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Beyond Borders students raise thousands at charity car wash

In a matter of hours, Upper Grand students raised thousands of dollars to support a number of charitable causes.

Guelph teacher running to 16 schools to celebrate Terry Fox, inspire kids

A teacher in Guelph is hoping to inspire students to achieve their goals, while celebrating the perseverance of Terry Fox, in a running event that will involve several Guelph schools.

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UGDSB high schools welcome grade 9 students on Orientation Day

Upper Grand District School Board secondary schools welcomed incoming grade 9 students with open arms this week during their grade 9 orientation days.

Board Meeting Highlights for August 2019

The August meeting of the Upper Grand District School Board was held on August 27, 2019. The following provides highlights from the meeting.

Inside the TJRC: Start the school year off with a refresh on copyright laws

With the start of the new school year, the Terry James Resource Centre is highlighting the importance around copyright laws, especially when it comes to digital materials.

UGIgnite! Educators engage in summer learning ahead of the school year

Educators in the Upper Grand District School Board have wrapped up two days of summer learning as they prepare to welcome students back to school.

Paralympian Patrick Anderson shoots instructional video for students

On August 12, four-time Paralympic Champion, Patrick Anderson visited Centre Wellington District High School to film an inspirational and instructional video about wheelchair basketball.

Elementary Registration Day is August 28 – here is what you need to know

The 2019-2020 school year begins on September 3, which means it is almost time to register your child if you are new to the Upper Grand District School Board.