Parent Portal The parent portal is available to all Durham District School Board (DDSB) parents and guardians. Through the portal you can view your child's homeroom assignment, attendance history and grades. You can also set up SchoolCash and SchoolMessenger accounts through the portal.
To register a new student in a DDSB school: Use the school locator to find schools in your area boundaries; Complete the new student online registration ; Wait for the school to contact you for an appointment (you will need to provide supporting documents at this time); Go to the meeting with the ...
If you are new to Durham, Durham District School Board (DDSB) will provide you with the support you need to settle into your new school. All DDSB schools follow the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum. We can help you find a school in your neighbourhood and register for school.
If your child is transferring from one DDSB school to another, this is a returning student. If a student leaves DDSB and goes to another school and then returns to a DDSB school, they are considered a new student. These students will need to complete the new student registration form.
DDSB students will sign in using the same credentials they do at school (student number followed by @ddsbstudent.ca and their password). If your child does not know their login information, please contact their teacher for help. DDSB@Home students in grades JK-4 have had their passwords reset to a default.
This unique number is used as the key identifier on a student's school records, and follows the student through his or her elementary and secondary education. If your child has attended school in Ontario already, OEN's can be found in the top centre of the page of any report card.
To register a new student in a DDSB school:Use the school locator to find schools in your area boundaries;Complete the new student online registration;Wait for the school to contact you for an appointment (you will need to provide supporting documents at this time);More items...
The OEN is nine digits long (eight digits, plus a check digit), randomly assigned, and tied to stable information about the student (name, gender, date of birth). A student's OEN number will be found on their report card.
The OEN is a student identification number is assigned by the Ministry of Education to Ontario elementary and secondary students. This unique number is used as the key identifier on a student's school records, and follows the student through his or her elementary and secondary education.
If you transfer your child to another school, you can enroll them in a new school by providing the following documents:A documentation that verifies your child's age, which can be: Certificate of Birth. Baptismal Certificate. ... Any documents from the previous school (i.e. report cards)A completed registration form.
We are pleased to welcome students, families and staff back to another year of learning at the Durham District School Board. You can view the school year calendars for the 2021-22 school year on our website.
Elementary schools typically operated grades Kindergarten through 6; the junior high school, often housed in the same building as the senior high school, then covered grades 7 through 9; and the senior high school operated grades 10 through 12.
Alternative Bell Schedule (ABS) is a disciplinary consequence which can be assigned in lieu of an out of school suspension. The purpose of ABS is to keep our students engaged in the learning process, yet hold student accountable for appropriate school behavior.
If you finish the course at the “D” or “F” level, you will receive a “No Pass (NP)” on your transcript. 3. Will Pass/No Pass affect my grade point average (GPA)? No in most instances.
If a student leaves DDSB and goes to another school and then returns to a DDSB school, they are considered a new student. These students will need to complete the new student registration form. DDSB schools follow the principles of a positive school climate and the code of conduct for everyone's safety.
Register for Kindergarten. Learn how to register your child for Kindergarten . Registration opens on January 12, 2021.
Registration for Kindergarten at French Immersion (single track) schools begins at 4:00 p.m. on January 11, 2021. French Immersion registration is on a first come, first served basis. Please note that French Immersion starts at Grade 1 and Kindergarten is taught in English.
Watch our video to learn how the DDSB supports students and families as they transition to the Education system in Ontario.
A great way to meet other parents, is by getting involved in your child's education. You can join a school committee or volunteer at your child's school.
Durham Continuing Education offers English language courses for adults to learn English as a Second Language (ESL) course as well as other adult courses and programs that can help you upgrade your skills.
The home school will contact parents/guardians to arrange an appointment to finalize the registration. Registration for the FI program will open at 4 p.m. on January 11, 2021. Acceptance at the single track French Immersion schools are based on first come, first served only.
Durham District School Board (DDSB) requires online registration for all new students entering Kindergarten. We are here to help you and your child find a school and transition into Kindergarten.
All online registrations are requests, not finalized registrations. School administrators will set up appointments with families/caregivers in early spring to visit the school to complete the registration process; bringing the appropriate documentation to finalize their child’s registration.