100% of schools in the Upper Grand DSB certify as an EcoSchool for the second year in a row!

This year, all 76 elementary and secondary schools in the Upper Grand District School Board achieved certification with the Ontario EcoSchools program, joining a growing movement of 1,900 schools across the province.

Montgomery Village PS celebrates student authors

On June 13, Montgomery Village Public School celebrated student authors with a red carpet show and book reading.

Update on International Baccalaureate survey results and feasibility study

Thank you to all who filled in the survey to express interest in an International Baccalaureate programme (IB) in Orangeville/Dufferin or Erin.

Gateway, Palmerston and Primrose students explore equity and social justice through the arts

From January to April of this year, students at three Upper Grand DSB elementary schools participated in a joint project that integrated the arts, social justice and experiential learning.

Westside SS musical roadshow visits local retirement residences

Students at Westside Secondary School are spreading music and joy throughout their community.

Rickson Ridge PS and CCVI team up to promote global literacy

Last week, Rickson Ridge Public School teamed up with Centennial CVI staff and students to help raise funds and awareness for global literacy.

Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington announce June workshops

Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington has a busy month ahead with several workshops and programs set to take place throughout the month of June.

#UGRainbow2019 – Students and staff reflect at Rainbow Leadership Summit

Upper Grand District School Board students in grades 5-12 spent the day celebrating and learning at the Rainbow Leadership Summit on June 4.

Montgomery Village PS celebrates community members at GrandPals Gala

Students and staff at Montgomery Village Public School visited Chartwell Montgomery Village Retirement Residence on May 30 to celebrate the annual GrandPals Gala.

Aberfoyle PS participates in school-wide planting project

Students and staff were dressed for the sunshine on May 31 and eager to participate in a school-wide planting project.