This year, Guelph CVI’s Chamber Choir has dedicated much of their times to fundraising for Shriners Hospital for Children – Canada. The inspiration for their charitable efforts came from a very musical place.
From January to April of this year, students at three Upper Grand DSB elementary schools participated in a joint project that integrated the arts, social justice and experiential learning.
Students at Westside Secondary School are spreading music and joy throughout their community.
During the week of May 13, several Upper Grand District School Board Music groups travelled to Ottawa for the MusicFest Canada Nationals.
James McQueen Public School celebrated Earth Day this April by engaging in a unique art project.
On April 26, secondary students from a number of Upper Grand DSB schools came to Westside Secondary School for the third annual UGDSB Dufferin-Wellington Band Meet-Up.
On April 3, Canadian musician Coco Love Alcorn performed in Guelph with students from Rickson Ridge Public School and Mitchell Woods Public School.
Students at Elora Public School have been hard at work creating art pieces as part of the Green Legacy Program.
This is the 6th year in a row that the festival has taken place and growing success of the program has seen a dramatic increase in student participation.
On Wednesday April 3, students from Mitchell Woods Public School and Rickson Ridge Public School will rehearse and perform with Canadian singer/songwriter, Coco Love Alcorn.