Earlier this year, students in Lisa Enright Cornish’s junior/intermediate MID class looked at empathy and kindness.
Grade 6, 7 and 8 students in Jamie Skeoch’s class at Aberfoyle Public School have been working hard on kindness projects this year.
Students at Eramosa Public School have been busy spreading kindness to their peers this school year.
Guelph Lake Public School ran a one-day food drive campaign on December 15 and collected hundreds of kilograms of food for the Guelph Food Bank.
Every year, the Mitchell Woods Public School Student Council organizes a food and clothing drive for the West Willow Village Neighbourhood Group.
Students and staff at Salem Public School have been busy gathering items to send backpacks full of school supplies to students in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Grade 7 and 8 students in Stacey Manzerolle and Mardell Miller’s classrooms recently took part in an activity to thank the frontline workers who have been so dedicated to the Orangeville community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier this year, Credit Meadows Elementary School grade 7 student Jaylen decided to give back to the community by organizing a food drive with his father, Orangeville District Secondary School Teacher Koven Padayachee. Quickly this idea of a street-based food drive blossomed into something more.
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.
In a generous act of community, Headwaters Health Care Centre has made a reciprocal donation of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Upper Grand District School Board.