Willow Road PS students learn from Indigenous community members 

This year, Willow Road Public School was lucky enough to receive funding from two sources to help students engage in work with the local Indigenous community.  

Important changes on bus cancellation days and inclement weather days in the UGDSB

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and protocols, there are changes to bus cancellation and inclement weather days in the Upper Grand District School Board in the 2020-21 school year. 

Ross R MacKay PS shares messages of kindness during Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week

Students and staff at Ross R MacKay Public School were busy this week creating messages of kindness to share in a mosaic at the end of Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week.

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health letter to the community

Dr. Mercer, Medical Officer of Health and CEO at Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has shared a letter with important information for the community regarding COVID-19. 

Monday Nov. 16: Power outage at Minto-Clifford PS

Please be advised that we are experiencing a power outage at Minto-Clifford Public School. 

Monday Nov. 16: Eramosa PS closed due to power outages

Eramosa Public School is closed on Monday due to power outages. 

UGDSB is seeking employers for quad 2 Co-op placements

The Upper Grand District School Board is looking for employers who are interested in taking on a Co-op student during the second quadmester. 

UGDSB Remembers

On November 11, students and staff across the board remembered the Canadian Armed Forces members who served and sacrificed for our country.

Letter from the Director: Elementary school staffing and organization

This letter is to provide all parents/guardians in the Upper Grand District School Board with information on changes required in our elementary schools following the survey that allowed students to switch between in-person and remote learning. 

Director of Education Martha Rogers extends retirement date

The Upper Grand District School Board’s Director of Education, Martha Rogers, has agreed to extend her retirement date.