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Posted Friday, October 30, 2020

Diamond Award winner for Oshawa Whitby Readers Choice Awards for Adult Education Congratulations to DCDSB's Archbishop Anthony Meagher Catholic Continuing Education Centre for winning the 2020 Diamond Awards for the Ajax/Pickering and Oshawa/Whitby Readers' Choice Awards for Best Adult Education. The Centre also won the Gold Award for Best Learning Centre from the Clarington voters.   If you are 18 years of age and older and looking to earn your high school diploma, upgrade your skills or want to enrol in our Adult Education Programs,...
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Posted Friday, October 30, 2020

We Walk the Path Together Next week (November 2-6, 2020) is Treaties Recognition Week, a time to observe and learn about treaties, treaty relationships and treaty rights that shape Ontario.  
Learn more in the latest issue of the Durham Catholic District School Board's (DCDSB)  Indigenous Education Newsletter – We Walk the Path Together . This issue features articles on: 
A Look at the New Grade 11 English: Understanding Contemporary Indigenous...

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Posted Monday, October 26, 2020

Dress Purple Day 2020Durham Catholic students, families and staff are invited to dress purple tomorrow (Tuesday, October 27, 2020) and share message that promote the prevention of child abuse and neglect.  Join us in letting our children, youth and families known that we are here to help by wearing purple tomorrow. Share your photos/video on twitter using hashtags #IDressPurpleBecause and DCDSBWellbeing.

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Posted Thursday, July 30, 2020

July 30, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians, 
I hope you are enjoying a peaceful summer, along with some fun activities with family during these warmer months.   
I wanted to connect with you about the most recent update on the province’s return to learning plan for September. Today the Minister of Education announced that in September 2020,  Ontario school boards will open...

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Posted Monday, June 29, 2020

Social Work Access Line
(905) 576-6150 ext. 21021  
Social Work Access Line
This service is open to any student or family of DCDSB who is in need of urgent social work support.  Students and families can call the Social Work Access Line and leave a voicemail with their contact information.  A Social Worker will call back to discuss the concern.  The Social Worker will use a ‘single session’ approach to assist the caller with...

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