On May 24, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute hosted a Youth4Music Leadership Symposium. This symposium marked the first of its kind in Guelph and saw many Upper Grand District School Board students of all ages in attendance.
The staff and students at J.D. Hogarth Public School took some time to celebrate their school volunteers.
Kortright Hills Public Schools has joined a growing community dedicated to help Canadians understand the importance of pollinators.
This week James McQueen Public School celebrated Education Week by hosting a family event dedicated to math.
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.
Students from Aberfoyle Public School competed in the district Optimist International Oratorical Contest on April 12. The purpose of the contest is to inspire youth to motivate and inform others through public speaking.
The smell of syrup and pancakes filled the air of James McQueen Public School on April 8 as the school hosted their annual Bunny Breakfast.
On March 31, students and staff at Ross R. MacKay Public School welcomed Jael Richardson, author of The Stone Thrower.
Students at Taylor Evans Public School are working together to fill up hungry bellies.
Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute welcomed an important guest on March 29, the Stanley Cup. Guelph is lucky enough to be one of the stops on the Rogers Hometown Hockey tour.