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Happy Canada Day!
Families, as summer break begins, please see the following document with tips and resources to support youth well-being all summer long. Have a wonderful summer! #hwdsbwehelp
On the #LastDayOfSchool we wish our students, staff, families and community a safe and happy summer!
Graduation is an incredible milestone - and the ultimate goal in K-12 education! Congrats to all of our HWDSB graduates, you made it. Be sure to share some memories with us! #greatgradsHWDSB
HWDSB Students Win Schulich Leader Scholarships http://owl.li/Rh0f30kGJXP
We are grateful for the school bus drivers who carry student safely to school each day! Awards celebrate school bus drivers who make a difference in the lives of students
Grades 7 and 8 students from Memorial City, Queen mary and Adelaide Hoodless were at McQuesten Urban Farm on June 20 for an experiential learning opportunity. Over seven weeks, students had an opportunity to learn the traditional teachings of hand drum, hand drum songs and the cultural significance of drums from several different cultures. Students had an opportunity to make either a cedar shaker rattle or a drum, each class also created a unique song and performed it at the call to drum. Call to Drum was supported through an experiential learning grant that had a positive impact on students. The teaching and learning of Indigenous culture and tradition was supported by the Aboriginal Health Centre and the Indigenous team at HWDSB.
Today we recognize #NationalIndigenousPeoplesDay and strive to foster positive relationships with Indigenous Peoples
#HumansOfHWDSB is reflective of our diverse community. Director Manny Figueiredo thanked editor Connie Sun and welcomed four inspiring story-tellers: Students Cameron Yousif & Sadie Manns, Educational Assistant Jessica Compton & Teacher Michelle Bellavia. Read their stories & more. Link in the bio!
On Father’s Day, we celebrate the special men in our lives.
This was the feeling in the air as HWDSB students and staff raised the rainbow flag at the Education Centre for Pride Month. Let’s make schools safe, welcoming and accepting places for our entire LGBTQI2S+ community!#HWDSBweallbelong





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