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DDSB Announcements Archive
DDSB Receives Ministry Approval to Build New Elementary School in North Whitby
The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is pleased to announce that it has received Ministry of Education approval to proceed to build a new elementary school in North Whitby. The new Unnamed North Whitby Public School will be located Samandria Avenue and Lazio Street (north of Taunton Road, east of Anderson...
DDSB Receives Ministry Approval to Build New Elementary School in North Ajax
The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is pleased to announce that it has received Ministry of Education approval to proceed to build a new single-track French Immersion elementary school in North Ajax. The new Unnamed North Ajax French Immersion Public School will be located at Williamson Drive West and Bellinger Drive...
Definitely Durham Welcomes New Honourees to the DDSB Hall of Fame
DDSB graduates are branching out across the country and around the world to accomplish great things. The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is taking the opportunity to recognize some of its most deserving former students in public education. This year, three well-deserving people who attended DDSB schools will be honoured at...
DDSB Receives Ministry Approval to Build New Elementary School in Brock Township
The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is pleased to announce that it has received Ministry of Education approval to proceed with the consolidation of Thorah Central Public School and Beaverton Public School. Those schools will be replaced with a new school to be constructed on the Beaverton Public School site. The...
French Immersion Parent Information Night
The French Immersion (FI) program should enable students to become proficient in the French language as well as in English. French Immersion begins in Grade one and is an optional program for all students whose parents would like their children to become fluent in French. Although the curriculum is the same as in...