News & Announcements
Important information regarding distance learning, COVID-19 and more
Please click the links below for information on COVID-19, distance learning and supports for students and families:
- Information on learning at home, COVID-19 and the latest communications
- Tech support for parents and students
- Parent website: Supporting students in distance learning, special education needs
- Mental health resources
- Summer Supports for Students
Fall school reopening survey: All parents/guardians (K-12) and students in grades 7-12 are asked to complete an important survey on the fall restart. Survey deadline is July 10. Please click here for more.
Reports Cards will be mailed home by the end of this week. Marks can also be viewed by clicking on the following link ⇒MW Marks And Attendance
The Upper Grand District School Board is asking all parents/guardians (K-12) and students in grades 7-12 to complete a survey regarding the fall restart of school.
A letter to UGDSB parents/guardians and students as the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close.
If you would like to order a yearbook for 2019/2020 please click on the follow link http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/754697
Please click here for our CHSS pledge ⇒ ANTI RACISM and EQUALITY VIDEO
The Upper Grand District School Board is welcoming public input on draft Policy 303 – Naming of Schools and Board Facilities.
Please click on the following link to access information on available supports and resources ⇒ Digital Bulletin Board
Please click on the following link to access the report ⇒ CHSS School Council Annual Report 2019 20
Congratulations to College Heights student Aalpi G. This year's recipient of the Rotary Club of Guelph's Indigenous Youth Award!
In the June 2020 edition of Talking About Mental Health, we discuss tolerating uncertainty, supporting anxious kids, self care and compassion, and community connections.
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.
In recognition of student achievement, the UGDSB holds an annual celebratory event to recognize the recipients of the Student Success: Achieving by Believing Awards. The 2020 award recipients have been announced.
As we move into the summer months we want to encourage students to consider safe options to obtain your community hours.
- Students receiving their graduation signs!
Please find a video for students entering grade 9 at College Heights next year. Join us now for a virtual tour of the school and find out about all the exciting things that happen at College Heights! Click here to get started ⇒ VIDEO
As an educational community we have a responsibility to identify and describe racism and oppression and then work to dismantle it.
The school board is in the process of ensuring we have the most up-to-date contact information for parents and families. Please check your child’s UGCloud email account this week.
If your family is in need of an emergency food home delivery program or if you are looking for a volunteer opportunity go to: https://www.theseedguelph.ca/
In response to Covid-19, The SEED is rapidly scaling up an Emergency Food Home Delivery program to deliver …
Please see information below about anti-Black racism, Pride Month, and National Accessibility Month.
Letter from our Director and Chair of Trustees ⇒ Letter
Resources to support conversations and learning around anti-racism and anti-Black racism ⇒ Link
Pride Month Resources ⇒ Link
Accessibility Week and Challenge – The Accessibility Committee is inviting all classes from across the UGDSB to participate in our National Accessibility Week challenge. Interested? …
Information from the province regarding expanded testing for COVID-19 in Ontario.