News Release


West Niagara Review Results in New Secondary School Build

DSBN Trustees concluded the West Niagara Accommodation Review by approving the construction of a new secondary school. The build will result in the closures of Grimsby Secondary (GSS), Beamsville District (BDSS), and South Lincoln High School (SLHS).

Students Rise to the Challenge at DSBN Technological Skills Events

Over three thousand students will put their skills to the test at the 19th annual DSBN Technological Skills Challenges taking place over the next two weeks. Students will be showcasing their abilities in 30 different challenges. Events include everything from baking to construction, graphic design and welding.

DSBN Showcases the Power of Pink Wednesday

It’s normally a softer hue, but tomorrow, pink will make a strong statement.

Come Prepared to Play!

The world is a big, wondrous place, and young children are only beginning to explore it. Going to school for the first time is a major step in their journey of exploration.

Westlane Opens New Greenhouse

On Tuesday, December 13, at 11:00 a.m., Westlane Secondary hosted the opening of a state-of-the-art 2,000 square foot experimental greenhouse.

Board Chair Reelected, New Vice-Chair Elected

Dale Robinson, Trustee for Thorold and Pelham, has been reelected as Chair of the Board at the annual organizational meeting held on December 6, 2016.

Students Code Up a Storm

During Computer Science Education Week (Dec 5-11), students across the District School Board of Niagara blew past their goal of a collective one million minutes of code.

Open Houses Give Students a Chance to Say I Got This!

DSBN high schools opened their doors to thousands of students and their families across the region.

Cyberattack Forces Cancellation of OSSLT Test

On October 20, secondary students across Ontario took part in the pilot OSSLT online literacy assessment. However, technical difficulties forced the EQAO to cancel the test mid-day.

DSBN Installs First of Five Artificial Fields of Dreams

DSBN students and staff took the field in Fort Erie on Tuesday to mark the installation of the first of five synthetic turf fields at public secondary schools across Niagara.