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Posted Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Mary PoppinsSt. Mary Grade 11 and 12 Musical Theatre classes present Mary Poppins! Shows: Thursday November 23rd @ 7pmFriday November 24th @ 7pmSaturday November 25th @ 2 pmTickets are $7 for Students and $10 for Adults, and will be on sale in early November. Directed and Choreography by Ms. C. Freeman, Produced by Ms. C. McDavid, Vocal Direction by Mrs. J. Yukich, and Technical Direction by Mr. T. Small. Please contact Ms. C. McDavid (x56016) or Ms. C. Freeman (x40371) for more information....
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Posted Thursday, November 02, 2017

Two male adults with math items on a tableParents and guardians are invited to come and learn to love Math at the Durham Catholic Parent Involvement Committee's (DCPIC) Math Café. This hands-on workshop will allow parents to learn some tried and tested strategies that they can use to support their children's mathematical progress at home.
The focus of the workshop is on elementary math concepts, but DCDSB's Mathematics Consultants, Michael Jacob and Dan Allen will branch out into some secondary concepts as...

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Posted Wednesday, November 01, 2017

The latest issue of DCDSB's  Celebrating Student Success newsletter is now available.
This issue features articles on:
Year of Service – Students at Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School are Called to Serve;
Durham Youth Drug Awareness Committee (DYDAC) hosts 3 rd Annual Student Conference;
Centre for Success Students discover Enniskillen’s Outdoor Education Centre;
Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School Students take a SHSM...

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Posted Monday, October 30, 2017

The latest issue of the Durham Catholic Parent Involvement Committee's newsletter is now available. This issue includes articles on:
Chair's message;
Math Tips;
Mental Health Benefits of Physical Activity; and
Upcoming Events.
To learn more about the committee or how to register for upcoming events, visit dcpic.ca
Click the link above or attachement below to read the newsletter.

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Posted Friday, October 27, 2017

female adult wearing a hard hat and construction clothingThinking about your future pathway options?
Female students in Grades 7-10 and their parents/guardians are invited to learn more about the opportunities in the skilled trades and the apprenticeship pathway.
Keynote speaker, Jamie McMillan is ann Ironworker and Tradeswomen advocate who will share her career journey over dinner.
Space is limited, so please register at  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lets-talk-trades-tickets-38408097654?aff=ehomecard
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