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Posted Thursday, February 14, 2019

Nominate your School for Outstanding Communications Nominations are being accepted for the Reverend John Markle Home-School Communications Award.
Is your school outstanding in Advancing Communications? Our Durham Catholic schools are committed to the Board’s strategic goal of Advancing Communications by delivering timely, effective and open communication with the most appropriate tools and technology available. A selection committee is accepting nominations from...

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Posted Wednesday, February 13, 2019

February's issue of DCDSB's Celebrating Student Success newsletter is now available. This issue highlights stories and achievements involving our elementary and secondary students.
Articles include:
Year of Joy - St. Mary Catholic Secondary School Students join GlobalMedic in Packing Family Emergency Kits for Syrian Families;
Mental Health and Wellness - Bell Let's Talk;
Experiential Learning - February is Black History Month;
Congratulations...

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Posted Thursday, January 17, 2019

Male adult talking to a group of adults in a libraryOn Tuesday, January 15, 2019, the Durham Catholic Parent Involvement Committee (DCPIC) hosted their second in a four-part series on Math Cafés for Parents. This session focused on Fractions – More than Pizza and Butterflies. Parents were provided with helpful tips on how to talk to their children about fractions, resources and games.
You can watch the session at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXiPaQSmbihUdruQS77OfFA to learn more about fractions and how you...

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Posted Wednesday, January 09, 2019

The Durham Catholic District School is accepting nominations for the 2019 Distinguished Catholic Alumni Award . The Award recognizes former students of the Durham Catholic District School Board who have achieved significant success in their chosen pathway. Through their pursuit of personal excellence, they have made a positive contribution to their communities and represent the image of the Catholic learner as described by the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations.
To...

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Posted Monday, January 07, 2019

Cartoon image of female and male superheros running with title saying You have the Power to Stop BullyingDear Parents and Guardians, 
Each year, the Durham Catholic District School Board celebrates National Pink Shirt Day as part of our Stand Up to Bullying activities during the last week of February. On February 27, 2019 every member of our Board is encouraged to wear something pink to show that we are all working together to prevent bullying in our schools, in our communities and online. Pink Shirt Day began in 2009 in Nova Scotia when two high school students...

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