An engaging and inspiring science exhibition is coming to John F. Ross CVI and Westside Secondary School.
Results from the province’s 2017-18 Education Quality and Accountability Office tests have been released for school boards across Ontario, including the Upper Grand District School Board.
Beautiful photographs from around Guelph, including works created by students at Guelph CVI, were celebrated this week.
National Tree Day is a day for all Canadians to celebrate and appreciate the benefits that trees provide. This year National Tree Day is being celebrated on September 26.
Tuesday is Big Brothers Big Sisters Day. Dressed in purple, supporters from the UGDSB and WCDSB, municipal and provincial governments, volunteers, Bigs and Littles and more came to celebrate the organization and hear about the benefits of mentoring.
Skills Canada is holding a contest, recognizing Canada’s top trade and technology teachers in grades 9 to 12. Two teachers from across Canada will be honoured for their excellence in skilled trade and tech education.
The Terry James Resource Centre has added lots of new resources this year, specifically in the areas of Equity, Inclusion and First Nation, Métis and Inuit Education.
Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute teacher, Amanda McAlpine has been named the recipient of the Judo Ontario Veteran Female Athlete of the Year award.
The Upper Grand District School Board is seeking secondary student, parent and staff input as part of the board’s strategic review of secondary school education across the district.
Staff and students from Kortright Hills Public School were at Guelph City Hall on Monday, celebrating the city’s exciting new designation.
Spotlight on schools
The first week of school capped off with a fun school-wide celebration at Willow Road Public School.