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Secondary Honor Roll for First Quarter Announced

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC ANNOUNCES FIRST QUARTER HONOR ROLL The Administration of DuBois Central Catholic announces the honor roll listing for the first quarter of the 2018-2019 academic year. Students who earned an over-all average of 93% or better received ‘first honors.’ Students earning an over-all average of 90% or better received ‘second honors.’ Grade 6 […]

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DCC Science Teacher Recognized

Central Science Teacher Recognized Mrs. Donna Chollock was one of two science teachers recognized during Saint Francis University’s 2018 Science Day for bringing students for the past 25 years to the university’s annual science event.  She is on the right, beside Dr. Pete Skoner from Saint Francis University.

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DCC Attends Diocesan Workshop

DCC ATTENDS DIOCESAN WORKSHOP The Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Erie held a School System Workshop in Meadville, PA, on November 7, 2018.  DuBois Central Catholic’s (l-r) Msgr. Charles Kaza, President of DCC, appears with Bishop Lawrence Persico and DCC Board Members Molly Kelsey and Brian Reilly following the dinner hosted by Persico […]

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Alumni Reception Planned at Charlie’s after ‘Black Friday’ Basketball Games at DCC

DCC’s Annual “Black Friday Alumni Basketball Games” will take place in Central’s gym on Friday, November 23, 2018, with the first game underway at 6 p.m.  There will be an alumni reception at Charlie’s for all Central alumni and spouses following the Black Friday Alumni Games. Charlie’s, located on North Main Street,  is owned by DCC grad Chuck Kutsel.  All alumni […]

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Latin Students ‘Carpe Diem’

LATIN STUDENTS SAY CARPE DIEM Students enrolled in Latin this year at DuBois Central Catholic are truly ‘seizing the day’ to study a language that will improve their vocabulary for standardized testing and reinforce their sentence structure in writing.   A sophomore at DCC takes her turn at the smartboard as she translates the next sentence […]

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12th Annual Veterans Day at DCC

DCC FINALIZES PLANS FOR 12th ANNUAL VETERANS DAY CELEBRATION For DCC’s 2018 Veterans Day, art teachers Emily Roy and Cheyenne Helman spearheaded a school-wide art project to create a flag made of six inch craft sticks hand-painted by students from all grades at DuBois Central Catholic.  Several students stopped in the art room to check […]

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DCC Participates in Paint the Plow … a project of the PA Department of Transportation

A Message from Cheyenne Helman, Secondary Art Teacher at DCC! A photograph of our painted snowplow is now on the PennDot (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation) facebook page. If you have Facebook, please “like” the photo of our snowplow. The photo with the most likes is awarded the “fan favorite” … and we need everyone’s help! […]

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Secondary Art Students “Paint the Plow” for PennDot

DCC ART STUDENTS ‘PAINT THE PLOW’ FOR PENNDOT DCC’s secondary art students, under the guidance of Cheyenne Helman, participated in this year’s Paint the Plow project sponsored by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.  Helman says, “I cannot explain how much hard work and dedication have been put into this project! These art students have worked outside […]

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“Black Friday” Alumni Basketball Games set for November 23; Alumni Reception after at Charlie’s

      DCC’s Annual “Black Friday Alumni Basketball Games” will take place in Central’s gym on Friday, November 23, 2018, with the first game underway at 6 p.m.   Organized by Dom Varacallo, head boys’ coach, and Jordan Hoover, head girls’ coach, the event will bring together former players for an evening of fun while supporting Central’s athletic […]

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Chem II Science Lab on Dehydration

Chemistry Students Experience Dehydration             At DuBois Central Catholic High School, Dr. Joseph Noroski demonstrates the proper technique for heating a crucible as three juniors look on during a recent dehydration lab.  Students learned that heating hydrated salts (that don’t decompose upon heating) drives off water molecules. Noroski adds, “Analysis of the mass loss allows for […]

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