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Back by Popular Demand_$10,000 Grand Prize Drawing

YES, IT’S BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND…DCC’s $10,000 GRAND PRIZE DRAWING! Great news! DCC will once again be hosting ‘the popular’ $10,000 Grand Prize Drawing. The event will take place in the school’s cafeteria on Saturday, April 21, 2018. The ‘drawing party’ will begin at 7 p.m. with food and refreshments! The drawing will begin at […]

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Students Test Robots Created From Lego Mindstorm

  LEARNING ABOUT GEAR RATIOS CAN BE FUN Dragster racing down DuBois Central Catholic’s middle school hallway taught students the importance of gear ratios and torque while being creative with Lego Mindstorm.  Instructor Angela Edwards holds the ‘starting line’ in place while students ready their free design models.  Fellow students wait their turns to test the speed […]

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DCC Middle School Earns First Place at Junior Scholastic Challenge

DCC Champions of 21st Annual Junior Scholastic Challenge Team members Isaac Pifer, Hayes Cooper, Neel Gupta, Colin Micknis and Alternate Mia Edwards comprised DuBois Central Catholic’s Middle School Junior Scholastic Challenge Team that captured first place recently at the 21st annual event, which took place in the Hiller Auditorium at Penn State DuBois.      Advisor Renee (Burley) […]

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Alumni Gathering Planned for April 13th

DCC Alumni Gathering Planned to Coincide with Spring Musical For decades the DCC musical has been an opportunity for the talents of Central students to shine.  This year they will be pulling out all the stops to share a classic, The Wizard of Oz.  Performances will be taking place April 6, 7, 13 and 14, at […]

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OSMO iPads Popular at DCC Elementary

  OSMO iPAD ACTIVITIES ENHANCE LEARNING AT DCC ELEMENTARY (First photo) DuBois Central Catholic Kindergarten students take turns practicing their analytical skills under the guidance of their teacher, Kelle Pompeii.  Students were using the physical puzzle pieces found in the Tangram Activity of the OSMO System on the iPad, which has the technical ability to detect […]

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Alumni Class Connections…A New Way of Building Alumni Relationships

SPECIAL THANKS to MRS. LISA BLASDELL, DCC’s High School Technology Instructor,  for revamping the ALUMNI SECTION on Central’s Website!  Attn: DCC Alumni!!! Great News!!! The Central website has now added a page for “Alumni Class Connections.” Check it out!  If your class already has a way of connecting with each other online, please share the link and […]

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Palm Sunday Events at DCC…Bring the Family!

PALM SUNDAY at DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC DuBois Central Catholic is the ‘place to be’ on Palm Sunday, March 25, 2018. The Junior Class of Central and their parents are hosting the annual PALM SUNDAY SPAGHETTI DINNER in the cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Adults – $10.00 and children under 12 – $5.00.  It’s […]

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Mock Trial Team Defeats Bellefonte

MOCK TRIAL TEAM DEFEATS BELLEFONTE Written by Zach Shoenemen, editor of “Cardinal Chatter”… and a member of DCC’s Class of 2018! This article appeared in a recent segment! One of the many clubs and organizations that our school’s students can participate in is Mock Trial. Mock Trial is essentially what the name says, it’s not […]

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Starr Family Supports Basketball Program

  STARR FAMILY SUPPORTS CARDINAL BASKETBALL Kenn Starr (center) of the Starr Hill Vineyard and Winery in Curwensville recently presented a Starr Family donation to DuBois Central Catholic’s basketball program in the amount of $1000.   DCC parents (l-r) Valerie Kness and Stacey Downer coordinate the many activities of the parents in support of the basketball […]

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A Classroom Based on Discovery and Hands-0n Learning

  LEARNING GEOMETRY CONCEPTS Nothing is better than a hands-on activity to reinforce the concepts of Geometry.  DCC mathematics teacher Alena Park shows students how to construct a three-dimensional object by gluing together multiple equilateral triangles inscribed within circles.  In photo, sophomores work on constructing their three-dimensional products.  Park adds, “My classroom is based on discovery […]

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