A letter to UGDSB parents/guardians and students as the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close.
Please note that CCAT screening for grade 3 students in the fall of 2020 will be postponed until 2021.
The UGDSB is providing a number of supports for students and families throughout the summer of 2020, including mental health supports, supports for students with Autism and transition supports for students with complex special education needs or mental health needs.
The Integrated Youth Services Network is hosting a webinar on May 20 about Youth Mental Health in Guelph and Wellington.
This week is Education and Mental Health Week. During these unprecedented times, Education and Mental Health Week will focus on the well-being of students, staff and community members.
Upper Grand District School Board Student Trustees Amelia and Nathalie and the UGDSB Student Senate have been busy this month spreading messages of mental health positivity on their social media accounts.
The June meeting of the Upper Grand District School Board was held on June 25, 2019. The following provides highlights from the meeting.
Two UGDSB schools are being recognized for the work they did in raising awareness during this year’s Mental Health and Well-Being Week.
This May, the Upper Grand District School Board is highlighting the importance of mental wellness to education by celebrating Education Week and Child and Youth Mental Health Week together.
As part of Bell Let’s Talk Day, intermediate students at John Galt Public School were joined by athletes from the University of Guelph to have conversations about mental health and wellness.