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Posted Friday, February 14, 2020

A group of students with their male teacher holding a gold record awardCongratulations to St. Joseph Catholic School, in Oshawa and All Saints Catholic Secondary School for their second and third place finishes in the CBC’s 2019 Music Class Challenge. The schools were recently honoured with their Gold Record Awards for their achievements in the nationwide music challenge.
Thank you for our dedicated teachers – Mr. Parker from St. Joseph Catholic School and Mr. Paglia, Mr. Mahoney, Mr. Chan and Ms. Dumpit from All Saints Catholic Secondary...

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Posted Monday, February 10, 2020

Our Durham Catholic schools are committed to engaging with our communities by delivering timely, effective and open communication with the most appropriate tools and technology available. The selection committee is accepting nominations for the Rev. John Markle Home-School Communication Award from parents, guardians and students who believe their school has done an outstanding job in communicating with students and families over the 2019-2020 school year. One elementary and...
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Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020

February’s issue of DCDSB’s  Celebrating Student Success newsletter  is now available. This issue features articles on:
Experiential Learning  – Celebrating Black History Month;
St. Mary Catholic Secondary School’s Green Industries Students are Growing Year-Round Gardens;
Students talk about Mental Health on Bell Let’s Talk Day;
Expanding Pathways  – Elementary Students...

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Posted Tuesday, February 04, 2020

February's issue of the Senate Star newsletter is now available,  click here to read .
Durham Catholic District School Board's Student Senators created the newsletter in order to update secondary schools' communities on student events and accomplishments.

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Posted Thursday, January 30, 2020

The Durham Catholic District School Board's Student Senate is conducting a survey to obtain students’ feedback on the new examination schedule (Monday-period 1 examinations, Tuesday- instructional day, Wednesday- period 2 examinations, Thursday- instructional day, Friday- period 3 examinations, Monday- period 4 examinations). The survey consists of five (5) short questions. Click here to complete the survey .
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