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UGDSB teacher wins 2019 Making IT Happen award

A teacher at Centre Wellington District High School has been named a recipient of the 2019 Making IT Happen award.

Information for parents: Testing for lead levels in school drinking water

Information for parents/guardians regarding the strict and comprehensive testing for lead levels in drinking water that happens at all Upper Grand District School Board schools.

Orangeville grade 8 students get taste of high school during Tech Day

Grade 8 students in Orangeville got a taste of what high school will be like on November 6, as Orangeville District Secondary School and Westside Secondary School held their Grade 8 Tech Days.

UGDSB students and staff continue FNMI education during Treaties Recognition week

From November 4-10 continued their learning in Indigenous education as schools marked Treaties Recognition Week.

Continuous learning, career pathways a feature at CCVI’s Ignite career day

On Wednesday Nov. 6, Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute hosted Ignite, a career day for the school’s grade 11 students.

CWDHS fields largest team yet in national cyber security competition

This year CWDHS has 23 students participating in CyberTitan, a comprehensive online competition where students across North America compete in cyber security challenges.

Beyond Borders students meet with business and community leaders at Women in Leadership event

On November 5, UGDSB’s Beyond Borders program and the Business Centre of Guelph-Wellington partnered to host the annual Women in Leadership Day at Tytler Public School.

Author Lawrence Hill speaks to GCVI students about creative writing, Black History 

Students at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute had the unique opportunity to spend some time speaking with Canadian author Lawrence Hill at the school on Tuesday. 

Take Our Kids to Work Day turns 25 on November 6

November 6 is Take Our Kids to Work Day. This day is the most recognized career exploration event in Canada and is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

Students at Arbour Vista PS rose to the challenge during We Scare Hunger

Students at Arbour Vista Public School have been busy collecting food items for the We Scare Hunger food drive.