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2022-23 School Year Calendar

August 25 – DPCDSB Summer Literacy Symposium
The DPCDSB Program and Learning Services Department will be hosting a Summer Literacy Symposium for all Kindergarten to Grade 8 educators and support staff on Thursday, August 25, 2022 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. The symposium will inspire new ideas about the teaching and learning of literacy in early childhood and the elementary grades. Attendees will have an opportunity to hear from our Keynote Speaker Kari Yates, author of Shifting the Balance and will receive a copy of the book. Location: Philip Pocock C.S.S., 4555 Tomken Road, Mississauga. For more information, visit the Summer Literacy Symposium SharePoint site (*must be logged in to the DPCDSB VPN to access this site). To register for the symposium and sign up to receive email updates, visit the Registration Site.

August 27 – STOPR First Time Rider Safety Program
On August 27, Student Transportation of Peel Region welcomes all Kindergarten students to its First Time Rider Safety Program. This one-hour session will introduce children to school buses prior to the first day of school. Sessions start at 9:00 am and run every 30 minutes until 12:00 pm at each school site listed on the EVENT FLYER. Parents/Guardians can book their session online through STOPR's new booking portal at starting on June 20, 2022.

August 31 – Archdiocese of Toronto’s Annual Education Mass
The Archdiocese of Toronto’s Annual Education Mass will be in person again after a hiatus of two years. The Education Mass will take place on Wednesday August 31 at 6:30 p.m. at St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica. All educators of the Archdiocese are welcome. The mass will be followed by a dinner and talk given by Rev. Bishop Boissonneau, Vicar of Christian Education for the Archdiocese of Toronto. The dinner will take place in the auditorium of St. Michael's Choir School, across the street from the Cathedral Basilica. The cost of the dinner is $60.00. Register online on the Catholic Teachers Guild's website.

SAVE THE DATE: September 25 – DPCDSB’s 33rd Annual ShareLife Wilf Hartzenberg Memorial Walk/Run/Roll
More information to follow.

October 2-8 - National Catholic Health Care Week
The fourth annual National Catholic Health Care Week will take place from Sunday, October 2 to Saturday, October 8, 2022. This year’s theme “Building Bridges” focuses on the commitment as Catholic health care to reach out, create connections, welcome all, address gaps and work collaboratively to improve the health and wellbeing of all Canadians—especially those most vulnerable in our society. The Week is an invitation to learn more about the role, value and impact of Catholic health care in Canada and to be vocal, informed supporters of Catholic health care and the healing ministry of Jesus in Canada. More Information.

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