Technology Vision Statement

DuBois Central Catholic is a diverse community of learners who work collaboratively as critical thinkers who integrate technology. Students are supported with best instructional practices that provide meaningful learning experiences and are held by high professional standards.

We effectively integrate technology as a learning and information sharing tool to:

  • Provide differentiated learning
  • Encourage an interactive learning environment
  • Implement the 4 C’s (collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity) of the 21st century learning framework
  • Prepare students to be a part of a global community

Elementary Technology Checklist for Incoming Students

Middle School – High School Technology Checklist for Incoming Students

Technology Mission Statement

The mission of DuBois Central Catholic is to empower our students to acquire the skills which will prepare learners for real world challenges. We ensure a nurturing environment that fosters student success and promotes innovation, creativity, and collaboration for the needs of the 21st century and beyond.

Cyber Days

What is a Cyber Day?  Once known as just a “snow day”, students at DCC now can work from home using their computers, in both middle and high school, to get credit for a school day.  Students are required to check in with their homeroom teacher by noon, while teachers are required to post assignments by 10:30.  Assignments are an enrichment or extension to what the teacher is currently doing in the classroom; and should take about 30 minutes to complete.  Students are required to complete assignments for the following primary classes: Math, English, Science, Social Studies, and Theology.  Elementary students also participate in cyber snow days by completing work in their Snow Day packets.

Forms for Student Technology Use