DSBN students outperformed provincial math results by as much as 17 percentage points.
The budget protects front line services for students while investing in programs to support their success.
Students and staff, take a bow! You've earned it!
The Special Olympics gives students an opportunity to put their abilities on display in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.
The founder of Water for South Sudan (WFSS) will visit the DSBN Academy in St. Catharines on Thursday, June 6.
Stamford's Michael Shannon and Port Colborne High's Myles Jackson both put in outstanding performances at the National Skills Competitions.
The DSBN is committed to equitable, inclusive schools where all students feel welcomed and their contributions valued.