Schools in the Upper Grand District School Board have numerous engaging and thought-provoking activities planned to help raise awareness about bullying and its effect on students.
A unique program is exciting young readers at Mitchell Woods Public School.
More than 100 secondary students from four Upper Grand DSB schools attended a workshop and job fair at Mazak Training Facility in Cambridge on November 12.
The UGDSB had been experiencing a service disruption with the calendar function on the UGDSB school app, affecting iPhone users only. The problem is now resolved. To fix the issue on your device, uninstall and then reinstall the newest version of the app.
On Saturday November 17, the Upper Grand DSB is hosting an information technology open house at Montgomery Village PS in Orangeville.
On November 14, students and their families are invited to attend a unique annual event to gain helpful insights and information which will assist them in making important decisions about future education, training and career pathways.
On Thursday, former and current staff and students at Paisley Road Public School opened a time capsule with mementos from 1993.
Music students and staff at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute have begun a music mentorship program for intermediate students at their partner schools.
On November 7, as part of Treaties Recognition Week, Indigenous students from eight Upper Grand District School Board schools came together for an arts day at the Art Gallery of Guelph.
From Oct. 24 to Nov. 1, students in Jennifer Bailey’s grade 7 class participated in a collaborative learning project that combined Indigenous knowledge with mathematics.
Spotlight on schools
This fall, College Heights Secondary School launched a new competition to promote healthy eating.