News

Posted Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Group of male and female students playing the spoonsOn Tuesday, April 23, over 100 Durham Catholic secondary school students gathered for the first annual Indigenous Student Summit.  The day-long event was organized by the student members of the Indigenous Education Advisory Circle (IEAC) as a way to share their Indigenous culture with fellow students. 
“Our goal is to share our Indigenous culture, history – our community with our fellow Durham Catholic students so ‘We can Walk the Path Together’,”...

Read More...

Posted Friday, April 19, 2019

Lenten Campaign 1The season of Lent is a time where we are called as Christians to give up something close to our hears for forty days, as Jesus did in the desert. For this years’ Lenten Campaign, St. Mary is participating in Toonie Tuesdays, where each Tuesday during Lent staff and students are encouraged to participate in events planned for the day by donating $2. Each week is dedicated to a different topic and the funds raised are donated to a different organization or cause related to...
Read More...

Posted Friday, April 19, 2019

Mental Wellness CaféSt. Mary CSS students will host Mental Wellness Café on Tuesday May 7th, an annual event used to advocate and promote the importance of mental wellness.
The event will include light snacks and refreshments, as well as speaker Ian Brown, who uses comedy to raise mental health awareness, and a wide range of student performances and artwork.
Several community partners and organizations will also be present to provide resources and advice to promote better mental wellness.
This...

Read More...

Posted Wednesday, April 17, 2019

In May of 1945 Canadian soldiers finally got to put down their weapons and enjoy peace as World War Two came to an end. 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the war and the staff and students of Durham Catholic District School Board will be travelling to Europe to mark this important moment in our country's history.
This 10 day trip will include: Amsterdam:  Students will visit Anne Frank's House, tour the city and do a canal cruise. Students will also participate in...

Read More...

Posted Monday, April 15, 2019

Education and Career Life PlanningCooperative Education students are engaged through meaningful experiences which allow them to discover who they are, explore opportunities, pursue their passions and design personal pathways to success.
Through experiential learning, including cooperative education and work experience placements, students can be made aware of all the opportunities available to them, and they are given the opportunities to develop competencies, and skills, and to have hands-on experiences that...

Read More...

Contact Us

Latest Tweets