Integrated Arts Program Information Night

The Integrated Arts Program (IAP) at Eastwood Collegiate Institute offers students with an interest in performing, visual and media arts an enhanced program. The IAP provides students opportunities to explore, experience, or study aspects of careers in the arts through extra-curricular activities, paraprofessional assistance, and field trips.  Students enrolled in the program must be strongly committed […]

Weekly Update – November 24

Dear families, With the cold weather upon us, students are reminded to bring a pair of indoor shoes to keep their class clean and tidy. Please label all mittens, hats, jackets, and snow pants. I invite you to visit our Twitter account (@jstwrdsb) to see the great learning and events happening at Jean Steckle Public […]

Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement

We’re looking for some help. We need your ideas, whether you are a student, a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a bank clerk or a bus driver. We want to hear from everyone. And it’s an important job.

We want you to help us define in a single statement what the Waterloo Region District School Board is all about.






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Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement

We’re looking for some help. We need your ideas, whether you are a student, a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a bank clerk or a bus driver. We want to hear from everyone. And it’s an important job.

We want you to help us define in a single statement what the Waterloo Region District School Board is all about.






Read more about Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement »

Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement

We’re looking for some help. We need your ideas, whether you are a student, a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a bank clerk or a bus driver. We want to hear from everyone. And it’s an important job.

We want you to help us define in a single statement what the Waterloo Region District School Board is all about.






Read more about Have your say: vote on WRDSB purpose statement »

Changes to WiFi access: go WRDSB Secure to maintain access

On January 3, 2017, WRDSB is introducing changes to the filtering of internet content on our password-free wireless network, WRDSB Wireless. These changes mean that if you continue to connect using WRDSB Wireless you will no longer be able to access some popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Vimeo. You can continue to […]

Weekly Update – November 17, 2016

Dear families, Thank you to our families who are signing into the office when they visit the school. We are asking parents to only enter through the main entrance to help provide a safe environment for all members of the school community. Please log onto www.lunchlady.ca to place orders for hot lunches on Fridays. We […]

IB Program Information Nights are Coming

The International Baccalaureate Program offers students more flexibility in terms of pace, depth and breadth of study. Students earn credits through a curricular framework infused with internationalism and upon successful completion are granted the International Studies Honours Certificate or the International Baccalaureate Diploma (an internationally recognized curriculum program). An application package for this program is completed […]

Digital Citizen Summit is almost here

Less than two weeks to go – sign up today! Curious about how teachers use technology in class to engage students and how you can follow their learning online? Are you looking for more information on our Chromebook initiative? Wondering how to make sure your children are behaving safely online? Find out answers to these […]

Annual School Councils’ Report shows community engagement in our schools

The 2015-16 Annual School Councils’ Report was presented at the Committee of the Whole meeting on  Monday, November 14th. Every school council submits their own report to the Waterloo Region District School Board near the end of the school year. The report outlines their engagement with the needs and desires of their own school community. […]