We will be having a Dress Up Day the afternoon of Thursday, October 31st!
Please note there are options for your child on this day
– wear orange and black
– dress in a costume
– wear everyday clothes
We want to remind you that we have surveillance cameras on the school premises. These cameras act as deterrents to those thinking about damaging our school property as well as evidence in case we need to investigate any issues. You will notice there are stickers on our school …
Remembrance Day Assembly
Monday, November 11th at 11:10 a.m.
Looking for Veteran Photos for our Tribute Video
Please submit to Mrs. Reddick by October 25th. Include Name and Title of Person
in the picture as well as the name of student …
MEETING Central Public School Council
DATE Thursday, September 19, 2019
LOCATION School Library
Approval of Agenda
Approval of Previous Meeting Minutes
Overview of School Council Roles & 2019/2020 Elections
End of Year BBQ: Overview
September 25, …
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EVERYONE TO PROTECT STUDENTS’ PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
All parents, guardian, and visitors to the school are reminded that the privacy of all our students must be maintained at all times. We are ultimately responsible for the safety and security of our students and the security and confidentiality of our …
We take all incidents of bullying seriously. If your child is the victim of bullying or sees bullying behaviour at school, please encourage him/her to speak with someone at school or use our board’s …
Message from the Human Resources Department
Re: School Organizations
Schools have built class lists based on their tentative organizations. Changes may be necessary at your child(ren)’s school in order that our Board remain compliant with Ministry parameters (see below). Any changes would be implemented by Monday, September 16th. Principals …
Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions
UGDSB Policy 518: Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions, outlines the roles and responsibilities for all in the educational community to support students with possible life-threatening medical conditions. The prevalent medical conditions covered under this policy are Asthma, Anaphylaxis, Diabetes and Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders. If your child has one of …
Information from Public Health
Children that eat well, learn well. A variety of food provides the energy and nutrients needed to pay attention, learn, grow and be active! Try to include at least one food item from each of these 4 …
Let’s celebrate and/or acknowledge customs, traditions and days of significance from all around the world!
If you have a suggestion or idea, please contact your child’s teacher or Mrs. McMillan.
Days of Significance
Al-Hirja New year
Welcome back to school! September 3, 2019
City of Guelph Bylaw Officers continue to see challenges around some schools.
We would like to remind all new and returning parents on the rules about parking to make the back-to-school experience safe and easy for everyone.
If you need to drive, one way to ensure that your children make …
Reminder for parents/guardians: Accidents happen – be prepared with Student Accident Insurance
Parents/guardians are responsible for expenses related to student injuries on and off school premises during school activities. Accidents can and do happen and the costs involved might not be fully covered by Provincial Health Care or employer group insurance plans.
The Upper Grand District …