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Beyond Borders students raise over $48,000 at Ambition Gala

On January 13, students in the Beyond Borders program hosted a charity gala at the River Run Centre. The charities that proceeds supported were The Hospital for Sick Children, Twin-To-Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) at Mount Sinai and the Syrian Refugee Crisis.

Help keep our community safe, become a school crossing guard

The City of Guelph is currently accepting applications for spare adult school crossing guard positions.

Rickson Ridge PS students organize visit from Indigenous author Tara White

Three students from Rickson Ridge Public School organized a classroom visit from one of the authors featured in their grade 8 book study.

Ontario Student Trustees’ Association releases ‘The Student Platform’ ahead of 2018 election

Following extensive consultation with students across the province, the Ontario Student Trustees Association has developed the Student Platform in preparation for the 2018 provincial election.

WHSS Warm Winter Wishes project collected over $35,000 for the community

The 16th annual Warm Winter Wishes fundraiser at Wellington Heights Secondary School was a huge success for the grade 12 Business Leadership class.

CHSS talent showcased in the hustle and bustle before the holidays

From holiday baking, a school community meal, to the Green Industries Holiday Boutique – it’s been a festive and industrious week at College Heights Secondary School.

Grade 12 art students at John F. Ross share original artwork with the community

Grade 12 students at John F. Ross CVI have been working hard to prepare for the Senior Art Students’ Art Show, Elemental.

Board Meeting Highlights for December 2017

The December meeting of the Upper Grand District School Board was held on December 19, 2017. The following provides highlights from the meeting.

John McCrae PS is promoting social justice this holiday season

John McCrae Public School is embracing the spirit of the season by giving back to the community.

CCVI collects 100+ gifts for children at Grand River Hospital

The students and staff at Centennial CVI are hoping to make the holidays a little bit brighter for some special children.