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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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Posted Thursday, June 25, 2020

Dear Grade 12 Graduates,
For many of you, today is your graduation day – a time to celebrate your success and achievements. Although, we cannot gather in person to celebrate, we want you to know that we are so proud of your accomplishments.
In honour of this special day, we are sharing the following congratulatory videos addressed to our graduating students from:
the Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce (Note: this video is located on Facebook); and
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Posted Wednesday, June 24, 2020

You are invited to enjoy a  ShareMusic  virtual concert this  Thursday evening, June 25!   ShareMusic  will be hosted by Father Matthew McCarthy, Associate Pastor at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica.   The event is called  ShareMusic  because, thematically, the songs and hymns will celebrate the ShareLife-funded organizations that do so much to support those in need.   During this time of pandemic, many talented musicians...
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Posted Monday, June 22, 2020

See attached letter from the Minister of Education regarding the June 19, 2020 Announcement. The letter is available in English and French at  www.ontario.ca/page/letter-ontarios-parents-minister-education

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Posted Friday, June 19, 2020

June 19, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As we wrap up the instructional Year of Hope, we reflect upon the triumphs and trials of what has unfolded to be an unprecedented time in the history of Catholic education in Ontario.
Looking ahead, we are hopeful that schools will open for instruction in September. Today the Minister of Education announced three different scenarios describing what the reopening of schools could look like:
A full return to conventional...

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