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UGDSB staff and students pledged to make a difference during the ECO Resolution Contest

The ECO Resolution Contest was designed to learn about what environmental issues are of concern to students and staff. Participants submitted a declaration to take action and make a positive impact on the planet.

Students from 6 high schools immerse themselves in French culture and language

Students enrolled in Core French and French Immersion classes spent four days immersing themselves in French culture and language this winter.

New pilot project to help students transition from co-op to careers in the skilled trades

A new program is launching in Guelph that will give students the tools to make successful transitions to careers in the skilled trades.

Nobel Prize winner Donna Strickland visits GCVI

Students at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute had a special visit from a former student who has been recognized for her groundbreaking work in physics.

Students in grades 10-12: Apply for Guelph Police’s Youth Engagement Program

Registration is now open for the Guelph Police Service’s Youth Engagement Program 2019.

School board conducting voluntary survey to help support the diverse needs of UGDSB families

This winter, the Upper Grand District School Board is conducting a system-wide survey, to help the board understand the demographic makeup, diversity and ongoing needs of our student population.

GCVI students to explore in demand careers in tech and the trades

On March 6, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute is hosting its third annual Tech & Trades Fair.

Inside the TJRC: Providing resources to schools in accessible formats

The Terry James Resource Centre (TJRC) is an amazing resource for Upper Grand District School Board staff, but did you know that the TJRC has many resources available in accessible formats?

Brant Avenue students give back through Givesome

On February 5, students at Brant Avenue Public School were given a unique opportunity to learn about giving back.

UGDSB offering learning experience for female students interested in the trades

In partnership with Build a Dream, the Upper Grand District School Board wants to invite students to a free parent/daughter event.