Announcements ~ Tuesday October 22/19

Dryden High School is Going To The Mediterranean Coast and the Swiss Alps! DHS Ambassadors March Break 2021 trip will take you through Switzerland, Italy, France and Spain.  To learn more about this exciting opportunity and find out how to take advantage of some early bird pricing, come to our next information session TOMORROW October 23 at 6:30PM in room 109.  This meeting is for parents and students.  See you there!  
Picture Retakes are being held on FRIDAY Oct. 25  
RADish meeting TODAY in Room 116 at lunch
Jack.org meeting WEDNESDAY Oct. 23 in Room 116 at lunch
Sign Language Club meeting THURSDAY Oct. 24 in Room 116 at lunch
There is an opportunity to sign up for A Metis Fall Camp from THURSDAY Oct. 24th to WEDNESDAY Oct. 27th. More information and eligibility criteria is posted on the DHS website or go to the 4 Directions room and see Ms. Rachel Gessie  

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Announcements~Thursday October 17/19

In volleyball action yesterday the Eagles split with the Warriors. The seniors moved to 5 & 2 on the year on the strength of Aiden Butts serving in set 1 and good defense play. The juniors fell 2 sets to 0 but still remain in a playoff spot. Road games in Fort and Kenora remain before DHS hosts the playoffs.   Both the senior & junior girls’ basketball teams won yesterday to improve to 6 & 1 on the season. Brynn Montgomery’s 17 with Emily Heils 10 points propelled the seniors. Kitlyn Viherjoki scored over half the points for the Eagles in their 32-30 victory over Sioux North.  
On Friday The junior boys volleyball team will host a tournament starting at noon. IF you need volunteer hours?? Sign up to score keep. Please sign up in the office or contact Mr. Desserre  
Reminder that Sign Language Club on Friday Oct 18/19 at lunch this week   
Can you imagine strolling through the Swiss Alps and then dipping your toe into the Mediterranean Sea?  All this and more is available to you on the DHS Ambassadors trip of a lifetime to the Mediterranean Coast and the Swiss Alps in March 2021.  If you missed yesterday’s information meeting, no worries; there’s still time to get involved and take advantage of EF Tours early bird pricing.  Come to next week’s information meeting at lunch (11:30) on TODAY, October 17 in room 109 or see Mrs. Jones also in room 109.  There will be an official recruitment meeting for parents and students on Wednesday, October 23 at 6:30 in room 109.  Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!  
Rotary’s Short Term Exchange Program is an excellent way to spend your summer, expand your horizons, and to meet new friends.  The deadline for Rotary’s Short Term Exchange Program is Friday, Oct 18th.  Applications may be picked up in the Guidance Office or the Library.  For further information, please contact Rotarian Leanna Bullock at 223-5831 or see MS. Wendy in the Guidance Office.

Students needing Community Involvement Hours. The Catholic Women’s League is holding their Tea and Bazaar on October 26th. If you are interested in volunteering, please come down to the office for more information.  
There is an opportunity to sign up for A Metis Fall Campfrom Oct. 24th to 27th. More information and eligibility criteria is posted on the DHS website or go to the 4 Directions room and see Ms. Rachel Gessie  

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