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Board News
School's out for the summer! Enjoy your summer holidays. We'll see you in September.

Guelph community garden project grows kids’ knowledge

rows of tomatoes and onions in the community garden

A large garden plot on Upper Grand District School Board property in west side Guelph is beginning to yield a strong harvest of practical knowledge for a group of youth. Read the story in the Guelph Mercuryexternal site

School opening September 2014

The first day of school is Tuesday, September 2, 2014.

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Trustee Mark Bailey now 2nd VP for provincial trustee organization

Mark BaileyMark Bailey, chair of the Upper Grand District School Board is now second vice-president of the Ontario Public School Boards Association (OPSBA), the English public school board trustee organization for Ontario.
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Montgomery Village PS recognized by Learning for a Sustainable Future

Montgomery Village Public School (MVPS) in Orangeville has received an Honourble Mention for the 2014 Jack Layton Award for Youth Action in Sustainability. The non-profit charity Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) uses the award to recognize schools that have responded to community challenges with creativity, responsible citizenship and innovative action. To learn more about why MVPS was recognized, check out this interview with Grade 3/4 teacher Marc Mailhot (bottom half of the page, under "Learning to Love Worms").

Director's Annual Report 2013

2013 annual report coverThe Upper Grand District School Board's Annual Report for 2013 has been released. A focus of the report are the three goals of the current Strategic Plan: Student Achievement, Energizing Staff and Public Confidence. Director's Annual Report 2013 (PDF)

Highlights of the June 2014 board meeting

The Upper Grand District School Board held is Regular Monthly Meeting on June 24, 2014. The following are highlights of the meeting.

Upper Grand passes balanced 2014-15 budget

A balanced budget with an operating total of $351,129,761 was approved by the trustees of the Upper Grand District School Board on June 24, 2014.
[ Media Release

Mike Elrick Award goes to Greg Smith

Greg SmithThe 2014 recipient of the Mike Elrick Environmental Leadership Award is Greg Smith, a special education teacher at College Heights Secondary School.
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Former staff return to Kenilworth PS

 Former staff members of Kenilworth Public School

At the Kenilworth Public School Reunion on June 7, former and present staff and students gathered for mini golf, games, a barbecue and lots of catching up.  In the photo are former staff members (left to right) Martha Ghent, John Ellis, Lorna Elliott, Ruth Scott, Pauline Brown, Jean (McNabb) Smith, Lynn Morrison, Lorraine (Reid) Blackwood, Sharon Chambers, Aletha McArthur, and Bill Lindsay.  Photo by Helen Craigie.

Achieving by Believing - 2014

Award trophyEight students facing challenges, adversity and/or socio-economic issues and at risk of not graduating from high school were awarded Achieving by Believing awards presented at the Upper Grand Program Committee meeting on June 3, 2014. Here are this year's recipients.

Twenty-five EcoSchools and counting

Ontario EcoSchool logoTwenty-five Upper Grand elementary and secondary schools have been certified as EcoSchools for 2014.
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34 shade trees planted at King George PS

Winding path bordered by new tree plantings at King George Public School

The school yard at King George Public School in Guelph recently became a little shadier, as 39 parent and community volunteers planted 34 new shades trees up to 18-feet in height. Way to go King George! Visit the school's greening committee blog for more photos.