News & Announcements

Harriston School Crossing Information

Posted June 20, 2018

Please read the Harriston School Crossings Relocation Letter provided by the Town of Minto.

Staff Presentation of the Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report

Posted June 8, 2018

The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) will be presented at the Business Operations Committee meeting on June 12, 2018. Pin The meeting starts at 7 pm in the boardroom at the Guelph Board Office, 500 Victoria Road N, Guelph.

The final report has considered the feedback received during the second phase of public engagement conducted throughout

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June Updates and Reminders

Posted June 5, 2018

This Thursday is our annual Spring Fling.  Please come out and enjoy some fun and friendship with the Minto Clifford Public School Community.  The Spring Fling is our final Parent Council fundraiser for the school year.  If you have baked goods for our bake table please bring them to the school on Thursday.

Our Visitor Parking has moved.  We have relocated 5 visitor parking spots to

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June Newsletter

Posted June 1, 2018

Please enjoy our June 2018 newsletter.  This will be the last newsletter for this school year.

From Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health

Posted May 30, 2018



WDG Public Health is pleased to provide elementary schools with up-to-date information on health topics for their monthly newsletters and announcements to parents. Please find below an insert you can include in your school newsletter and/or announcements if you wish. If you have any questions please contact us at 1-800-265-7293 ext. 4111 or email



Information from Public Health


On Saturday, June 16th, the Balanced Technology

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Ideas for your family to celebrate World Environment Day!

Posted May 24, 2018


Create an event for family, friends and neighbours -There is no end of ideas that you could take forward for World Environment Day. Surprise yourself! Think about ideas that we can do to help the planet like fixing a problem in your community.


Get out into nature – World Environment Day is all about appreciating the beautiful planet we inhabit. Why not spend a

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Math on the Go!

Posted May 24, 2018

Are you looking to help your child to develop his or her math skills at home in a meaningful and engaging way, while spending quality family time together?  Why not try some card games!  Playing a card game can take as little as 5-10 minutes.  Next time you find yourself trying to entertain your child while waiting at the dentist office or at a sports

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Talking About Mental Health- Successfully Shifting from School to Summer

Posted May 24, 2018

The weather is getting warmer, days are getting longer and summer is just around the corner. It is an exciting time of the year but it can also be a struggle. There is often an increasing restlessness, distractability and anticipation as the end of the school year approaches.  School is wrapping up and it is time to think about how to have a good transition

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#UGDSB French as a Second Language Advisory Committee (FSLAC).

Posted May 22, 2018

As a parent, are you looking to get involved at a system level? Are you interested in fostering excellence & growth in our FSL programs? Consider applying to serve as a member on the #UGDSB French as a Second Language Advisory Committee (FSLAC).

Volunteers for September 2018

Posted May 15, 2018

Thank you to all who contributed to the Food & Friends student nutrition program this school year. We are lucky to have provided a morning snack to all our students. We are always looking for new volunteers for the program.  Please contact Stacey Jennings if you are interested in ensuring kids at Minto-Clifford hunger for knowledge not for food.
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