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Youth in Philanthropy Annual Food Drive

Do you enjoy hot chocolate and timbits? Well you and your first period class can win some. From December 11th to 19th, the Youth in Philanthropy group will be running our annual food drive for the Christmas Cheerboard. This means your first period class will have a box in their room where you can donate non-perishable food items. The class with the most donations by the end of the day on December 19th will win hot chocolate and timbits. Remember this is the season for giving and there are many within our city who can use our help, lets see what we can accomplish together.


Hollygrams!!

Share the holiday spirit while supporting Grad! Send the special person or people at DMCI a Hollygram. Only $3.00 and contains a candy cane, brownines, hershey kiss and packing of hot chocolate. Want to add something custom? Order a custom ornament starting at $5.00. Both are available for purchase in the cafe next week December 11th to 15th, Periods 3, 4, or 5 or see Mrs. Ilagan in Room 40 during Period 6.

Booster Juice Fundraiser

Hey Grade 12s: Our next fundraiser is now underway. If you want to sell Booster Juice coupons, see Mrs. Ilagan in Room 40 for a selling form.

Nursing Information Session

Are you thinking about becoming a nurse? Wondering what it takes to make it in the career? Then come to the Nursing Information Session on Tuesday, December 12th, during Period 4 in the MPR. All grades are welcome. If you would like to attend, please sign up with Miss Neufeld in the Guidance Office.


Canoe Trip Deposits

Any Grade 11 and 12 students interested in the canoe trip, your deposits are due on December 15th. Any questions, please see Mr. Cheyne.

All that Kids Can Be Mentorship Program/Africa Night

All that Kids Can Be Mentorship Program/Africa Night meets every Wednesday after school in Room 11 from 3:45 pm to 6:00 pm. All are invited. Snacks will be served.

Anime Club

Do you watch anime? Play video games? Dress up in cosplay? Anime Club is just for you! Meetings are every Monday at 3:30 pm, Wednesday and Friday meetings during Period 4. We always meet in Room 61. Everyone welcome!

Fun French Film Friday

Bonjour !! Fun French Film Friday is every Friday in Room 52. All are welcome! Bring your friends and lunch during Period 4 for a fun french film experience.

DMCI Drum Circle

DMCI Drum Circle is meeting in Room 17 on Tuesdays during Period 4. Everyone welcome.

Mindful Mondays

Do you want to start the week relaxed and in a good mood and in a very positive way? Join Mindful Mondays! Our meeting will be in Room 15, every Monday - Period 4. See you there!




Unicycle Club

Are you looking for a way to get your week rolling? Are you feeling a little flat? There is one wheely great way to get your day rolling!

UNICYCLE CLUB starts every day 1 and day 3 during Period 4 in the Woods Lab (Room 102). No experience necessary! Come on down and try something that most cannot do. Remember, riding a bike is twice as hard!

Art Club

Art Club meets every Wednesday from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. See you there. Come and create some Kindness Rocks with us!

Need a Career Advisor?

Have you ever had the following questions go through your head: How do I write a resume? What courses do I need to apply for university or college? How do I apply for scholarships? What do I want to do with my life after high school? For help with these questions and more, head down to the Guidance Office and see Miss Neufeld, DMCI's Career Advisor. Feel free to make an appointment or drop by between 9am - 3:30pm. All grade levels are welcome!







​​​​No Scent Policy

Attention all students.

Please be reminded that the Winnipeg School Division has a strict No Scent Policy. Anyone using aerosols or strong scented creams or lotions at school, will have these items confiscated and will face consequences for violating the policy. These perfumed items pose health hazard as they can trigger asthma attacks, headaches, migraines and allergic reactions. Let's consider everyone's health by not using these products at school.​​
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