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Westminster Woods Public School

Information Bulletin from City of Guelph

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New Adult Crossing Guard at intersection of Hall Avenue at Goodwin Drive

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Busing information from STWDSTS

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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

It's all about 'dem books, 'bout dem books, no kidding!

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Stack of booksIt's that time of year!! All library books are due back. Please scour your house for any outstanding books. We will do the same here. If you have any questions or want to contact Ms. Furnival regarding a book that is due back, please send her an e-mail: 

Ryan's Law - Ensuring Asthma Friendly Schools

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have you heardMay 20, 2015

As you may be aware, the Ontario Legislature recently passed Ryan’s Law, 2015. This piece of legislation is an important step to support the well-being of students with asthma in Ontario schools.

Over the course of the next school year, the Upper Grand DSB will be working to implement the requirements of this legislation.

If your child has asthma, we ask that you immediately contact the main office at your school to provide information about your child’s asthma medication. With your permission, your child will be allowed to carry their asthma medication.

The Ministry of Education website has resources on asthma that can be found at:

As a best practice and to support your child, please let the school know if your child has a medical condition so that the school is aware and can keep this information on file.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We need your help!

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GlobeThe Greater Guelph Nepalese Community, also known as GGNC, has launched a fundraising campaign to help earthquake victims in Nepal.

Please support the Nepalese community and donate today!  

Westminster Woods is collecting donations of toonies on "Toonie Tuesdays", starting May 12, 2015.

You can also donate through the GGNC website:

For more information, please call:  519-265-4508 or email


We need your help! Click here for more information.

You’re Invited!

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“A Gazillion is not a Number”

Come and have fun while learning some cool Math tools for your children!

Date: Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Where: King George Public School – 72 Lemon Street, Guelph

Please join the UGDSB Parent Involvement Committee for an evening of fun and learning with special guest speaker: Dr. Lynda Colgan, Queen’s University Associate Professor Faculty of Education.

Please RSVP as soon as you can to to ensure we have enough Math Swag Bags!

See you there!

Celebrate Earth Month - support our library!

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Stack of booksPlease donate gently used books for our Used Book Sale.

We would love your donations of recently released (in the past 15 years) books or classics for our book sale at the end of the month. We will have a table of adult bestsellers, too, so please do not hesitate to send in books that are for adults, too. Non-fiction books, such as cookbooks and books about animals or other interesting topics, are all welcome. Please send them in with your student(s) or leave a labelled box ("For the Used Book Sale") in the office.

Any questions? Would you like to volunteer to help out during the sale?
Please contact me:

Details about the Sale
Dates: Monday, April 27th - Thursday, April 30th
Times: During school hours and 8:30 - 9:00 (for parents, students and staff)
Where: Our library
Costs: All books will be $2.00 or $4.00

Thank you so much for your support!!

Ms. Furnival