safeTALK training sessions for WRDSB parents & guardians

As one of our operational goals to support student & staff wellness, we are pleased to offer safeTALK training for parents/guardians of the WRDSB on #BellLetsTalk Day. What is safeTALK? safeTALK is a three-hour alertness workshop that prepares participants, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide alert helper. What are the goals […]

CORRECTION: French Immersion Information Sessions

Registration for Grade 1 French Immersion will begin on Monday, January 9, 2017 on the Waterloo Region District School Board website at www.wrdsb.ca/french.  Parents/guardians of children in senior kindergarten are invited to attend an information session to learn more about French programs in the WRDSB and the registration process for Grade 1 French Immersion.  Information sessions […]

French Immersion Information Sessions

Registration for Grade 1 French Immersion will begin on Thursday, January 9, 2017 on the Waterloo Region District School Board website at www.wrdsb.ca/french.  Parents/guardians of children in senior kindergarten are invited to attend an information session to learn more about French programs in the WRDSB and the registration process for Grade 1 French Immersion.  Information sessions […]

Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement

We’re looking for some help. We need your ideas, whether you are a student, a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a bank clerk or a bus driver. We want to hear from everyone. And it’s an important job.

We want you to help us define in a single statement what the Waterloo Region District School Board is all about.

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Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement

We’re looking for some help. We need your ideas, whether you are a student, a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a bank clerk or a bus driver. We want to hear from everyone. And it’s an important job.

We want you to help us define in a single statement what the Waterloo Region District School Board is all about.

Read more about Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement »

Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement

We’re looking for some help. We need your ideas, whether you are a student, a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a bank clerk or a bus driver. We want to hear from everyone. And it’s an important job.

We want you to help us define in a single statement what the Waterloo Region District School Board is all about.

Read more about Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement »

ART SHINE ART CLUB

ARTSHINE Art Club! ARTSHINE is coming to Saginaw Public School! In this session students will be exploring the following themes and mediums: Classic Art with a Modern Twist: Children will become familiar with the work of classic artists such as Edvard Munch, Andy Warhol and Vincent van Gogh. Children will channel their inner creativity to […]

Changes to WiFi access: go WRDSB Secure to maintain access

On January 3, 2017, WRDSB is introducing changes to the filtering of internet content on our password-free wireless network, WRDSB Wireless. These changes mean that if you continue to connect using WRDSB Wireless you will no longer be able to access some popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Vimeo. You can continue to […]

Digital Citizen Summit is almost here

Less than two weeks to go – sign up today! Curious about how teachers use technology in class to engage students and how you can follow their learning online? Are you looking for more information on our Chromebook initiative? Wondering how to make sure your children are behaving safely online? Find out answers to these […]

Annual School Councils’ Report shows community engagement in our schools

The 2015-16 Annual School Councils’ Report was presented at the Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday, November 14th. Every school council submits their own report to the Waterloo Region District School Board near the end of the school year. The report outlines their engagement with the needs and desires of their own school community. […]

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