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Posted Friday, September 06, 2019

The Durham Catholic Parent Involvement Committee (DCPIC) is seeking nominations for Parent Representatives and three (3) Community Representatives on the committee beginning October 2019.  We are looking for strong supporters of Catholic Education who have:
Experience working with a local Catholic School Council;
An understanding of the importance of parent, family and community engagement gained through a professional or volunteer experience;
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Posted Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Group of male and female student discussion what they are grateful for.An important part of studying Religion is the course’s retreat component. This year, as part of the summer e-Learning Religion courses, students in Grades 11 and 12 participated in a half day retreat at Archbishop Anthony Meagher Catholic Education Centre.
Grade 11 World Religion students presented their research of various religions such as Hinduism, Jewism, Indigenous Spirituality and more. While the Grade 12 students broke out into working groups and completed a gratitude...

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Posted Monday, July 29, 2019

Male student standing with female student and two male students holding items created in technology classStudents starting Grade 9 in September took advantage of our summer Reach Ahead program during the month of July and earned a high school credit in Introduction to Business or Exploring Technologies – Robotics. 
Students at the Exploring Technologies class at Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School have learned how to build solar cars, built robots, work in AutoCAD and have created models using 3D printers as part of their course.
Grade 9 student Megan said, “The...

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Posted Thursday, July 25, 2019

Male and female students harvesting garlic in a farm fieldDurham Catholic students are working on their dual credit in “Propagation of Vegetables for Field and Urban Agriculture” at Durham College's Centre for Food this summer. Dual Credit courses are an opportunity for eligible students to earn a high school and college credit. Courses are taught by a high school teacher who delivers the secondary course curriculum, while a college instructor delivers the college curriculum. 
Students benefit from a Dual Credit...

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Posted Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Group of male and female students singing in an auditoriumNinety students have gathered this week for Musical Theatre C-AMP at All Saints Catholic Secondary School’s Regional Arts & Media Program. The camp is part of the summer learning programs offered by the board’s Archbishop Anthony Meagher Continuing Catholic Education Centre. 
Students are building their literacy skills, while developing their vocal and drama talents. The camp offers students an opportunity to see what an audition is like for those considering...

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