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Posted On Monday, June 14, 2021

Girls Inc. of Durham is offering our virtual  summer programs, each week the girls will receive a package with minds on/hands on experience for girls. This includes Operation Smart (STEM programming), Allies in Action (anti bullying programming), crafts, activities, sports, and discussions regarding bullying, friendships, body image and self-esteem; as well as leadership and community action while supported by our professionally trained program staff.

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Posted On Monday, June 14, 2021

Morning Announcements 2 - 2021-06-14T152022In-Person Graduation Details Schedule Event Details Tuesday June 22nd 12:00-4:00pm OR Wednesday June 23rd 12:00-4:00pm Drive Through Graduation Process will include:
? Graduates pre-register for a 10-minute time slot to attend the school
? Graduates and their family member(s) will drive into our parking lot
? Graduates and up to two family members may exit their vehicle and proceed to the staging area in the front yard
? Graduates will receive their graduation...

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Posted On Thursday, June 10, 2021

wtkCaptureOn behalf of the Colonel Farewell School Community, we extend a warm welcome to each of our new kindergarten students and families. We look forward to partnering with you in educating your child in the years to come. We are extremely proud of our full day kindergarten learning program and school team. In the spirit of partnership, we are providing a link for the Colonel Farewell Welcome to Kindergarten Website below. Here you will find a wealth of information about our kindergarten...
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Posted On Monday, June 07, 2021

chief for a dayCaptureThe Annual Police Chief for a Day essay contest is now open. Students entering into Grade 5 this fall are invited to enter the essay contest now to become Durham Regional Police Service's Chief for a Day. The theme of the essay contest is entitled "What would you do if you were the Chief of Police for a day?" The essay is limited to 500 words. The winner will serve as Chief for a Day in October 2021. All submissions must include: - Name of student submitting essay (Grade 5...
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Posted On Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Students, parents, caregivers and community members who identify as Indigenous, are invited to join us for a conversation about how schools are currently serving Indigenous students and families.
June 8 2021 6:00-8:00 p.m.
The session will focus on the following:
Sharing DDSB commitments and next steps to ensure equitable outcomes for Indigenous students in the DDSB
Gathering student, family and community voice
This session is a virtual session open...

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