The Syrup in the City Festival is coming back to John McCrae Public School on Saturday, March 24.
Staff, students, family and community members spent Thursday evening celebrating World Water Day and months of hard work by dedicated teachers and learners.
Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, as a symbolic “lights out” event. Since then, Earth Hour has become the world’s largest grassroots movement that takes action to protect the environment.
A grade 8 student at Sir Isaac Brock Public School in Guelph has been chosen to be a Page at the Ontario Legislative Assembly at Queen’s Park in Toronto.
Students at Westside Secondary School are learning Indigenous techniques and traditions, creating art in a weeklong series of workshops.
World Water Day is on Thursday and many schools in the Upper Grand District School Board are celebrating the day with school-based environmental initiatives.
A Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute student has been named a recipient of the prestigious Vimy Pilgrimage Award.
The Guelph Police Service is now accepting applications for its Youth In Policing Initiative. Applications are being accepted until Sunday April 22, 2018.
A grade 9 student from John F. Ross CVI has been named a finalist in the 2018 Speakers Idol competition.
March Break is just around the corner and there are many free activities available for students of all ages in your community.