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Information about remote learning, COVID-19 updates
The province has directed all schools to participate in remote learning following the April Break. For more information, please click here.
- Daily COVID-19 Screening: Click here to access the provincial screening tool
- COVID-19 Reporting: Cases in schools
- Asymptomatic Testing in Schools: Schedule/info for asymptomatic testing
- Parent Tech Help: https://sites.google.com/ugcloud.ca/parenthelp/
On Monday April 12, 2021, the provincial government announced that all Ontario schools would participate in remote learning following the April Break.
Death of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh
Our flag will be lowered from now until sunset on the day of the funeral and memorial service (to be determined) of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away on April 9, 2021....
The UGDSB has been notified by Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health that Public Health’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Nicola Mercer, will issue an Order, directing all schools within the WDG region to shift to remote learning effective Wednesday April 7, 2021.
Public Health has notified us that an individual in our school has tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, Public Health has directed one class to self-isolate, as part of its established infection prevention and control measures.
If you have questions, please visit the “For Schools” section of ...
April’s Umbrella Project theme is “Intrinsic Motivation.” For those who are unsure exactly what that means, intrinsic motivation is the act of doing something without an external reward.
Due to on-going COVID-19 restrictions around large gatherings and physical distancing, UGDSB elementary schools will not be able to hold traditional in-person graduation ceremonies this spring. This includes both indoor and outdoor ceremonies.
This year, Upper Grand DSB board and school staff groups have continued organizing and participating in book studies, focusing on furthering learning in anti-racism and anti-oppression. Here are some ideas for recommended reading in Indigenous education and knowledge.
The following new draft policy has been released for public consultation, and feedback from the public is welcome on the draft documents: Policy 519 – Indigenous Education (First Nations, Métis, Inuit).
Good evening Parents & Guardians,
We have had another good week here at Hyland Heights. Everyone looked ready for summer in their Hawaiian shirts and floral leis today.
Mr. Palmer’s class is raising awareness for causes important to them. Topics include epilepsy, adoption, the farmers protest in India, and ...
Grade 7 and 8 students have embarked on a class project to raise awareness for four causes they hold close to their hearts.
The Canadian Mental Health Association of Waterloo-Wellington has prepared resources for educational staff, students and families, which focus on acknowledging the losses experienced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while making space for gratitude and hope.