Students Not Returning to In-Person Learning This School Year

Today, Premier Doug Ford announced that students across Ontario will not be returning to in-person learning this school year. We know how difficult the multiple shifts in learning modes have been for students and families and we know that the extended period of remote learning has had an impact on everyone in the community. We […]

Announcing the Indigenous, Equity, and Human Rights Department

The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) is proud to announce the launch of the Indigenous, Equity, and Human Rights (IEHR) Department. Within this department, there are three branches: Indigenous Education, Equity and Inclusion, and Human Rights. Indigenous, Equity, and Human Rights Department The Indigenous, Equity, and Human Rights Department (IEHR) engages with students, staff, […]

Looking for feedback on our 2020-30 Long-Term Accommodation Plan

The draft 2020-30 Long-Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) is now available. The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) Planning Team is looking for feedback on our Long-Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP). We want to know if we have addressed key issues facing your school community over the next 10 years. What is a Long-Term Accommodation Plan? The […]

Welcoming Three New Superintendents of Student Achievement and Well-Being

The WRDSB is very pleased to announce the appointments of our new Superintendents of Student Achievement and Well-Being effective July 1, 2021. These candidates bring strong equity leadership capacity grounded in social justice, anti-racism and anti-oppression, an ability to serve and support staff and school communities through productive working relationships, and a proven track record […]

Inspiring a Deeper Conversation for Pride Month

Since 2017, the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) has proudly raised the Pride flag on June 1 at every building across our school board as a symbol of recognition and support to the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, while also marking the beginning of Pride month. On Monday, May 31, flags were lowered at our sites out […]

National Indigenous History Month and Peoples Day

National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day offer important opportunities to recognize the cultural diversity and distinct contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples who have been silenced and ignored in the formation of what we now call Canada. We know that this work must extend beyond a day or a month. […]

Keeping Active in COVID-19 times

By Zac Gent – Zac is a local realtor, a parent of a Janet Metcalfe Public School student and a member of the Parent Involvement Committee. It goes without saying, these are hard times. The days, weeks, and months seem to drag on and the walls of our homes seem to be closing in. We […]

Phones and power down at the school

The phones and power are out at William G Davis. It should be back on at the end of the day. If you have an emergency please contact wgd@wrdsb.ca and someone will get back to you ASAP.  

Reminder: September 2021 – Making Your Decision

To view this message in other formats, such as simplified and translated text, or in English or translated audio, refer to Simplified and Translated Text and Audio Clips. Choose One for the Entire 2021/22 School Year Due Date: June 2, 2021 at 4:00 PM Learning At School (In-Person) for the Full Year You are done! […]

Get Vaccinated: Priority Access for Youth Aged 12 to 17

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