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Photo Gallery of the DCC Students’ Trip to China

Photo Gallery of the DCC Students’ Trip to China

July 17, 2019

DCC students who traveled to China in June with teacher, Mrs. Irene Gankosky, took some amazing pictures of their adventures.  One of their favorite experiences was the Great Wall of China, but they also visited many other landmarks. One of the places on their tour was a school where they encountered...

DCC Kindergarten Graduation 2019 – Photos and Video

DCC Kindergarten Graduation 2019 – Photos and Video

June 4, 2019

What a wonderful year these young people had with their amazing teachers, Mrs. Kelle Pompeii and Mrs. Stacey Frank.  They learned many basic skills they will need for the rest of their education at DCC.  They learned the alphabet and basic words, numbers and how to count, how to pray, how to line up...

DCC Class of 2019 Graduates This Sunday

DCC Class of 2019 Graduates This Sunday

Madi Gill, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

Over the weekend, both Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation will be taking place at DCC. The Class of 2019 are ready to move on to colleges, the military, and jobs and careers.  We are Cardinal Proud of the young people they have become! Baccalaureate Mass followed by a Scholarship Awards Ceremony will...

St. Francis University Collaborates with DCC on STEAM Education

St. Francis University Collaborates with DCC on STEAM Education

Madison Gill, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

On Thursday May 30th, Dr. Pete Skoner, Dean of the School of STEAM and Ms. Erin McCloskey, Dean of Admissions from St. Francis University met with Mrs. Caruso, Mrs. Auman and others to discuss STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) and STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Ar...

DCC Honors Teachers and Staff During the Last School Mass

DCC Honors Teachers  and Staff During the Last School Mass

May 30, 2019

Just as families celebrate birthdays, the Central family celebrates the many years our teachers and staff have devoted to Catholic Education.  After our last school Mass on Thursday, the Feast of the Ascension, Mrs. Caruso and Mrs. Miller recognized those members of staff who are marking a special year...

DCC Memorial Day Cemetery Planting a Long Standing Tradition

DCC Memorial Day Cemetery Planting a Long Standing Tradition

May 27, 2019

For many years, Mrs. Chollock's love of plants and nature has spilled over into a project that helps ensure many graves in the area have a flower planted for Memorial Day.  People over the years have contacted her for this service because they live far away or can no longer physically do the planting. ...

DCC Says Farewell at Senior Assembly

DCC Says Farewell at Senior Assembly

May 24, 2019

On Friday, May 24, the middle school and high school students of DCC gathered for a senior class drama assembly.  The event began by taking a moment to say farewell to some of the teachers who will be leaving us at the end of this school year. Mrs. Angela Edwards, Technology Specialist will be moving...

Mrs. Renee Gressler Receives Green Apple Award

Mrs. Renee Gressler Receives Green Apple Award

Madison Gill, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

On Thursday May 23rd,  Mrs. Renee Gressler (Class of 2002), middle school science teacher, received the Green Apple Award. The award was presented by Sister Frances Theresa Matia on behalf of the Sisters of St. Joseph Justice, Peace, Integrity of Creation Team. Mrs. Gressler received a Green Apple Certificate,...

DCC Elementary Donates Books to Pentz Run Youth Services

DCC Elementary Donates Books to Pentz Run Youth Services

May 22, 2019

Each year the DCC elementary library holds a book fair with a great selection of Scholastic book choices.  During the fair students can buy small items that help to create a pool of money they can use to donate books to a charity afterwards.  According to coordinator Angela LaBenne, the students selected...

Citizens Concerned for Human Life Annouce Student Essay Winners

Citizens Concerned for Human Life Annouce Student Essay Winners

May 22, 2019

Students at DCC were able to participate in a pro-life essay contest this year, and the winners were announced after Mass on Wednesday.  Students wrote essays explaining why life begins at conception.  The contest is sponsored by the DuBois chapter of the Citizens Concerned for Human Life. Chris...

Festival of the Arts Showcases DCC Student Talent on Sunday, May 19

Festival of the Arts Showcases DCC Student Talent on Sunday, May 19

Sherry Anderson, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

In addition to the art work showcased in the school's foyer.  There will be choral and instrumental performances along with the Middle School play. The Festival is open to the public and free of charge. Drawings, paintings, ceramics, and quilling will be on display from students in grades 6-12.  ...

DCC Thanks Supporters at Annual Bishop’s Dinner

DCC Thanks Supporters at Annual Bishop’s Dinner

Gabby Sabatose, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

On Wednesday May 15th DuBois Central Catholic welcomed Bishop Persico, along with school board members, and community members to the school. Their night started with a Mass, and ended with dinner and speeches from DCC personnel. The dinner was to thank everyone for all of their support, whether it...

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