The UGDSB’s SHSM program will be presenting a huge concert celebration in Guelph to celebrate Pride and Inclusion featuring world renowned band composer Randall Standridge.
On November 20 of every year, the Upper Grand District School Board, alongside the rest of our global community, honours the memory of transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.
The halls of Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute (CCVI) were alight with celebration as students and staff participated in its first cultural-themed dance for Diwali – the festival of lights.
Reflecting on all that was accomplished during Black Heritage, Black Brilliance, Black Futures Month.
During the month of February a variety of resources and supports centering Black histories, experiences and contributions are highlighted and celebration across all grades in the UGDSB.
The Upper Grand District School Board is committed to disrupting systemic racism and oppression in all of its forms. Through mandatory and voluntary professional development, access to resources and learning opportunities and guest speakers, we are committed to naming, addressing and disrupting Islamophobia and other acts of racism.
Diwali or Deepavali is the Hindu-originated festival of lights. Diwali is one of the major festivals celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and some Buddhists, along with many other groups across the globe.
The FOLD Kids Book Fest looks to introduce young readers to books by by authors from different cultures and communities.
Eighth grade students at Westminster Woods’ Public School are energetic about finding ways for all students to feel included and represented within their school with a new Library Advisory Committee.
Students in the Black Chapter student group at Centre Dufferin District High School recently released a video as part of Black Heritage, Black Brilliance and Black Futures month, the topic of this video – Hair Love.