At the end of the day today one of our fire alarms was pulled accidently. Some students weren't able to access their coats before leaving and the weather was chilly! Students weren't able to re-enter the school until the Fire Department gave the all clear. Please contact Mrs Topping at
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 to local resources and support. This campaign features
Continue to support our chocolate bar sales! Our first round of prizes will go out Friday,October 5 for those students who have already returned money to the school or paid online. Our Early Bird draw will happen on Tuesday!
Westwood is acknowledging Orange Shirt Day today in recognition of the residential school program and in the spirit of truth and reconciliation.
If your child is a member of a First Nation, the Métis or the Inuit, then please consider having him or her self-identify. Self-identification helps in
A huge thank you to all our Westwood families and staff. The year is the 38th Terry Fox Walk and our school rose to the challenge that Terry left us. If you still have pledges, please submit them to the school. Stay tuned to find out how much
Information from Public Health - Lunchbox Essentials!
Are you getting back into the habit of packing school lunches? A balanced lunch includes a variety of foods to keep your child full and able to learn best. Try to include at least one
Smoke and Vape–Free School Environment
The Upper Grand DSB provides a smoke and vape-free environment for its students, staff and others while on school Board property and at school events. Under our policy, all forms of tobacco, and any processed form of tobacco that may be smoked, inhaled or chewed is
Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions
UGDSB Policy 518: Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions, outlines the roles and responsibilities for all in the educational community to support students with possible life-threatening medical conditions. The prevalent medical conditions covered under this policy are Asthma, Anaphylaxis, Diabetes and Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders. If your child has