What difference would it make in our schools and communities if we were kind to another for 30 days straight? That’s what students and staff at Hyland Heights Elementary School are looking to discover with their ‘30 Days of Kindness’ initiative.
Students at Brant Avenue Public School were moved to give back to community for Kindness Week.
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.
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.
During the month of June, the Upper Grand District School Board celebrated Pride Month as a school community.
Orangeville District Secondary School recently started an initiative that showcases the diverse students and staff at the school.
After the Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) group took a pause, group member Viktoria approached the group’s teacher-advisor about reviving the schools GSA classroom online.
Throughout the month of June, the Upper Grand District School Board will be celebrating Pride Month at the board and school levels and as a community.
Upon looking at the many festivals and holidays celebrated at this time of the year, Island Lake PS staff noticed they all have one thing in common, the theme of light.
Students and staff at Ross R MacKay Public School were busy this week creating messages of kindness to share in a mosaic at the end of Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week.