Students

Learn about our dynamic And Still We Rise (ASWR) elementary and secondary programs and our tutoring program

ASWR
ELEMENTARY

ASWR Elementary Edition focuses on storytelling, finding your voice, leadership and self confidence  

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sECONDARY

ASWR Secondary focuses on the topics of anti-racism, leadership, self awareness and confidence

Tutoring services for Black DDSB students Gr. 6-12

Elevate +
expand

Support Black students in building strong and confident leadership skills that will ensure their success throughout high school

the blueprint
project

“…Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave, I am the dream and the hope…” – Maya Angelou

ASWR

eLMENTARY

EDITION 

 

aswr elementary EDITION conference

DBEN has a mandate of optimizing the educational experiences of students, parents and educators focusing on implementing leadership and curriculum development initiatives. This annual conference reaches out to all students, families and allies of the Black diaspora within the district. 

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ASWR Elementary 4

ASWR Elementary 4

ASWR Elementary 7

ASWR Elementary 7

aswr elementary ambassadoR leadership program

The Elementary Ambassadors’ Leadership Program is a leadership opportunity that culminates with Student Ambassadors leading workshops at the annual ASWR Elementary Edition Conference.

Ambassadors hone their leadership and teambuilding while being introduced to discussion of equity, diversity  and social justice. 

ASWR

Secondary 

 

aswr secondary conference

A signature event, The Durham Black Educators' Network (DBEN) creates an impactful experience each spring.  Supported by the Durham District School Board (DDSB), this annual initiative focuses on providing high school students representing Durham’s Black Diaspora, and educators with Social Justice frameworks for creating positive social change in our schools and community.

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aswr ambassadoR leadership program

In recognition of the leadership skills and potential of our youth, we mentor students in Grades 9 – 12, activating their contributions to supporting positive social change in their schools and community

 

This annual program is open to Durham District School Board students representing the Black Diaspora in Durham Region, and allies.

 
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elevate &expand

Elevate & expand: coaching for excellence

This program provides culturally responsive Virtual Tutoring Support for DDSB self-identifying Black students in Gr. 6-12. 

Students are matched with tutors based on their needs and tutor teaching qualifications, and provided up to 3 hours of virtual tutoring per week

For more information contact: DBENTutoring@gmail.com

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the Blueprint Project

 

The blueprint project: framing your future success

Support Black students in building strong and confident leadership skills that will ensure their success throughout high school.  Students will be provided with a toolkit of skills and resources that will empower them to take ownership of their transition and next steps. Students will leave the program with their own personalized “ingredients” necessary to be successful

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