It is hard to remember that spring is on it’s way but we are into March now. Please remind your child to check the weather and dress appropriately once some warm weather/cold weather starts. During the month
Information from Public Health
In Ontario, the Immunization of School Pupils Act requires that all students attending school be fully immunized or have a valid exemption on file. Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) has recently mailed immunization notices to elementary students with incomplete vaccine records. To avoid suspension, please update your child’s immunization
Welcome to February, we have now completed the first half of this school year. Reports cards will be coming home on February 19. Please go over the report card with your child to review their strengths and next
February 7th is National Sweater Day!
Make the Earth better by wearing a sweater
Celebrate International Sweater Day on February 7th!
National Sweater Day is a fun way to learn about the importance of
saving energy and to inspire you to use less heat all
Ready to play outside
The recent cold mornings remind us that children must be prepared for the colder weather to come. Hats, mitts, boots, snow pants and warm coats are necessary for your child to be comfortable during outdoor play times. PLEASE label all outside clothing for
Inclement Weather Procedures
We are located in North Wellington where it snows! We are Division 3 Pink Card. At different times during the year, dense fog, icy roads, or snowy weather may result in the cancellation of school buses. The announcement will be broadcast over radio stations CKNX
Welcome Back! Happy New Year! I sincerely wish each and every family a safe, healthy and prosperous 2019! The beginning of a New Year gives us a chance to reflect on all we accomplished, goals we haven’t met
With the start of cold and flu season, we ask parents and guardians to be explicit in their voicemail messages about the reason for their child’s absence from school. It helps our school to track patterns of illness in a classroom or division. When high
Our school communities wouldn’t be what they are without exceptional staff, students, volunteers and community members. Now’s your chance to recognize that person who goes the extra mile to make the Upper Grand an amazing place to work and learn.