Posted January 24, 2019
Inclement weather can happen at any time, including during exams. We want students and families to know what to expect if weather disrupts the January 25-31 exam schedule. If any WRDSB school bus is cancelled due to weather in any area of the region, ALL exams will move forward by one day. If a severe […]
Posted January 10, 2019
For students, anxiety can range from nervousness before a test, to significant struggles in academic, social, emotional, or day-to-day functioning. When families and schools work together to address the physical symptoms, worrying thoughts and avoidance associated with anxiety, we can teach students to face challenging and sometimes fearful situations with success and confidence. The Caregivers’ […]
Posted May 24, 2018
Welcome to the 2017-18 Family Survey. Take the Survey We would like to hear from you! Parents and guardians are important partners as we work to provide safe, caring and inclusive places for students to learn and succeed. The survey will remain open until June 28, 2018 at 4pm. Your answers will remain anonymous and […]
Posted January 30, 2018
Night School is held on Monday and Thursday evenings at Cameron Heights C.I. and Galt C.I. There are over 20 course options to choose from. Registration is now open. All current high school students should register with their school guidance. Please see your guidance office and make an appointment. For more details please visit the Night School […]
Posted January 9, 2018
Families of children entering Grade 1 in the fall of 2018 can register for French Immersion beginning January 10. Visit our French Immersion website to learn more or register your child.
Posted December 15, 2017
This fall, 97 secondary school students entered the HeForShe writing contest hosted in collaboration with the University of Waterloo. Participants were asked to consider how gender equity fits into a larger equity story, and explore where there are overlaps and connections between gender and race, ethnicity, age, ability, class, faith and/or sexuality. Through poetry, fiction […]
Posted September 7, 2017
WRDSB schools and youth are joining the University of Waterloo in supporting the UN Women’s HeForShe movement. Starting this fall, WRDSB and the University are inviting all students in Grades 9 to 12 to enter the University of Waterloo’s HeForShe Writing Contest. This contest is in its second year. HeForShe is a global effort to […]
Posted August 24, 2017
The thought of back to school can be a big adjustment for students, parents and caregivers. In order to help with the transition, our schools and staff prepare to ensure all students are welcomed back to a new school year and set-up for a successful year of learning.
To help you prepare for the first day of school, Waterloo Region District School Board is providing the following tips to help ease the transition back to school.
Posted August 21, 2017
Find out more about transportation, registration and newcomer assessment information.
Categories: Alerts · Board · Broadcast-Elementary · Broadcast-Secondary · School Year Information · Schools Tags: 2017-18 school year · registration · school year information · STSWR · Welcome Centre for Newcomers
Posted August 15, 2017
Since Junior Kindergarten students will not have an Ontario Education Number prior to September, Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR) Inc. will be sending a direct mail out to families of Junior Kindergarten students detailing busing information for September 2017.
Senior Kindergarten students will receive a mailed postcard with student login instructions to retrieve their information. Information will be mailed out during the week of August 14.
Families with students in Special Education programs will receive a letter home indicating busing information during the month of August.
Parents can login and view your child’s transportation details by going to www.stswr.ca and following these easy steps: