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Salem PS raises money for Habitat for Humanity through student contest

Last week, students at Salem Public School received recognition for participating in the Genworth Meaning of Home contest in the fall.

UGDSB schools bring home medals from MusicFest Canada’s National competition

After amazing performances, guest adjudications and clinics, groups from CCVI and GCVI are coming home with medals from the national competition.

Ross Royals walk for 12 hours to raise funds for cancer

From noon to midnight, Ross Royals walked the track of their school to raise funds and awareness for the Canadian Cancer Society.

John McCrae PS students create collaborative art piece to honour Humboldt Broncos

Students at John McCrae Public School have created a collaborative art piece to honour those affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy.

Approved school year calendar for 2018-19 now available online

The Ministry of Education has approved the school year calendar for 2018-19 in the Upper Grand District School Board.

Author David Alexander Robertson speaks to UGDSB about reconciliation and healing through storytelling

On May 14 and 15, author David Alexander Robertson visited the UGDSB to speak about Indigenous history, culture and contemporary issues through literature and present at Indigenous Education PD sessions for UGDSB staff.

UGDSB welcomes author Emma Donoghue for UG Reads

On May 15 and 16, the Upper Grand District School Board welcomed Irish-Canadian author Emma Donoghue to speak to students and staff as part of the Upper Grand Reads Program.

Months of hard work and training culminate at 17th annual Special Olympics track meet

Excited athletes and supportive coaches and volunteers gathered under sunny skies for the one of the best days in the school year.

CDDHS hosts 2nd annual Films for Food Festival

Students at Centre Dufferin District High School are gearing up to host the 2nd annual Films for Food Festival on May 29 at 7:00 p.m.

Wellington Heights SS community garden project to connect youth and seniors

Wellington Heights Secondary School has broken ground on a new project that will connect high school students with seniors in the community.