The students at Alma Public School are playing basketball from a different perspective on the court.
Former John F. Ross CVI student, Alexandra Elmslie, created the online database Wellness 4 All to provide mental health resources for students with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD).
The UGDSB recognizes that September 9 is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) Day all around the world.
Elora Public School students campaign to recognize a hometown hero.
The UGDSB remains committed to working to exemplify and advance the four principles of accessibility: dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity. The UGDSB is advancing these principles by identifying, removing and preventing barriers for the 35,000+ students, 4,000+ staff and community members it serves in 65 elementary schools, 11 secondary schools and two remote learning programs.
Schools across the Upper Grand District School Board spent May 31-June 4 recognizing National Accessibility Week.
May 31 to June 4 is National Accessibility week, a week designated to continuing the important conversations about inclusivity and accessibility.
Earlier this month as part of National Accessibility Week, we invited classrooms to share their thoughts and solutions to the accessibility barriers that some people are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In honour of National Accessibility Week, we are inviting all UGDSB students to look at accessibility from a different lens and to participate in an accessibility challenge.
This month, we are challenging students and staff to create a closed captioned video.