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5th Annual Angel Hair for Kids Fundraiser
Angel Hair for Kids is a program from A Child's Voice Foundation, which provides wigs and hair loss solutions to financially disadvantaged children in Canada who have lost their hair due to a medical condition or treatment. Please join us in supporting these courageous children. Book an appointment with one of Durham...
3rd Annual Brooklin High School Girls Night In
Girls Night In is an evening of empowerment and confidence building. Approximately 100 Brooklin High School students will participate in fun activities including art therapy, team building, karaoke, crafts, a photo booth, and much more. A hearty dinner will be catered by the Brooklin HS culinary class, and students will mix...
Igniting Inquiry, Imagination and Innovation
This year, our Parents as Partners Symposium will ignite inquiry, imagination and innovation. The keynote speaker, Michael Furdyk, will share strategies of how global competencies will help ensure that all students develop the knowledge, skills and characteristics to become personally successful, economically productive and actively engaged citizens. Furdyk is co-founder of...
34th Annual Student Recognition Night
Durham District School Board (DDSB) invites you to attend the 34 th Annual Student Recognition Night, to celebrate the successes of our incredible students. Each DDSB secondary school is represented by three students who have been nominated by school staff for their significant contributions to the school community, as positive role...
STEM Talks 2019
Join us on April 8 th for the first session in the new STEM Talks series. Diana Urrego, an Engineering Section Manager at Ontario Power Generation (OPG), will discuss the importance of a future in clean energy generation, as being key to combatting global climate change. This requires a new generation...
DDSB hosts the 1st Empower Her Conference
On March 29, students from Ajax and Pickering in Grades 6-8 will come together at the Education Centre to participate in the DDSB's first ever Empower Her … Roots Conference. The goal of the conference is to enhance the well-being and success of young black girls. The event will empower, uplift...
Parent Involvement Committee Opportunities
The Durham District School Board’s Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) is calling for applications for volunteer Parent Representatives from each of the following areas: Pickering, Brock/Uxbridge/Scugog. Expressions of interest for the role of Community Representative will also be accepted. Successful applicants will commit to a two-year term.
The PIC strives to...
DBEN Hosts 9th Annual And Still We Rise Conference
On March 4 th , Durham Black Educator's Network (DBEN) will host the 9 th annual And Still We Rise Student Leadership Conference with support from the Durham District School Board (DDSB). The conference, which is geared towards DDSB students who represent the Black Diaspora across the Durham Region, is structured...
Together We Are: Family Empowerment Program Kick-off
"Together We Are" Family Empowerment Program and the Durham District School Board (DDSB)/School Community Council (SCC) Parent Engagement Office have partnered to provide a FREE six-week workshop series to Black families with children (age 6-11) living in the Durham Region. This program is supported by the Ministry of Children, Community and...
I Am Jazz School and Community Reading
On February 28th educators and allies across Canada will stand in solidarity with transgender students by hosting the 2 nd annual school and community readings of the children's book I Am Jazz . The book was written by transgender teen trailblazer Jazz Jennings and Jessica Herthel. The book offers Jazz's account of...