News & Announcements
Important information regarding reopening schools, remote learning and more
Please click the links below for information on reopening schools in fall 2020 and supports for students and families:
Centre Dufferin is looking for a 2020-2021 Parent Council. If you would like to chair the Parent Council, or just be involved please email [email protected] or phone the school 519-925-3834 to volunteer.
Student Timetable Access
Students can access their 2020-2021 timetable by clicking the following link:
Logon: first 3 letters of firstname, full surname. Example: Mickey Mouse would be micmouse
Password: 9 digit OEN student number (without spaces or dashes).
Automated phone messages will be sent to confirm your assigned Cohort (attending morning or afternoon).
Note: Timetables are for students attending school in-person. Remote Learning students will be contacted by the Remote Learning School. For more information on the remote learning instructional model click here.
CDDHS Morning Schedule
CDDHS Afternoon Schedule
CDDHS Start Dates
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health and the school board would like to remind all parents/guardians that they are to screen their children every day for COVID-19 symptoms, prior to coming to school.
The Children’s Foundation is working towards continuing support and bringing food to the families who need it most in Dufferin, Wellington and Guelph.Please click on the link to see how it works. Together, we can make a difference. https://www.childrensfoundation.org/what-we-do/food-friends/food-friends-at-home
School Bus related information:
STUDENT LOGIN link: https://www.findmyschool.ca
Student ID: OEN Number (Which can be found on student report card)
A letter to parents/guardians from Dr. Nicola Mercer, Medical Officer of Health and CEO of Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health.
Parents/guardians, join our mental health clinicians as they discuss different issues and strategies to support your child’s return to school success.
A letter from the UGDSB Director of Education, Martha Rogers, on the reopening of schools in September.
A letter to UGDSB parents/guardians and students as the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close.
In the June 2020 edition of Talking About Mental Health, we discuss tolerating uncertainty, supporting anxious kids, self care and compassion, and community connections.
As an educational community we have a responsibility to identify and describe racism and oppression and then work to dismantle it.
The Upper Grand District School Board has launched a website for parents/guardians with resources and information to support students with special education needs.