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Posted On Wednesday, May 05, 2021

The Future City competition is offered worldwide on a yearly basis. This STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) based project is annually offered to students in Grades 6-8, and asks students to imagine how they can make the world a better place. Students must create a city that operates in the future, and that showcases solutions to potential issues. Past topics have included clean drinking water, public spaces, and green energy.
This year, the problem...

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Posted On Monday, May 03, 2021

During the first week of May, the Durham Catholic District School Board (DCDSB) celebrates Catholic Education Week , which recognizes the important contributions of Catholic education to our community, the province and Canada. May 3-7, 2021 is also nationally designated as Children’s Mental Health Week . In the DCDSB’s Year of Love, our theme for the combined week is Nurturing Hope; Cultivating Gratitude . This theme is a merging of the Catholic Education Week theme...
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Posted On Friday, April 30, 2021

Read the latest issue of the Student Success Newsletter . This month’s issue features stories on:    
Exploring Pathways : “Is It Ever Too Early to Start Planning?” Event; All Saints Catholic Secondary School Receives Vehicle Donation from Marigold Ford Lincoln and Lincoln Canada.
Experiential Learning : Reflection on a Cooperative Education Experience Job Task.
Student Voice : The Riveters at All Saints Catholic...

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Posted On Thursday, April 22, 2021

Congratulations to our 2020/2021 Distinguished Catholic Volunteer Award recipients. We love our volunteers! Thank you to the dedicated volunteers who contribute to the success of our schools and committees each and every day.
We are honoured to present this year's recipients below.  
Distinguished Catholic Volunteers for Ajax Schools:
Brad Levantis, Archbishop Denis O'Connor Catholic High School;
Heather McFadden, Notre Dame Catholic Secondary...

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Posted On Monday, April 19, 2021

In order to assist us in determining our projected enrolments for the coming year, parents are asked to inform the school as soon as possible if/when they know that their children will be leaving our school or not returning in the fall (this includes a move to the Durham Catholic Virtual Elementary School). A Student Transfer Request form can be requested from the school. This form will assist us in our planning and will allow us to assist you in registering your children at...
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