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Keep up-to-date with goings on at DuBois Central Catholic.


DCC Faculty Highlight of the Week: Kassandra Loudon

DCC was delighted to introduce Mrs. Kassandra Loudon as a new second grade instructor beginning this school year. Kassandra attended Slippery Rock University with a degree in Elementary Education.  She began her teaching career in 2013 at St. Leo’s in Ridgway where she taught 5th grade.  Although she loved the excitement and joy that teaching […]

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JANUARY FAB FIVE ANNOUNCED

Mrs. Carol Bernat, Elementary Principal stands with the DuBois Central Catholic ‘FAB FIVE’ for January 2021. From left to right are, Mrs. Bernat; Ava Guthridge; Avery Pfingstler; Everleigh Roy; Jacob Day; Brock Dixon. This ‘Fab Five’ group celebrated with ice cream treats from The Meadows. Each month five students are chosen to be the “Fab […]

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DCC Faculty of the Week: Elaine Jacob

Elaine Jacob holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and is the Treasurer on the Board of Directors for Pentz Run Youth Services.  She has been a familiar face at DCC for some time as her daughters, Faith and Hope attend DCC.  Elaine assisted Joseph Lesnick, Elementary Librarian/Music instructor for six years until he […]

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DCC Faculty of the Week: Dalton ‘Max’ Hrinya

Max Hrinya started at DuBois Central Catholic in 2019 as a part-time employee teaching higher level math.  When the opportunity to teach full-time, DCC was happy to have Max return! A graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Mathematics:  System Analysis and from IUP with a BS in Secondary Mathematics Education.  He […]

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Nov-Dec Fab Five Announced!

DuBois Central Catholic Elementary Principal, Carol Bernat has picked the school’s last group of ‘FAB FIVE’ students for 2020. Winners for the months of Nov./Dec. are Gianna Sachs, Emily Blochberger, Katie Hoover, Adam Lydick and Venetia Suplizio Each month five students are chosen to be the “Fab Five”.  The elementary faculty nominate students who consistently […]

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DCC Faculty of the Week: Katie Ellenberger

Upon graduation in 2016 from DuBois Central Catholic, Katie Ellenberger would never have guessed she would return to her alma mater as a member of the faculty. Katie graduated from Mount Aloysius College with a BS in Early Education.  She currently teaches technology to grades Pre-K through 5th.   Upon graduation Katie’s plan was to major […]

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DCC Faculty of the Week: Arlan Zelenky

DuBois Central Catholic is very blessed with the dedication and caliber of instruction exhibited by our faculty.  Each Monday a different faculty member will be highlighted.  We begin this week with Arlan J. ‘A.J.’ Zelenky. Arlan Zelenky graduated from DuBois Central Catholic in 2015.  He continued his education at St. Francis University, earning a B.S. […]

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DCC Little Cardinal’s Preschool visits Library

Each year, Mrs. Kristy Morgan’s preschool class pays a visit to Miss Rebecca, (Mrs. Rebecca Aharrah, the Children’s Librarian) at the DuBois Public Library to hear stories and sing songs.  This year, Miss Rebecca employed technology to keep in touch with the Library’s littlest patrons.  Mrs. Morgan’s students visited the Library through Zoom, a video […]

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DuBois Central Catholic to build second outdoor classroom

DuBois Central Catholic will soon have a second outdoor classroom thanks to the generosity of the Glenn and Ruth Mengle Foundation. The grant allows for the construction of a 20-foot x 20-foot classroom, equipped with electricity, projection capabilities, and a water cistern and sink, according to school officials. Johnson’s Custom Carpentry has been retained for […]

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Young man foregoes birthday gifts for Toys for Tots

Sometimes, the very best gifts cannot be wrapped with shimmery paper and ribbon.  Sometimes they are little nudges that reveal a child’s love and compassion. During a recent visit to the Serenity Beauty Spa in DuBois, Tara Kramer learned that the owner, Shelly Kiehlmeier, wanted to help with the local Toys for Tots drive. Kiehlmeier […]

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