Notre Dame News
Change in next School Council Meeting Date
Due to a conflict with the board Volunteer Awards Ceremony the next ND School Council meeting has been rescheduled for Apr 20th.
21Clicks to Advancing Communications Survey
Committed to 21st Century Learning and advancing communications, the Durham Catholic District School Board is pleased to launch the 21Clicks survey. The survey will provide stakeholders with the opportunity to help shape the directions of the Board’s digital communication initiatives. Through this consultation process which includes students, parents, staff, Trustees and stakeholders we will establish a dynamic vision for a new website that will enhance communications across the system. The survey will take 7 to 10 minutes to complete and is open until April 21, 2015. Your thoughts are important to us and we want to hear from you. Click here to complete the survey.
DCDSB Graduation Rates Far Exceed Provincial Average in 2014
On April 1st 2015 the Ministry of Education released data regarding 2014 high school graduation rates where the Durham Catholic District School Board is shown to have graduation rates far exceeding the provincial average. Click here for more information.
Demystifying Youth Mental Health Mini-conference
Join us for the Durham Catholic Parent Involvement Committee’s Youth Mental Health Mini-Conference on Saturday, April 18 with keynote speaker Ann Douglas, author of "Parenting through the Storm". The conference will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at All Saints Catholic Secondary School, 3001 Country Lane, in Whitby. Childcare services will be provided. This event is free to attend. Advanced registration is required – visit https://dcpic-conference2015.eventbrite.ca
NEW! Safe Arrival: Student Absence Reporting System
Effective Feb 17th 2015, Notre Dame is moving to a new student absence reporting system called SAFE ARRIVAL. A package explaining the system with instructions was sent home with Semester 1 Report Cards on Feb 6th, 2015.
Click here for an electronic version of that package.
EQAO Strategic Plan Survey
The EQAO is developing a new Strategic Plan that will guide the agency’s efforts for the next five years. To help them understand how the agency’s work can be most valuable to you in the years ahead, they ask that everyone involved complete the following Web survey. EQAO Web Survey
2014-2015 School Year Info
Math Homework Help
Homework Help, the free online Math tutoring service for grade 7 to 10 students, is available Sunday to Thursdays from 5.30 to 9.30 pm, click here for information on how to register for this free service.
Click here for more information on bullying prevention strategies for parents and students.
You can also visit www.needhelpnow.ca for information on issues surrounding the web including cyberbullying.