Spotlight On Schools
The students of June Avenue Public School have received a warm and special thanks for their efforts in supporting local, affordable housing.
Two grade 10 students at College Heights Secondary School took on an extra art project and their efforts paid off.
Through student-designed store front displays, students in Ms. Barbour’s class set up “The Barbour Mall,” on May 18 to showcase their products.
Olsson is a 93-year-old Holocaust survivor who has devoted much of her life to talking to people about her experiences during the Holocaust.
Students at Aberfoyle Public School have spent the last several months developing solutions to issues that they care about as part of an innovative independent project.
A student from Centennial CVI has been recognized at a distinguished national mathematics contest.
Things are looking green at Credit Meadows Elementary School. On Wednesday May 9, the school held a special event – Going Green in the Meadows.
Mitchell Woods Public School has been hard at work preparing for their musical event, Seussical the Musical.
On May 4, four members for the Toronto Argonauts visited a number of Upper Grand District School Board Schools including, John Galt Public School, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute and Willow Road Public School for a celebration and autograph signing.
On April 30, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute welcomed fourteen students from Dawson City, Yukon. The students are visiting the school as part of an exchange with Guelph CVI.