DUBOIS – DuBois Central Catholic’s Sept. 28 In-Service Day began in the school’s chapel with a prayer service, led by Assistant Headmaster, Rev. Father Edward Walk.
All faculty system-wide, from pre-school through grade 12, joined in the opening event and then later shared lunch together in the school cafeteria.
Middle and high school teachers met in the secondary library to discuss the changes and modifications in the middle and high school curriculum that will be fully implemented for the 2016-17 school year.
Elementary faculty met to finalize plans for the variety of events taking place the first semester for grades K-5 and begin formulating plans for the second semester.
“Education at DCC is never static, but always evolving as new courses and programs are added and former courses and programs are modified, all with the intention of advancing the knowledge of students from pre-school through 12th grade,” school officials said.