We will be continuing with Remembrance Day ceremonies this year, but in a different format. Mr. Creighton will be speaking to the whole school over announcements and we will observe a minute of silence together. Teachers will then follow this with a program in their individual classrooms.
Parents who wish to donate are asked …
Please read the following for information on the UGDSB’s Police Presence in Schools virtual town hall and survey.
We will be holding Halloween festivities on October 29th this year, as the 30th is a PA Day.
Students are welcome to wear orange and black, their Halloween costume, or their regular clothes. If a costume is worn, it must be put on at home and worn all day. Unfortunately we cannot have costume …
To request a change between in-person and remote learning, elementary parents/guardians must complete the Intent to Change Survey between October 14-21. The deadline to complete the survey is Oct. 21 at 4pm.
This October, the Upper Grand District School Board is holding a town hall and survey, asking participants for their input regarding the presence of police in UGDSB schools.
Police presence in UGDSB schools
On Tuesday Oct. 20 from 6:30-7:30pm, the board will hold a virtual town hall where participants can provide their input regarding the presence of police in UGDSB schools. The board will be asking participants to provide their input on the role of police in UGDSB schools and the impact of …
Dear Community Members,
On behalf of our students and staff, I would like to thank you for your generous donations to the Terry Fox Foundation!
We were able to raise $325!
Thank you for your support with this!
At the Upper Grand District School Board, we value mentally healthy schools, classrooms and work sites. This year, in order to further help support the mental health and well-being of UGDSB students and staff, we are introducing The Umbrella Project to schools and offices.
We are facing a very serious and challenging situation when it comes to monitoring and assessing our children’s health. On one hand, we have a great deal of experience with kids who have allergies, get tummy aches for various reasons, and have runny noses and a host of other symptoms. On the other …
We held our first virtual school council meeting last night.
Mr Creighton shared:
Thank you to all families for the wonderful job you have done getting kids used to wearing masks, washing hands and social distancing. We have been very impressed with how good our students have been!
Parents have been very supportive of quick drop …
Our school will continue to participate in the Terry Fox run this year, although in a modified format. Our kindergarten students will participate during their phys-ed time on September 29th or 30th. Our grade 1-3 students will participate by running, in their cohort groups, on our school property. All teachers will be sharing …
Every Child Matters – Orange Shirt Day is Sept. 30 Orange Shirt Day is an annual event, held every year on Sept. 30, meant to educate and raise awareness about the residential school system and the impact it had on Indigenous communities for more than a century—an impact that continues today. We encourage staff …
The UGDSB would like to remind all parents that they have an important role to play in preventing COVID-19 in our schools.
Welcome back everyone!!! We will be holding the first school council meeting of the year, through a virtual Google Meet, on Tuesday, September 22nd at 6:30. A link for the meeting will be sent out on Tuesday.
Agenda items will include electing an executive (president, treasurer, secretary), receiving an update about the new school …
Thank you so much for your support in helping us get the school year off to a wonderful start!
Now that we are underway, just a reminder that once your child is dropped off in the morning, we ask that you promptly vacate the school property to ensure safe social distance practices for everyone. …
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health and the school board would like to remind all parents/guardians that they are to screen their children every day for COVID-19 symptoms, prior to coming to school.
Our second “first” day went just as smoothly as yesterday! The kids are clearly enjoying being back at school and have adapted to new routines, like wearing masks, hand cleaning, and social distancing very well!
It really is wonderful to be back.
Have a wonderful weekend!