To celebrate school volunteers and get our community thinking about the volunteers that influence their day, we are asking our community members to submit stories about UGDSB volunteers.
Learn more on the board website.
Throughout the week, students from all over the Upper Grand District School Board have been learning about First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) culture through traditional storytelling, hands-on workshops and much more.
The Upper Grand District School Board is hosting a series of events that aim to connect youth with meaningful employment after graduation.
Next week, Polaris Prize nominated musician Greg MacPherson will perform a unique and intimate concert to Upper Grand District School Board arts students.
A teacher from Credit Meadows Elementary School and a grade 7/8 class from Spencer Avenue Elementary School have been recognized for their commitment to the environment.
Two Upper Grand District School Board teachers were selected to receive Ontario Council of Technology Educators (OCTE) awards.
Students from Erin DHS share their experiences of a recent visit to the school by teachers from France, learning about the differences in education between Canada and the European nation.
Students in Mrs. Gray’s Grade 7/8 class at Spencer Avenue Elementary School have won a Youth Environmental Sustainability Award. This class was nominated for the award while working on their Water Docs Action Research Project.