No Name-Calling Week is January 20 – 24 this year. The week is organized by educators and students with the goal of ending name-calling and bullying in schools.
The Upper Grand District School Board has been making many changes when it comes to Accessible Education.
Students and staff at Wellington Heights Secondary School were one of the many schools in the Upper Grand District School Board that participated in Bullying Prevention and Awareness Week.
Students and staff at Centre Dufferin District High School are spending the week promoting Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week at the school.
Starting this month, we will be sharing monthly accessibility information and a monthly challenge on the board website.
Students at J.D. Hogarth Public School were visited by Patrick Anderson on October 22 to officially launch the Upper Grand District School Board’s Patrick Anderson Wheelchair Basketball program.
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.
William C. Winegard PS students record The Diversity Song: Honouring respect, acceptance and Dr. Winegard
Students at William C. Winegard Public School have written and recorded an original song celebrating diversity, unity and the late Dr. William Winegard.
Upper Grand District School Board students in grades 5-12 spent the day celebrating and learning at the Rainbow Leadership Summit on June 4.
Students and staff at Mono-Amaranth Public School are celebrating kindness through the school’s Kind Club.