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School board conducting voluntary survey to help support the diverse needs of UGDSB families

For Immediate Release
February 13, 2019


GUELPH, Ontario – This winter, the Upper Grand District School Board is conducting a system-wide survey, to help the board understand the demographic makeup, diversity and ongoing needs of our student population.

The sole purpose of this survey is to help the board gain a better understanding of the students and families in its communities, so it can program effectively and provide the right supports for every student to achieve their full potential.

The online survey is voluntary and anonymous. It is open to all UGDSB staff, parents/guardians of students under Grade 4, and students in Grades 4-12+.

The survey will be open from February 25 to March 29, 2019, at www.ugdsb.ca/diversity-data.

The board is encouraging staff, students and parents to complete the survey so that their voices are heard and they are well represented in the board.

 

About the Upper Grand District School Board

The Upper Grand District School Board serves more than 35,000 students through 65 elementary schools and 11 secondary schools in the City of Guelph, County of Wellington and County of Dufferin. The UGDSB covers the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Six Nations of the Grand River, and Saugeen Ojibway Nation Territories. Student success is the goal of over 3,000 dedicated teaching and support staff who are aided by the contributions of caring volunteers and community partners.

Learn, Lead, Inspire…Together

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Media contact:
Heather Loney, Communications and Community Engagement Officer
Upper Grand District School Board
519-822-4420 ext.725
heather.loney@ugdsb.on.ca

Megan Sicoli, Administrative Officer, Communications
Upper Grand District School Board
519-822-4420 ext.764
megan.sicoli@ugdsb.on.ca

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