September 26 to September 30 is Truth and Reconciliation Week. UGDSB staff have created numerous resources and opportunities to support staff and student learning.
As municipal elections quickly approach, now is the opportunity to get to know what each school board trustee candidate is running on before election day on October 24.
Former John F. Ross CVI student, Alexandra Elmslie, created the online database Wellness 4 All to provide mental health resources for students with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD).
Parents/caregivers with child/ren attending an Upper Grand District School Board school located in North Wellington are invited to join the North Wellington Hub. The next Hub meeting is October 12, 2022, at 7pm.
The “UGDSB Counts Student Census” launches today for all Upper Grand District School Board students in grades Kindergarten-12. Participation in the Student Census will help the UGDSB make systemic changes that will create more equitable outcomes for all students.
Returning to school in the fall can result in mixed emotions including excitement, anticipation, nervousness, and worry. As we work to build and strengthen wellness skills, we are essentially building a strong foundation, a toolbox of strategies, to help your child/ren as they move through this school year in their own, unique and individual way.
A variety of new general interest courses are available to enroll in through the Upper Grand District School Board’s Continuing Education program.
The UGDSB recognizes that September 9 is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) Day all around the world.
DREAM Dufferin in partnership with the Upper Grand District School Board is putting on a free interactive trades event to showcase the multitude of options in a trades career path.
Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute’s (GCVI) SHSM electric car was on display at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE).
Spotlight on schools
The students and staff of the UGDSB have returned for the 2022-2023 school year.