Jan 21
Welcome Back and Happy New Year

I know, I am a bit late with this, but better late than never. We are two week into 2022 and it has been a crazy start. We are happy to have students in the building, learning is taking place and everyone is mostly settled. We have had a fair number of both student and teacher absences, in many cases when a teacher is away there are no substitutes to cover so we are managing that internally. This places a strain on our human resources, but we believe that it is better to have students in classrooms rather than online. Please remember to let us know if your child is going to be away and if it is an illness, this just helps with our planning. 

We are hopeful that this pandemic is running its course so we can return to relative normal. Thanks to all of our families for your understanding around the Province's and CBE's mask wearing policies. If you could continue to support us by reminding your child to wear them properly we would greatly appreciate it. 

I believe the future looks bright and we will clear this pandemic soon, at least that is what I am hoping for. Having been in many schools I can assure you we have an amazing​ student population and an outstanding staff, everyone working hard everyday to make DMC great. Having said that, if you do have any questions or concerns, please give us a call or drop us an email.

All the best in 2022!​


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