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Auction Items Arriving Daily

Some of the items Up for Bid!  DuBois Dermatology & Cosmetics Package Silverwoods Condo for One Week (June 15-22, 2019) Wolf Run Manor Condo – One Week (May 24 – May 31, 2019) Homeroom Baskets from all 4 wings of DCC (colorful & fun) Wine Making Experience at Starr Hill Winery 26” by 26” Framed […]

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Little Cardinals Preschool and Kindergarten Open House on April 30th

DANCE ON IN to DuBois Central Catholic’s… LITTLE CARDINAL’S PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE on Tuesday, April 30th from 4 to 7 p.m. The open house will feature a fun ‘80s dance theme…with activities and refreshments, too! The little ones and their families will meet with our Footloose cast members as they tour the elementary […]

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6th Graders to Present Annual Passion Play During Holy Week

DCC 6TH GRADERS PRESENT ANNUAL PASSION PLAY DuBois Central Catholic’s 6th graders will be presenting their annual Re-Enactment of the Stations of the Cross during Holy Week 2019.  According to Principal Karrie Miller, staging a Passion Play is the final project for the students’ unit of study on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. […]

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Annual Palm Sunday Spaghetti…New Location!

DCC’s Annual Palm Sunday Spaghetti Dinner on April 14th has a new location this year…It will be held at Luigi’s Villa on West Weber Avenue in DuBois. Serving will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Cost: Adults -$10; Children – $6. Take-outs will be available, too! This yearly event is sponsored by Central’s Junior […]

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DCC’s Elementary Tech/STEM Club

DCC’s Tech/STEM Club Sarah Winslow, faculty advisor for DCC’s Elementary Tech/STEM Club, enjoys working with eighteen 5th graders who have joined this after-school activity every Monday which fosters teamwork and problem-solving.  Fifth graders were excited to construct various circuits using this Snap Circuit Kit. According to Winslow, students in 5th grade had to apply for […]

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S&T Bank Supports STAR Foundation and DCC

S.T.A.R. Foundation Provides Tuition Assistance to DCC Families John Oberlin, Vice-President and Community Banking Manager/Business Development Officer at S & T Bank, visited DuBois Central Catholic recently to present a check to Headmaster Gretchen Caruso.  Taking part in the presentation were (l-r) CFO Belinda Vasbinder and Gwen Auman, Director of Advancement.  S & T Bank […]

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DCC Student Art Work Featured at Winkler Gallery

DCC Student Art Work Featured at Winkler Gallery Over 60 pieces of student art work from students in grades 8 – 12 at DuBois Central Catholic have been selected to be featured at the Winkler Gallery in Downtown DuBois. The selection includes paintings, drawings, ceramics, stained glass and more. An opening reception will take place […]

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Footloose, the Musical… the story and cast!

The Central Catholic Players will present FOOTLOOSE The Musical, March 29 – 30 and April 5 – 6, 2019 at 7 pm. There will be matinees on Sunday March 31 and Saturday April 6, 2019 at 2 pm in the Central Catholic auditorium. Footloose is the classic tale of teenage rebellion. Ren McCormack (Garrett Prosper) […]

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Elementary Art Supports Upcoming School Musical…FOOTLOOSE!

DuBois Central Catholic Elementary students used their creativity to decorate old 33 rpm records, design colorful high tops, and even draw rubik’s cubes, all examples of 80’s memorabilia to help make DCC’s school hallways ‘get in the mood’ for Footloose, the Musical, with performances on March 29, 30, and a matinee on Sunday March 31. […]

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Secondary Art Students Complete Project for DuBois Mall

The Secondary Art Department of DuBois Central Catholic High School accepted the challenge to design ‘bigger than life’ wings for a display at the DuBois Mall. Under the direction of Cheyenne Helman, DCC’s middle and high art teacher, two different designs were carefully prepared by the students and the unique qualities of each were then […]

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