Reviewing Our Library Collections

We are committed to preparing our students for success in the world in which they will live and work. With this in mind, we must ensure that the learning and development of our students are guided and supported by up-to-date and relevant resources and supports. This includes the books that are available to them at […]

In Conversation with Students: An Interview with the Director of Education

For Amelia and Vivian, two Grade 6 students from Empire Public School in Waterloo, it was an opportunity to ask the Director of Education their burning questions. For the Director of Education jeewan chanicka, it was an opportunity to hear directly from Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) students, about what matters to them. This […]

An Attitude of Gratitude | Caring/Coping/Connecting

The newest edition of Caring/Coping/Connecting focuses on how we can all feel grateful by focusing on the positives in our lives, no matter how small they may seem. Research shows us that feeling grateful and expressing gratitude makes us happier, healthier, and more able to tolerate stress and tough situations. In other words, it increases […]

WRDSB flags at half-mast for the Late Honourable William G. Davis

The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) Education Centre and school buildings will join other Ontario government establishments in flying the Canadian flag at half-mast on Thursday, November 4, 2021 for the memorial service of the Late Honourable William G. Davis, 18th Premier of Ontario, 1971 – 1985. William G. Davis passed away on August […]

Holocaust Education Week

The first week of November is Holocaust Education Week (HEW), as recognized by Jewish Community organisations across Canada. Recognizing Holocaust Education Week is part of the Waterloo Region District School Board’s (WRDSB) ongoing commitment to raising our collective consciousness and knowledge about the historical and contemporary experiences of systematically persecuted communities. From 1933-1945, the Nazi […]

November Lunch and Learn Sessions for Parents and Caregivers

As part of our ongoing efforts to support WRDSB parents, caregivers and families, our psychology staff are offering a number of lunch and learn sessions for WRDSB parents, caregivers and family members. These webinars, scheduled over the lunch hour on Wednesdays, aim to equip parents with useful tips and information to assist them in supporting […]

Treaties Recognition Week

The first week of November is Treaties Recognition Week as proclaimed by the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation (MIRR) in 2016. It honours the importance of treaties and helps Ontarians learn more about treaty rights, treaty relationships and their role as treaty people. First Nations’ process of treaty-making existed for thousands of years before […]

Celebrating Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day

Today, Thursday, October 21, we mark Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day. It’s a day for us to celebrate the dedication, passion and hard work of our Designated Early Childhood Educators (DECEs). Each and every day, these educators support the learning and development of thousands of students in the Waterloo Region District […]

Province Announces Free Menstrual Products in Schools

The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) was pleased with the announcement by Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, that the Ontario Government will distribute six million free menstrual products per year to school boards. Supporting Menstrual Equity in the WRDSB Since 2019, the WRDSB has addressed period poverty in every school in our system, beginning […]

Mark it Read for Dyslexia Awareness Month

The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) is inviting you to Mark it Read for Dyslexia Awareness Month. October 1st, 2021 marked the start of the 4th annual Dyslexia national awareness-raising campaign. This year’s theme, Empowering Voices, intends to inspire young people across Canada to be proud that they are #PoweredByDyslexia as well as to […]

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