Posted Wednesday, June 13, 2018

The latest issue of the Durham Catholic Parent Involvement Committee's (DCPIC) newsletter is available below. This issue features articles on:
A Message from the Chair of DCPIC;
Parent Tips to Support Math Learning Fun at Home;
Avoid the Summer Brain Drain - Register for a Summer Course or Camp; and
DCPIC - Call for Nominations.
For more information visit . Have a safe and restful summer!


Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Flyer promoting orientation program for newcomer to Canada We partner with SWIS Durham to offer the following orientation sessions for newcomers to Canada in late August 2018 at the following schools. See flyer below for more information. Register for this free program, by contacting your school or calling SWIS Durham Office at 905-686-2661 ext. 122.  

Posted Monday, June 11, 2018

Tips on how to beat the summer brain drain and keep children engaged in learning, while having fun are available at   Our board also offers a number of summer camps through Archbishop Anthony Meagher Catholic Continuing Education Centre. For questions about elementary summer programs or to register online (click on the links for each program) or call our Ajax Campus at (905) 683-7713.   Check...

Posted Tuesday, May 22, 2018

The Archbishop Anthony Meagher Catholic Continuing Education Centre provides a wide selection of summer courses for students and adults.  We are still accepting registrations for the following programs and courses:
Elementary Summer Programs (Non-Credit):
Summer Camps for Literacy and Numeracy  for students who have completed Grades 6, 7 and 8
Elementary International Languages
French - Kindergarten to Grade 3 Students
Head Start...


Posted Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Female adult speaking to a group of students in a libraryOn Friday, May 11, 2018 students and staff from Grades 4 to 8 at St. Jude, St. Joseph Oshawa, St. John Bosco and St. John Paul II Catholic Schools gathered at St. Bernard Catholic School for a Coding Symposium. Student representatives from each of the five schools spoke about what coding is … fun, challenging, creative, exciting, board-wide, problem solving and more. 
Guest speaker Catherine Gotovsky, a Grade 12 student from Thornhill, ON inspired students to:


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