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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Today is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day. It is a day for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians on Turtle Island to work on repairing relationships for a better future. However, in order to get to that Reconciliation stage, we first need to take time to learn the truth of what has happened in Canada’s past and the significant impact it continues to have on the present. Today is a day to learn alongside each other, as we acknowledge the long-standing trauma suffered by Indigenous people in this country, while also recognizing the incredible strength and resilience of First Nations people, the Metis and Inuit.
As a show of support, and to honour residential school survivors, staff and students wore orange and distributed orange wristbands during Period 1. There are also many events occurring in the St. Marys area today to engage all people, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, in Truth and Reconciliation, including a Sacred Fire at the Flats. Your support and engagement is appreciated.

Congratulations Class of 2021!

Congratulations to the St. Marys DCVI Graduating Class of 2021. We are excited to celebrate with each of you tonight at the school. Follow along on Instagram for highlights of the evening. Please click the title to view greetings from Principal Richardson and the valedictorian's address.

Hey Salukis!

Planning to join a club or team? Want to be able to access your student card? Remember to pay your 2021-2022 student fee through School Cash Online!

DCVI Tunes!

Did you know that DCVI has a playlist and that you can suggest songs for it as well? Search "D.C.V.I Tunes" on Spotify or click the title above to find the links here!
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