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Posted Monday, January 13, 2020

The Distinguished Catholic Alumni 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 outlined in the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations.
Winners of the Distinguished Catholic Alumni Award 2020 will be recognized at the...

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Posted Thursday, January 09, 2020

Parents/guardians and students in Grades 9, 10, 11 or 12 who are thinking about attending post-secondary school are welcome to attend 
Keynote speaker: Marie McCarron, Regional Assessment and Resource Centre at 6:30 p.m.
Drop in to talk to representatives from the student accessibility centres of local colleges and universities, the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre, Learning Disabilities Association of Durham Region, and the Credit Counselling Society.
For...

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Posted Wednesday, January 08, 2020

January'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 Monday, January 06, 2020

Three female students behind a film industry camera learning about the trade.Happy New Year! January’s issue of Durham Catholic’s  Celebrating Student Success newsletter  is now available. This issue features articles on:
Experiential Learning  – St. Hedwig Catholic School Student Wins Mayor for a Day;
Teaching Fellow Students, the Importance of Cyber Security at St. Theresa Catholic School;
Grade 10 Drama Students in the Regional Arts & Media Program host Ted Talks;
Monsignor...

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Posted Tuesday, December 03, 2019

Female student standing with two male police officers and LCBO managerSt. John Bosco Catholic School was host to the DRPS’ fourth annual “Think of Me” bag campaign today. The Durham Regional Police Services's (DRPS) annual holiday bag received more than 40,000 student-decorated bags which will be going to local LCBO stores. 
Each school picked their favourite bag and the best ten bags—five from elementary and five from secondary schools—were chosen by DRPS and the LCBO for display at today’s...

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