Spotlight On Schools
Students in several UGDSB schools put their imagination to work by submitting their designs for a delicious doughnut contest.
Engagement was high and the questions were incredible at College Heights Secondary School’s All Candidates’ Debate. The school organized the debate ahead of the Ontario Provincial Election on June 2, 2022.
To celebrate Education Week, staff and students at Ken Danby PS used art to display their thoughts and feelings of the new books that have been brought into the school’s library learning commons.
Student at Westside Secondary School successfully earned a spot with the Canadian Junior Honour Ensemble.
Third and fourth grade students at Alma Public School wrote, produced and filmed their own movies to organize and host Alma Film Festival
A student from John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute is being recognized for her volunteer work.
Waverley Drive Public School is ensuring that all pieces of the pie are shared equally in more ways than one.
Every March, thousands of people join forces with Capes for Kids to make a big impact. The community includes clients and families, individual fundraisers, businesses, schools, and community partners who are committed to helping kids with disabilities.
Coats were spilling out the box at Fred A. Hamilton Public School’s coat drive last week.
What difference would it make in our schools and communities if we were kind to another for 30 days straight? That’s what students and staff at Hyland Heights Elementary School are looking to discover with their ‘30 Days of Kindness’ initiative.