Spotlight On Schools
On September 25, students from Victory Public School and Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute gathered at Guelph City Hall for La célebration de la Francophonie en Ontario.
Grade 5/6 teacher, Josh Ellis, spent some of the first week back in the classroom promoting team building with his students. Students were tasked with the Hubba Bubba Challenge. In teams of five, students were given two oven mitts and one package of Hubba Bubba chewing gum.
Parkinson Centennial Public School installed two new environmentally-friendly taps at the school on June 29.
Students from Mono-Amaranth Public School had a memorable meeting on a recent class trip to Ottawa.
John Black Public School was fortunate enough to improve their playground through the help of community sponsors.
Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute has just finished its first Advanced Placement Calculus course. This is the first AP Calculus course of its kind in the UGDSB.
John Galt Public School unveiled its new buddy bench on June 15 at the school. The buddy bench was funded by Get in Touch with Hutch along with the Nicholas Lambden Foundation.
Several students in the senior welding class at College Heights Secondary School have successfully completed the Canadian Welding Bureau welding tests.
Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute’s music program is putting out their first album since 1976.
In Canada, more than one billion plastic bags are handed out each year. By participating in the challenge, Canadian students learn to reduce, reuse and recycle by collecting used plastic bags for recycling.