Students at Island Lake Public School make their first visit of the year to the Upper Grand’s Outdoor Education Centre, at Island Lake Conservation Area – to learn about local Indigenous culture.
As we head into the fall (and cold and flu season), now is a good time to review measures for management of illness in schools.
The UGDSB stands in solidarity with the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. We will not tolerate hate directed at the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and other oppressed groups.
The Upper Grand District School Board’s Parent Involvement Committee is inviting UG parents/guardians to join them at the free PIC event on October 25, 2023.
As a united UGDSB community, we are unwavering in our commitment to identifying and dismantling all forms of racism and oppression. Our dedication also extends to specifically addressing Islamophobia. We stand in solidarity with the Muslim community. We acknowledge the profound impact of the tragic loss of members of the Afzal family in London, Ontario, and the observance of the current legal proceedings can have on the well-being of our staff, students, and the broader UGDSB community.
At the September 12, 2023, Board Meeting, Trustee Kenn Manzerolle, trustee for Orangeville, tendered his resignation from the Board of Trustees.
World Suicide Prevention Day is a chance for everyone to highlight and work together in promoting awareness about suicide: those impacted by a suicide attempt or loss, family and friends, charitable organizations, professionals, politicians, volunteers, and community members.
September 9 is recognized worldwide as International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day.
Ontario’s Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, has shared a message to all Ontario families as the 2023-24 school year kicks off.
Environment Canada has issued a Heat Warning today through Wednesday. Schools are encouraged to limit physical activities with students, ensure frequent water breaks are provided and keep air circulating in learning and working spaces.
Spotlight on schools
The first week of school is always a busy one for students and staff, but that didn’t stop the Princess Margaret Public School garden club from harvesting food for the Orangeville Food Bank.