, you can resubscribe by entering your email into the Subscribe/Newsletter box on the school homepage, at which point a verification email should be sent to your address automatically.​ ​If you do not verify your email address by Tuesday, March 27, our web developer will automatically remove you from all subscriber lists, and you will have to subscribe again in order to continue to receive updates  We’ll be able to keep in touch with you and continue to send you emails and newsletters about upcoming school events and more. Thank you for your patience and attention in this matter. Remember to check our website regularly to keep up with everything happening at Greystone Centennial Middle School! Dress for the Weather! Please dress for the weather!  It's certainly cold and wintry now, and will likely stay that way for a bit!  Students should have an appropriate coat, mitts, (socks?!), warm hat, and outdoor footwear when they head to school for the day. Students will be safe and comfortable if they are dressed for the weather conditions, and they will be expected to be outside for breaks unless the weather is very inclement.  It is also important to have appropriate clothing when riding the bus, as the temperatures on a school bus can drop dramatically in the event of mechanical problems.  We will be asking students to change their wet and snowy footwear, so having two pairs is very important. Stay warm and dry, wear a coat!