Do you enjoy reading for pleasure? Earlier this year, the Terry James Resource Centre (TJRC) launched the STARS/EPALA (Students Taking Action Reading Solo / Élèves prennent action en lecteur autonome) program. Learn more about this exciting program.
On March 1, Laurelwoods Elementary School students were left inspired after nine-year-old, local author Amaya James visited to read her book ‘Afro, No!’
On Monday, January 16, beloved local author Robert Munsch visited Westwood Public School for a surprise reading of some of his most famous work.
The Upper Grand District School Board is pleased to announce a new three-part program to support students in elementary and secondary schools.
What started as a passion project for two students in the UGDSB’s ERP has quickly turned into an incredible opportunity.
Hyland Heights Elementary School students were inspired to write their own stories and share them with others.
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.
The Upper Grand District School Board is offering summer programming to students. Registration is now open for the Grade 6, 7, 8 Literacy and Numeracy Support Programs and the Grade 8 Reach Ahead Credits.
The February meeting of the Upper Grand District School Board was held on February 23, 2021. The following provides highlights from the meeting.