The UGDSB International Student Program’s primary provider of emergency medical insurance coverage for international students, guard.me, has informed us of a cybersecurity incident.
In 2017, graduating Guelph CVI student Raymond Tu was awarded the Morehead-Cain scholarship. Now having completed his time at the University of North Carolina, Raymond is back in Canada after receiving the McCall MacBain Scholarship to pursue a graduate degree in Toxicology and Pharmacology at McGill University.
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has prepared a letter for parents/guardians and staff.
Five Indigenous students from across the Upper Grand District School Board are taking part in a canoe build this summer at John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute under the guidance of First Nations master canoe builder, Chuck Commanda.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) class of 2021 at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute has, once again, exceeded the IB world average and scored impressive results.
Four Upper Grand District School Board students have been awarded scholarships from the Guelph Community Foundation.
Secondary student report cards are now available online. Secondary report cards will be available for parents/guardians to download from July 5 to 16, 2021.
Parents/guardians are invited to a special event this summer focused on supporting their children. “The Struggle to Juggle: Supporting our children during difficult times” will be held virtually on August 18, 2021, at 6:30pm.
Information for staff, students and families regarding unmarked graves at former residential school in Saskatchewan
For students and families requiring support, school and board staff are available, including the board’s Indigenous Social Worker. Staff are encouraged to reach out to the board’s Employee & Family Assistance Program, which provides a wide range of services and resources.
A letter from Upper Grand District School Board Director of Education, Martha Rogers, as the 2020-21 school year winds down.
Spotlight on schools
A grade 6 student at Westminster Woods Public School was recently selected as this year’s winner of the Ontario-wide Patroller of the Year Award.