Award-winning Métis author Cherie Dimaline will visit a number of Upper Grand District School Board schools during this year’s Upper Grand Reads program.
CDDHS grade 11 students in Ms. Murray’s parenting class had a unique learning experience on May 24 when they were given the opportunity to spend the morning teaching the kindergarten students at Glenbrook Elementary School.
Earlier this year, at Remembrance Day, all of the kids at Laurelwoods Elementary School wrote or drew on a Postcard for Peace to thank those in the Canadian Armed Forces for their service.
During the week of May 13, several Upper Grand District School Board Music groups travelled to Ottawa for the MusicFest Canada Nationals.
Several groups of Upper Grand District School Board elementary students were in Toronto on May 6-8 for the provincial Skills Ontario competition.
The 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Youth Games were held in Toronto from May 14 to 17. The event brings together 2,000 student-athletes from around the world.
As many staff in the Upper Grand District School Board already know, the TJRC is a fantastic centre for classroom resources, but did you know that it is also a centre with resources to promote staff wellness?
Ophea has announced the schools that participated in and received Ophea’s Healthy Schools Certification for 2018-2019.
John F. Ross CVI has received several awards for its dramatic production of Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures.
Hundreds of athletes, coaches and volunteers attend the 18th annual Special Olympics Track and Field Meet
On Wednesday May 15, hundreds of student attended the annual Special Olympics Track and Field Meet.
Spotlight on schools
On May 22, two teachers from Mitchell Woods Public School showed their school spirit by shaving their heads for a cause.