Betty Townshend – A Legacy of Roots and Wings at W.T. Townshend PS

Betty Townshend was known well by many of the students and staff who have called W.T. Townshend Public School in[…]

Volunteers Dig In at Two Cambridge Schools for Microforesting Effort

On the brisk morning of Saturday, November 6, undeterred by the cold temperatures, volunteers came together to plant 170 trees[…]

Laurentian VP Answers the Call of Duty as a Reservist

As we sit in November 2021, March 2020 and the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic feels so far away. Lockdowns[…]

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[…]

Under the Thursday Night Lights at Waterloo-Oxford

Current and former staff and students, along with community members came together at Waterloo-Oxford District Secondary School (WODSS) on Thursday,[…]

Students Share What Canada Means to Them

Lorna Hundt, chief executive officer of Great Canadian Holidays Inc., was determined to let this year’s winners of the My[…]

Farewell from Director John Bryant

Video: Farewell from Director John Bryant Dear WRDSB Families, As we near the finish of another school year unlike any[…]

Student’s Hair On The Line for Rainbow Railroad

Anna Wienburg, a Grade 12 student at Bluevale Collegiate Institute (BCI) in Waterloo, is putting her hair on the line[…]

Passion for STEM Earns Student Scholarship

Dina Orucevic, a Grade 12 student at Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School (KCI), wasn’t expecting to find anything out of[…]

Staff, Students and Community Members Recognized for Black Brilliance Work by Kitchener MPP

On Sunday, March 21, Laura Mae Lindo, MPP for Kitchener Centre, invited members of the community to come together virtually[…]

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