Over 150 students packed into the CWDHS drama room to listen to renowned polar bear scientist Dr. Andrew E. Derocher speak about climate change on Wednesday.
Highlights from the October meeting of the Upper Grand District School Board, held on October 27, 2015.
The Upper Grand District School Board would like to inform parents and guardians that due to the impact of province-wide job action, Elementary Progress Report Cards will not be going out as scheduled.
Students in the Upper Grand District School Board continue to exceed provincial standards in mathematics, new test results show.
As of Wed. Oct. 28, elementary teachers in Ontario, including Upper Grand District School Board, will withdraw from all voluntary extracurricular activities.
Students from John McCrae Public School gathered Friday at McCrae House in Guelph, to attend the unveiling of two new Remembrance Day themed coins.
Neil Orford, a teacher at Centre Dufferin District High School, has won a Government of Canada History Award for his project that marries history and math for students in the Upper Grand District School Board.
Centre Wellington District High School in Fergus is inviting students to attend a talk on climate change.
The City of Guelph will be placing a temporary crossing guard near King George Public School and John Galt Public School during city construction.
Much like the results of the federal election, student voters elected a Liberal majority government with the Conservatives forming the official opposition during Student Vote 2015.