On August 12, four-time Paralympic Champion, Patrick Anderson visited Centre Wellington District High School to film an inspirational and instructional video about wheelchair basketball.
Did you know there are great pathways for students starting in high school that lead to awesome careers in the skilled trades?
On June 20, students at Spencer Avenue Elementary School in Orangeville had the one of a kind opportunity to learn about robotics.
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 and staff at Montgomery Village Public School visited Chartwell Montgomery Village Retirement Residence on May 30 to celebrate the annual GrandPals Gala.
CDDHS grade 11 students in Ms. Murray’s parenting class had a unique learning experience on May 24 when they were given the opportunity to spend the morning teaching the kindergarten students at Glenbrook Elementary School.
Science buddies at F.A. Hamilton Public School are learning about soil health and conservation through a cheeky project from the Soil Conservation Council of Canada.
Students at Rockwood Centennial Public School have proven themselves to be promising young entrepreneurs, following a project that had them start and pitch their own small businesses.
Students at Aberfoyle Public School in all grades have spent the last eight months participating in inquiry projects about human and environmental rights.
Secondary students with the Upper Grand District School Board have been busy since February participating in Skills Canada challenges with the goal of advancing to the Provincial Skills competition.