The UGDSB will be hosting information evenings to share information about our online registration process, the Kindergarten Program, and our Before and After School Programs for both English and French Immersion JK and as well as new SK students. Parents
Information from Public Health
We’re talking about weed – new cannabis information campaign launched!
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has launched a cannabis information campaign to provide youth and adults with information about the health effects of cannabis use, ways to reduce health risks, and links
Nature and Mental Health
Fall is here and so is that pre-winter chill! Getting outside makes such a difference to how we all are doing inside. Spending time in nature improves our mental health and well-being. Being outdoors is a simple way to add some much needed down time from screens.
Don’t buy, give. “No one has ever become poor by giving”, Anne Frank
Celebrate Buy Nothing Day on November 23rd!
Buy Nothing Day is an awareness day highlighting society’s habit of buying too many things. It is a day for society to
Over the summer, 11 video cameras were installed here at Glenbrook. These cameras are now active.
From the UGDSB policy statement: "Video surveillance can promote a secure environment while upholding the essential and legislated rights of privacy of individuals. Video surveillance is only one
Glenbrook Elementary School Comfort Closet
What is it?
Today we are launching a new project to help our school community and we need your help. Glenbrook, as a school, is filled with incredible families with various needs. Our goal, as a community,
FCC Drive Away Hunger Food Drive. Pick up will be at Glenbrook on Oct 10th. Below are the items that they are in the most need of (but obviously will take whatever people are willing to donate). Thank you ahead of time for your donations!
Dear parents and guardians,
The Upper Grand District School Board has been testing for lead in school drinking water since 2007. New provincial testing requirements came into effect July 2017, which increase the amount of sampling that is required. The Ontario drinking water quality standard for lead is 10 micrograms per
Our breakfast club gives a warm welcome, providing nutrition and smiles for our students, to prepare them for the day ahead. Breakfast Clubs of Canada reports that offering a balanced meal in a safe and healthy environment improves attendance, increases knowledge of
OCT 3rd IS INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY!
A walk outdoors is good for our hearts and minds!
Participate in International Walk to School Day on October 3rd, 2018!
In October we celebrate “active travel” by encouraging students to walk or bike between home and
Learning about residential schools on Orange Shirt Day
September 30 is Orange Shirt Day, a day for people to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and to keep discussing openly all aspects of residential schools.
Orange Shirt Day originated in the