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The staff at Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportations services will be planning new, efficient routes over the summer. Since transportation is not finalized until late August, information for individual students is not available by phone. Information will be available through the following means:

  • If your child is new to the Ontario school system, has been registered at a school prior to the end of June, and is eligible for transportation under our policies, transportation information will be mailed to your mailing address on August 24, 2015.
  • If you are new to the area, transportation cannot be arranged until your child is registered at a school, and may then take a further two weeks to be finalized. Note that elementary schools are closed over the summer until August 31, 2015. Please ask about transportation when registering your child.
  • If your child is an existing student, go to and login to this secure site with your child’s OEN number (located on report card), school name and house number. This will not be available until after August 24, 2015.

For more information about school bus transportation visit Beginning in August you can also follow on Twitter @STWDSTS

June Newsletter Now Online!

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Thank you for taking a few moments to read the June Newsletter. Highlights of this month's letter include school organization for 2015, a message about staff changes, a note from our new Vice Principal and a list of suggested school supplies for 2015.

May Newsletter Now Online!

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Happy Spring everyone! Please take a few moments to read over the May newsletter. There are a number of exciting events happening at SIB this month. We hope that you will be able to join us next week to help us celebrate Education Week! Family Math Night is on Wednesday from 6:00 till 8:00.

April Newsletter Now Posted!

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Please take a few minutes to read this months newsletter. It is filled with lots of important upcoming events. One of this months highlights is the invitation to parents to learn more about Collaborative and Proactive Solutions on Thursday, April 9th from 7:00 - 8:30 at John F. Ross in the E.L. Fox Theatre.

Looking for a way to give back to the community? Become a school crossing guard and help make Guelph safer for children

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The City of Guelph is looking to fill:

  • Two Crossing Guard positions at Edinburgh Road and Ironwood Road/Youngman Drive
  • One Crossing Guard position at Summerfield Drive and Colonial Drive
  • Three Spare Crossing Guard positions

Self-motivated, personable and able to communicate effectively, you will ensure elementary school children cross safely at designated school crossing locations in the City of Guelph. You are required to obey all established safety regulations and report any concerns. Committed and reliable, you will work approximately two hours per day; morning and afternoon shifts; Monday to Friday in various weather and traffic conditions. The rate of pay for crossing guards is $12.33 per hour. Employment will be subject to providing a satisfactory vulnerable sector police record check.

To apply contact
Tina (Christine) Vettor, Coordinator Adult Crossing Guard
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2040

The City of Guelph is an equal opportunity employer.

Cancellation - March 3, 2015

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Alert symbol - smallDue to inclement weather, the Program Committee meeting scheduled for March 3 at 7 p.m. at the Guelph Board Office has been cancelled.

March Newsletter is now posted!

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The March Newsletter is now posted online. Please take the time to read through it as it has lots of information. Thanks to all who have sold Elmira Poultry, a reminder that chicken sales are due back at the school on Monday, March 2nd.
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