Sep 03
Welcome Back

The 2021-22 school is up and running. It has been a smooth transition back to learning and as I visited classrooms there was lots of excitement and some sleepy faces at the same time. It takes a few days to brush off the summer routine and get back into the school routine. We had all hoped that by now COVID would be a distant memory, but it continues to hang on, we are committed to making this a great year for our DMC families despite the ongoing pandemic issues. I would like to welcome all of our new students and staff to DMC and their families as we embark on the learning journey together. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at DMC if you have any questions, we would be happy to help. Two very important faces that are new in their roles are Karen Hunter, who takes over as our administrative assistant from Cheryl Boivi​n, we are happy to have Karen in the role. We also welcome Deb Mckee as our newest office support. These are the faces of DMC, the ones that greet everyone coming to the school. 

Lastly, thanks to all of our parents for your continued support, you are greatly appreciated.​

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