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Posted On Monday, May 16, 2022

Earlier today, Durham District School Board Director of Education Norah Marsh informed the Board of Trustees that she will be retiring from the DDSB at the end of this calendar year after a 32-year career public education and being with the DDSB since 2019.
Director Marsh has been an innovative change agent in public education as an executive leader for over 16 years across various roles and organizations. Her focus as Director has been on managing the impacts of the COVID-19...

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Posted On Friday, May 13, 2022

Statement from the Durham District School Board  
It has come to our attention that an individual Trustee, Linda Stone, has made public statements on twitter. The DDSB does not monitor or maintain this account. The comments made are contrary to the commitment, values and actions of the Durham District School Board and our responsibility to promote and respect the Ontario Human Rights Code. We strive to create learning and working environments that are safe, equitable,...

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Posted On Thursday, May 05, 2022

Nikki Soliman The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is home to many diverse, skilled, talented, and creative staff across the District. This multi-part “5 Questions With…” series will highlight the success that DDSB staff have achieved in a variety of industries.
Nikki (Nicole) Soliman is the Vice Principal at Scott Central Public School in Sandford. In March of this year, Nikki published her first children’s book titled Bubbly Beth , about an Anishinaabe girl...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 04, 2022


The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is thrilled to share with our community that the Government of Ontario has approved two new schools to open September 2026. They are a north Oshawa secondary school which will be located at Bridle Rd S and Windfields Farm Dr. E and new Pickering...

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Posted On Thursday, April 28, 2022

Ashley and FrankieThe Durham District School Board (DDSB) is proud to be home to many diverse, skilled, talented, and creative staff across the District. This multi-part “5 Questions With…” series will highlight the success that DDSB staff have accomplished in a variety of industries.
Ashley Underwood is a Grade 1 teacher at Valley View Public School in Pickering. Earlier this year, Ashley self-published her first children’s book titled I Love You, For YOU, about a...

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