The Upper Grand District School Board is collecting information from secondary students about French as a second language (FSL) instruction, both Core and French Immersion courses.
The success of the Upper Grand District School Board’s regional skills competition continues to surpass expectations, and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Students in Guelph will have the opportunity to learn about exciting career pathways they may not have considered pursuing before.
From Feb. 12-15, 48 UGDSB secondary students took part in a unique immersion experience in St Donat, Quebec.
The City of Guelph is currently looking for adult crossing guards. School crossing guards are employed by the municipality and are a vital part of our school communities.
Students at Victory Public School kicked off Valentine’s Day with a very special assembly. On Tuesday, Victory PS welcomed members of the anti-bullying organization, Kill it with Kindness.
Upper Grand DSB parents and guardians are invited to “Are you as social as your kids?” – A special workshop that aims to gets parents and their children on the same page when it comes to social media.
Kortright Hills Public School is holding a ME to WE week of action from February 13 to February 17. The theme of the week is “be inspired.”
The Digital Historian Project (DHP) has received recognition from the Ontario Ministry of Education as being an ‘exemplary model’ for experiential learning.
Students in classrooms and libraries across the Upper Grand DSB are making baby moccasins as part of a powerful project raising awareness of the inequities faced by indigenous children.
A student in the Upper Grand continues spread the word about the importance of school nutrition programs.
Four automotive students in the Upper Grand District School Board are about to start an exciting program that will put them a step ahead once they graduate high school.