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Posted On Thursday, December 03, 2020

2020 Giving Pantry PPHS Holiday Giving Pantry campaign runs from Tuesday, December 1st until Tuesday, December 15th. 
Non-perishable food and toiletries are needed.  Please consider giving to help those who are in need.
Donations can be left in the bins provided at the student entrance points.
Thank you!

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Posted On Tuesday, December 01, 2020

2019-2020 Yearbooks will be available at the end of Quad 2, February 1, 2021.
Announcements will be made to let students know about pick up.
Commencement Class of 2020 will be contacted to let them know when they can be picked up or they will be delivered to them. 
We apologize for the delay.  Thanks for your patience in this matter.

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Posted On Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians: 
The past few weeks have been particularly difficult for a number of us as we have struggled to deal with upsetting and tragic events in our respective communities.  These events have been coupled with the ongoing difficulties of continuing to ensure the health and safety of our loved ones.  Please know that this school is a member of your community, and we join you in navigating the challenges that have been experienced. 
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Posted On Monday, November 30, 2020

To the parents/guardians of Port Perry High School students.
Attendance: 
Please report all student absences via School Messenger <hyperlink attendance.ddsb.ca>, including late arrivals or early departures.  If your student is absent for the morning on their cohort day, please indicate in school messenger that they are absent for the morning  only .  If a student is signing out in the morning but expected to be present for their online...

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Posted On Monday, November 30, 2020

Ravneet Mall, graduate of J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate, receives her diploma from Vice Principal Saamah Jadoon. Secondary school administrators from Ajax, Oshawa, Cannington and Whitby share how they made graduation special amid COVID-19 restrictions
Since last March, Durham District School Board (DDSB) students and staff have adjusted their daily routines as they continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those adjustments includes holding commencement ceremonies for the class of 2020 in October and November, instead of in June.
Secondary schools have made a concerted...

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