A student from Centre Wellington District High School has been named the recipient of the 2022 Rotary Indigenous Youth Award.
The Upper Grand District School Board continues to celebrate National Indigenous History Month throughout the Month of June. June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day.
June is National Indigenous History Month, a month to continue learning and work in Indigenous Education and Reconciliation, and to learn about and celebrate the histories, cultures and futures of Indigenous Peoples.
Students at Fred A. Hamilton PS extended their appreciation to Indigenous educators and muralists, Michael ‘Cy’ Cywink and Gerry Ranger, after spending several days creating murals that would hang on the walls of their school for generations to come.
Red Dress Day is a National Day of Awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit People.
UGDSB and PIC host virtual parent event – ‘A Parent’s Role in Supporting Equity and Indigenous Education’
The Upper Grand District School Board and the Parent Involvement Committee present ‘A Parent’s Role in Supporting Equity and Indigenous Education’ – a virtual presentation.
November 8 is Indigenous Veterans Day. Most Canadians are not aware of the contributions made by Indigenous Warriors in those military campaigns, nor of the crucial role they played during the War of 1812 – the only war ever fought on Canadian soil.
The Upper Grand District School Board’s website was updated earlier this year with maps and links to the board’s Treaty Partner websites. Take the opportunity to visit these websites to learn more about the board’s Treaty Partners. The website also includes a map of Treaty Partners for UGDSB schools.
Students and staff at the Upper Grand District School Board will continue their Indigenous Education learning during Treaties Recognition Week.
September 30 marked the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. But in our system Truth must be told and Reconciliation must be worked for every day.