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PHHS will be offering bus transportation for PHHS students who wish to attend Jaylene Mason's visitation in Pickering, on Thursday, August 11.  The bus will leave Ganaraska Trail Public School at 1:15 p.m. and pick up in Pickering will be at 3:00 p.m.  Details and the student permission form have been posted on the RIP Jaylene Mason site on Facebook.

We encourage you to contact any of the following if you need to talk or require support at any time, 24/7:

  • Call Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 or visit http://kidshelpphone.ca
  • Call the Four Counties Crisis Line at 1-866-995-9933
  • Visit the emergency department at the local hospital



Port Hope HS and the KPR School Board are continuing to provide support for PHHS students, staff and community members devastated by the tragic loss of student Jaylene Mason.  The Board is arranging bus transportation to the funeral service in Pickering, for all students who wish to attend; bus pick-up and drop off will be at Ganaraska Trail PS, 34 Percival St., and details are still being confirmed.  Board counsellors and senior staff will be on the bus to and from the funeral service.

Jaylene’s family suggests that all those wishing up-to-date information on funeral arrangements should check the RIP Jaylene Mason page on Facebook. PHHS students who wish to ride the bus will be able to print off a permission form, have it signed by a parent or guardian, and bring it with them when boarding the bus.  That form will be posted on the RIP Jaylene Mason Facebook page as well.

We also encourage students and their parents to contact any of the following should they require support at any time over the weekend, into next week and beyond:

  • Call Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 or visit http://kidshelpphone.ca
  • Call the Four Counties Crisis Line at 1-866-995-9933
  • Visit the emergency department at the local hospital

Jaylene was a wonderful person who will be deeply missed.  We know our entire community joins us in offering sincere condolences to her family, friends and all who knew her.





With great sadness, we learned today of the death of one our Port Hope High School students, following a car accident earlier this week.

To provide support for our students, staff and community members during this time of tragic loss, the KPR Board will open Ganaraska Trail Public School on Friday, August 5, starting at 10 a.m. Board counsellors and senior staff will be available to assist and support all who choose to come to Ganaraska Trail PS that day.

We greatly appreciate the caring and kindness of Board staff who are volunteering their time during their holidays to offer comfort to those who wish to receive support.  The opportunity to come together is being offered at Ganaraska Trail since construction at Port Hope HS makes it inaccessible at this time.





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Congratulations to our Senior Boys Soccer Team
Bronze Medallists at
OFSAA Soccer
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The PHHS Eco-Spartans of Grace Demill, Christa Mills, Arjun Vaid, Christopher Hamilton and Dionne Benjamins were the

Durham Regional Envirothon Champions.

They wrote quizzes and performed tasks in 4 areas – Aquatics, Forestry, Soils and Wildlife.  They also prepared an 8 minute presentation on Urban Forestry followed by a 2 minute question period and they rocked!!

They came away with top marks in the SOIL and FORESTRY sections plus won the URBAN FORESTRY Presentation.

May 20th to May 23rd they travel to Sir Sandford Fleming College in Lindsay to compete in the Provincial Envirothon.

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On May 7th, Students from the PHHS Aboriginal Studies class learned how to protect and improve nesting habitat of turtles.
Students travelled to the Alderville Black Oak Savanna~and then went to Vimy Ridge on the shore of Rice Lake where they learned more about the "Turtle Project", hear teachings form Elder Jeff Beaver, Research and Restoration Coordinator for Alderville First Nation Black Oak Savanna.
~There were also demos from the Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre on how aquatic and benthic sampling is done.
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Sarah's Drive For Hope
was a HUGE success.   
An unbelievable 75 students had the swab to place themselves on the
Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Registry.  
Thank you PHHS!




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