News & Announcements

Summer School E-Learning Orientation

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If you are taking an online course this summer, you must login no later than June 26th and complete the orientation before July 3rd. THIS ONLY APPLIES TO STUDENTS REGISTERED IN A UGDSB ONLINE COURSE! If your online course is with another school board, you do not have to do this.  Regular course work will begin on July 3rd. Please check your email for additional information regarding your online summer course. 

Pre-registration for 2019/2020 School Year

Pre-registration for the 2019/2020 school year begins Tuesday June 18th.

Students who pay their $25 activity fees will receive an advance copy of their next years timetable. 

Activity fees can be paid by SchoolCashOnline, Cash or Cheque.

Those who wish to make their payment online are required to bring in their receipt in order to receive their timetable.

Students can make their payment in the front office before school, during breaks, at lunch or after school.

2019 OSSLT Results

2019 Ontario Secondary School Literacy Results provided to students

On Wednesday June 12th, a letter was given to students who wrote the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test in March 2019.  Students were provided with a copy of their Individual Student results in a sealed envelope marked confidential at the end of the day.

Students were encouraged by teachers to bring these results home to share with parents or guardians.  Students who were absent from class when results were distributed may pick up their results in the Guidance office.

Dual Credit

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Dual Credit registrations for the 2019-2020 school year (grade 11 and 12 students only):

As schools move into settling timetable conflicts with students, please keep in mind that there are several Dual Credit options available to students in grades 11 or 12.

All programs in Orangeville still have space.

The start date for Humber is quick (first week back to school), so the more we can register before the first day, the better.  Here is a brief run-down:

Semester 1:

  1. Design Foundations, Humber (Wednesdays – Sept 4th start)
  2. Early Childhood Education, Humber (Thursdays, Sept 5th start)
  3. Business Entrepreneurship, Georgian (Thursdays, Sept 12th start)

Semester 2:

  1. Police Foundations, Humber (Wednesdays – Feb. 5th start)
  2. Cosmetology, Humber (Thursdays – Feb. 6th start)
  3. Health & Wellness, Georgian (Thursdays – Feb. 13th start)

Link to Online Form:

https://goo.gl/forms/cFGsqgTxFXaDzRna2

NOTE: All dual credit applicants will need to complete this online application form.

All students will then need to complete the Consent form.

Course Descriptions:

2019_20 HUMBER Course Descriptions

2019_20 GEORGIAN Course Descriptions

 

Please contact Guidance for more information!

Commencement Dates

Class of 2019: 

Friday October 25, 2019

 

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Class of 2020:

Thursday June 25, 2020

 

 

June is Pride Month!

Pride in Canada is celebrated during the month of June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots (USA) in 1969 and the Toronto Bathhouse Riots in 1981.  Canada decriminalized homosexuality in 1969, 1 day before the New York Stonewall Riots, and it wasn’t until 1973 that homosexuality was removed as a “disorder” from the Diagnostics and Statistics of mental disorders.  Pride month celebrates the freedoms we have gained in our country as well as reminding us that there is still work to be done for LGBTQ rights.  Centre Dufferin knows that diversity is one of our strengths and we celebrate Pride month in a variety of ways, including hosting a carnival and flying the rainbow Pride flag for the month of June.

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Hair Off for Headwaters Raised $4 800!

On May 23rd, the 18th Annual Hair Off for Headwaters assembly took place. This event was organized by the Grade 12 Business Leadership class. Students purchased tickets to attend the assembly, which featured staff & students cutting or shaving their hair. There were also games and lots of door prizes that were generously donated by local businesses. Some teachers took a pie in the face because their class met their goal of contributing at least $100. In total, $4 800 will be donated to the Cancer Care (Oncology) Unit at Headwaters Hospital on behalf of our school. Overall, CDDHS has donated more than $156 000. Thank you to the brave students who cut their hair and worked hard to raise money, and to everyone else who supported our event!

 

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Ophea Certification

Posted May 31, 2019

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DATE CHANGE: Special Olympics Track & Field Meet moved to Wednesday May 15

Posted May 12, 2019

Due to rain in the forecast, the Special Olympics Track & Field Meet has been postponed to Wednesday May 15, 2019.

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May – June 2019 Workshop Schedule

Posted April 26, 2019

Dufferin Parent Support Network is proud to provide free parenting workshops, below are links to the May/June schedule and workshops.  

School Year Calendar

Posted February 1, 2019

Weekly Timetable & School Year Calendar for 2018-2019 - Revised   2018 2019 TT Revised  

Welcome to Centre Dufferin District High School, home of the “Royals”

Posted January 1, 2019

Welcome CDDHS parents! The previously used REMIND text messaging notifications will no longer be available. As an alternative, please download the REMIND app on your cell phone to receive important CDDHS updates. Follow the instructions to enable Message Notifications and Email Notifications.

CDDHS Co-op Students

Posted December 7, 2018

Check out what our CDDHS Co-Op students are doing: CDDHS Co-op Corner Madison Wall Library PicBrandon Donnelly Stone And Land ArtisanSam Gayle        

Code of Conduct

Posted September 11, 2018

For information regarding our Code of Conduct see the attachment: Code Of Conduct 2018

Threat Risk Assessment & Suicide Protocol Notification 2018

Posted September 10, 2018

For the updated 2018/2019 Threat Risk Assessment & Suicide Protocol Notification please click here.