Kids in Guelph and Orangeville are spending the summer learning and having fun with friends, as Camp Lift Off celebrates its third year in the Upper Grand District School Board.
The Dufferin Wellington Special Needs Strategy has provided an update regarding a provincial initiative to improve delivering services to children and youth with special needs and their families.
Are you looking for a way to give back to your community? The City of Guelph is currently accepting applications for spare adult school crossing guard positions.
Summer vacation is a great time for students to unwind and start preparing for the year ahead, but it is also a great time to get out into the community and participate in fun activities.
July 5 is National Injury Prevention Day. To help promote the day, some Canadian municipalities are pledging their support by lighting up landmarks with the colour green
On June 30, the Honourable Liz Sandals, MPP for Guelph, visited Action Read in Guelph to announce funding for literacy and basic skills organizations in Guelph, Wellington and Dufferin Counties.
The Upper Grand District School Board has passed a balanced and compliant 2017-18 school year budget.
Students at Victory Public School have decided to embrace the spirit of giving by donating to charitable organizations.
Three teachers have been honoured for their dedication to supporting deaf and hard of hearing students in the Upper Grand District School Board.
The June meeting of the Upper Grand District School Board was held on June 27, 2017. The following provides highlights from the meeting.
John McCrae Public School hosted a Fun Day for students on June 27 at the school. The day saw students gather for fun activities to help count down to the end of the school year.
Spencer Avenue Elementary School’s grade 7/8 class has won an award for Best Film for their submission to the Water Docs@School Action Project.