Students enrolled in the UGDSB’s Beyond Borders program are in the midst of planning “Ambition,” a charity gala that will feature inspiring performances, great food and a strong sense of community.
Students in Life Skills classes at John F. Ross CVI had a chance to showcase their love of music, as part of CBC’s Canadian Music Class Challenge.
The City of Guelph will discontinue the adult crossing guard lunch service near Mitchell Woods PS, as of Monday January 8th, 2018.
The Ontario Student Trustees’ Association (OSTA-AECO) has released results from its latest survey of students, parents and educators in the province.
During the first week of December, eight students and three teachers from Centre Wellington District High School travelled to Ottawa for a learning trip focused heavily on Indigenous history and contemporary issues.
Linda Busuttil, the trustee for wards 2, 3, and 4 in the City of Guelph, was elected Chair of the Upper Grand District School Board at the Inaugural meeting of the Board on December 5, 2017.
Arthur Public School hosted its annual holiday bazaar on December 1st at the school. This bazaar has been held annually at the school for the last seven years on the first Friday of December.
December 4 to 10 is Computer Science Education Week.
Local businesses in Shelburne are looking festive thanks to the hard work of Arts and Business students at Centre Dufferin District High School.
The UGDSB, in consultation with the Government of Ontario, has developed its proposed Executive Compensation Program to fulfill the requirements of provincial regulations.
Spotlight on schools
During Computer Science Education Week, Rickson Ridge Public School was busy participating in coding activities throughout the entire week making sure that every grade became involved, including the kindergarten students.