Dryden High School Online
27Aug/15

Welcome Back

Classes will resume at Dryden High School for the 2015-16 school year on Tuesday, September 1, 2015.

See you then!

26Jun/15

Graduation Photos

Follow the link below to see an album of 2015 Graduation photos, taken by Arielle Penner and Zach Lang.

Grad photos on flickr

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26Jun/15

Graduation Ceremony

If you have viewed the Graduation Ceremony or the Grand March - Please leave a quick comment on this post so we know where we're reaching!  These videos will be available here and on the DrydenHighSchool Youtube account. Thank You from the DHS Communications Technology department.

25Jun/15

2015 Grand March and Graduation

This website will be the location of the live stream for the Grand March on Thursday, June 25 at 5:30, and the Graduation Ceremony on Friday, June 26 at 3:00pm.

Links will be posted within 15 minutes of the start of the events.

 

17Jun/15

June 17, 2015 Morning Announcements

June 17 Message for potential grads – the yearbook graduation information sheet is now available to be picked up at the office and filled out by June 23rd.  Please hand back in at the office when completed.
June 17 Reminder that tomorrow is a Co-op in-class day.
June 17 Students using equipment (laptops or iPads) from the Resource Room are asked to return all equipment to Mrs. Jones as soon as possible before Thursday, June 18.
June 17 Subway’s last day open will be tomorrow.
June 17 Reminder that student lockers must be emptied after your last exam. The custodians will be washing out the lockers and re-locking them with the gold lock.  So please take your contents and your lock home for the summer.  Returning students will be assigned the same locker in the fall.
June 17 There will be a plant sale at lunch today in the student square, so please stop by and buy a flower or plant to help raise money for environmental issues.
June 17 Reminder there are copies of the exam schedule can now be picked up in the office.
June 17 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here.  If you are behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits please contact the guidance department.  Numerous independent study courses are available; French Immersion, Recreation & Healthy Active Living Leadership, Career/Civics, Cooperative Education, Digital Photography and Welding are just a few options available.  Sign up soon as space is limited.
June 17 The walleye master committee is looking for 2 helpers to release the fish this weekend from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Please come to the Main Office or Guidance office for further information.
16Jun/15

June 16, 2015 Morning Announcements.

June 16 Subway’s last day will be Friday, June 19th
June 16 There will be a meeting today for students interested in the school trip to Italy next year.  We will meet in the upper video conference room at lunch.
June 16 Reminder that student lockers must be emptied after your last exam. The custodians will be washing out the lockers and re-locking them with the gold lock.  So please take your contents and your lock home for the summer.  Returning students will be assigned the same locker in the fall.
June 16-17 There will be a plant sale at lunch tomorrow in the student square, so remember to bring a toonie and buy a flower or plant to help raise money for environmental issues.
June 16 Reminder if you missed the information meeting about the trip to Central America don’t worry because you can see Mr. Mitchell in room 107 or come to another meeting tonight @ 7 pm in room 107.
June 16 Reminder there are copies of the exam schedule can now be picked up in the office.
June 16 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here.  If you are behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits please contact the guidance department.  Numerous independent study courses are available; French Immersion, Recreation & Healthy Active Living Leadership, Career/Civics, Cooperative Education, Digital Photography and Welding are just a few options available.  Sign up soon as space is limited.
June 16 The walleye master committee is looking for 2 helpers to release the fish on June 20th & 21st from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Please come to the Main Office or Guidance office for further information.
15Jun/15

Athletics Awards video

Congratulations to all athletes at the 2015 DHS Athletics Awards banquet.

 

15Jun/15

Monday, June 15, 2015 Morning Announcements

June 15 Could all classroom and workspaces please bring their recycling bins to the back doors at the beginning of pd. 2 today.
June 15-17 There will be a plant sale at lunch on Wednesday at lunch in the student square, so bring a toonie and buy a flower or plant to help raise money for environmental issues.
June 15 Reminder if you missed the information meeting about the trip to Central America don’t worry because you can see Mr. Mitchell in room 107 or come to another meeting tomorrow at 7 pm in room 107.
June 15 Reminder there are copies of the exam schedule can now be picked up in the office.
June 15 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here.  If you are behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits please contact the guidance department.  Numerous independent study courses are available; French Immersion, Recreation & Healthy Active Living Leadership, Career/Civics, Cooperative Education, Digital Photography and Welding are just a few options available.  Sign up soon as space is limited.
June 15 The walleye master committee is looking for 2 helpers to release the fish on June 20th & 21st from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Please come to the Main Office or Guidance office for further information.
11Jun/15

Thursday, June 11, Morning Announcements

June 11 All students who are interested in travelling to Italy next year with the DHS Ambassadors are asked to come to the meeting today at lunch in Room 203.  We are having a brief meeting to discuss which tour options you would like, so come out and vote on your favourite choice!
June 11 Copies of the exam schedule can now be picked up in the office.
June 11 Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you are traveling with DHS next year on the March Break?   Come out to an information meeting tonight at 7 pm in room 107 to hear more about this trip to Central America. This will be an exciting chance to visit jungles, rain forests and beautiful sand beaches.   Our trip will take us through ancient ruins, animal parks, snorkeling, zip lining and be full of other adrenaline pumping, Eco Tourism related experiences.   Hope to see you there.
June 11

 

Grade 12 students, the Bartlett family is sponsoring a $1,000 bursary.  To find out more about the bursary, check out our website or stop by the guidance office.
June 11 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here.  If you are behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits please contact the guidance department.  Numerous independent study courses are available; French Immersion, Recreation & Healthy Active Living Leadership, Career/Civics, Cooperative Education, Digital Photography and Welding are just a few options available.  Sign up soon as space is limited.
June 11 Grade 12 graduates are reminded to sign the safe grad guest sign-up sheet in the office if your guest is not a graduate.  You can come to the office to pick up your 3 tickets to the Grand March and advise how many members will be attending the ceremony.
June 11 The Athletic Awards Banquet is tomorrow and tickets are still available in the office for $10 each.  Today is the last day to get them, so hurry down to the office to get one.  All athletes and parents are welcome!
June 11 If you are looking for some volunteer hours, there is a tree planting event this Saturday beginning at 9:00 am, also Mardi Plomp is looking for helpers to clean up from a fundraiser on Sunday, June 14th and volunteers are needed to clean up the Amesdale cemetery on June 14. The walleye master committee is looking for 2 helpers to release the fish on June 20th & 21st from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Please come to the Main Office or Guidance office for further information.
June 12-17 There will be a plant sale at lunch on June 17th, bring $2.00 and buy a flower or plant to help raise money for environmental issues.
10Jun/15

Wednesday, June 10 Morning Announcements

June 10 All students who are interested in travelling to Italy next year with the DHS Ambassadors are asked to come to the meeting tomorrow at lunch in Room 203.  We are having a brief meeting to discuss which tour options you would like, so come out and vote on your favourite choice!
June 10 Copies of the exam schedule can now be picked up in the office.
June 10 - 11 Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you are traveling with DHS next year on the March Break?   Come out to an information meeting tomorrow night at 7 pm in room 107 to hear more about this trip to Central America. This will be an exciting chance to visit jungles, rain forests and beautiful sand beaches.   Our trip will take us through ancient ruins, animal parks, snorkeling, zip lining and be full of other adrenaline pumping, Eco Tourism related experiences.   Hope to see you there.
June 10

 

Grade 12 students, the Bartlett family is sponsoring a $1,000 bursary.  To find out more about the bursary, check out our website or stop by the guidance office.
June 10 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here.  If you are behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits please contact the guidance department.  Numerous independent study courses are available; French Immersion, Recreation & Healthy Active Living Leadership, Career/Civics, Cooperative Education, Digital Photography and Welding are just a few options available.  Sign up soon as space is limited.
June 10 Grade 12 graduates are reminded to sign the safe grad guest sign-up sheet in the office if your guest is not a graduate.  You can come to the office to pick up your 3 tickets to the Grand March and advise how many members will be attending the ceremony.
June 10 The Athletic Awards Banquet is tomorrow and tickets are still available in the office for $10 each.  Today is the last day to get them, so hurry down to the office to get one.  All athletes and parents are welcome!
June 10 If you are looking for some volunteer hours, there is a tree planting event this Saturday beginning at 9:00 am, also Mardi Plomp is looking for helpers to clean up from a fundraiser on Sunday, June 14th and volunteers are needed to clean up the Amesdale cemetery on June 14. The walleye master committee is looking for 2 helpers to release the fish on June 20th & 21st from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Please come to the Main Office or Guidance office for further information.
June 12-17 There will be a plant sale at lunch on June 17th, bring $2.00 and buy a flower or plant to help raise money for environmental issues.
9Jun/15

2015 Athletics Banquet

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9Jun/15

Morning Announcements – June 9, 2015

June 9 There will be a gay straight alliance meeting today at lunch in the upper video conference room.  Any students still interested in the trip to Italy next year can stop by as well for more information.
June 9 Mr. Zilkalns pd 2 grade 12 Phys Ed class is to meet in the big gym today.
June 9 If you’re curious about what next fall’s DHS football team looks like, come out today after school and watch the blue and gold game.  Team blue won yesterday’s skills competition and the singing contest last week.  Team gold will be looking for revenge.
June 9 Copies of the exam schedule can now be picked up in the office.
June 9 - 11 Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you are traveling with DHS next year?   Come out to an information meeting on DHS’s trip to Central America over March Break next year.   This will be an exciting chance to visit jungles, rain forests and beautiful sand beaches.   Our trip will take us through ancient ruins, animal parks, snorkeling, zip lining and be full of other adrenaline pumping, Eco Tourism related experiences.   The info meeting will take place Thursday Night at 7:00pm in room 107.
June 9 Grade 12 students, the Bartlett family is sponsoring a $1,000 bursary.  To find out more about the bursary, check out our website or stop by the guidance office.
June 9 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here.  If you are behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits please contact the guidance department.  Numerous independent study courses are available; French Immersion, Recreation & Healthy Active Living Leadership, Career/Civics, Cooperative Education, Digital Photography and Welding are just a few options available.  Sign up soon as space is limited.
June 9 Grade 12 graduates are reminded to sign the safe grad guest sign-up sheet in the office if your guest is not a graduate.
June 9 The Athletic Awards Banquet is this Thursday and tickets are available in the office for $10 each only until tomorrow at 3:30.  So hurry and get your tickets.  All athletes and parents are welcome!
June 9 If you are looking for some volunteer hours, there is a tree planting event this Saturday beginning at 9:00 am, also Mardi Plomp is looking for helpers to clean up from a fundraiser on Sunday, June 14th and volunteers are needed to clean up the Amesdale cemetery on June 14. The walleye master committee is looking for 2 helpers to release the fish on June 20th & 21st from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Please come to the Main Office or Guidance office for further information.
June 12-17 There will be a plant sale at lunch on June 17th, bring $2.00 and buy a flower or plant to help raise money for environmental issues.
15May/15

DHS 20th POW WOW

30Apr/15

May 1, 2015

20Apr/15

Morning Announcements – April 21, 2015

April 21 Mrs. Gardam and Ms. Hampe’s girls phys ed class is reminded that class is at 11:30 in the big gym today.
April 21 DHS Ambassadors are reminded of the meeting in Room 211 @ 11:30 today.
April 21 Report cards can be picked up at the office if you are 18 or older, otherwise a parent or guardian must pick up or notify the office by phone call, email or a written note.
April 21 Volunteers are needed at the Seafood Dinner on June 6th.  Some of the proceeds for this dinner will go towards youth soccer.  For the contact information, please come to the main office or Guidance office.
April 21 The TD Canada Trust High School Math Contest is on Tuesday, April 28 and is open to all students.  Deadline to enter is today.  For more information or to sign up see Mr. Carter or your math teacher.
April 21 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor at least four students at the Rotary Youth Leadership Camps in Manitoba this summer. The entire cost of the camp and transportation from Winnipeg is covered by the Rotary Club of Dryden.  Please come to the office for more information. (May 20th is the deadline to apply).
April 21 Grade 12 Students the local scholarships, bursaries and awards booklet is now available on the Dryden High School website. Go to dhseagles.com and click on the Guidance tab. If you have any questions, please stop by the guidance office.
April 21 Also, grade 12 potential grads can now pick up a cap & gown form at the office.  Please fill it out and return it to the office with a $25.00 rental fee by April 30th.
April 21 Grade 12 students are reminded to check out the latest scholarship and bursary information on the DHS website.  Please stop by the Guidance office for more information.
15Apr/15

Morning Announcements, April 16, 2015

April 16 If you are looking for volunteer hours, the Children’s Delight series is looking for help with set up and take down this Friday after school at NPS and volunteers are also needed at the Seafood Dinner on June 6th.  Some of the proceeds for this dinner will go towards youth soccer.  For the contact information, please come to the main office or Guidance office.
April 16 The TD Canada Trust High School Math Contest is on Tuesday, April 28 and is open to all students.  Deadline to enter is Monday, April 20.  For more information or to sign up see Mr. Carter or your math teacher.
April 16 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor at least four students at the Rotary Youth Leadership Camps in Manitoba this summer. The entire cost of the camp and transportation from Winnipeg is covered by the Rotary Club of Dryden.  Please come to the office for more information.
April 16 Grade 12 Students the local scholarships, bursaries and awards booklet is now available on the Dryden High School website. Go to dhseagles.com and click on the Guidance tab. If you have any questions, please stop by the guidance office.
April 16 Also, grade 12 potential grads can now pick up a cap & gown form at the office.  Please fill it out and return it to the office with a $25.00 rental fee by April 30th.
April 16 April is poetry month at the Dryden Public Library and they are having a poetry contest.  Poems may be submitted by emailing library@dryden.ca or dropped off at the Library.  Submission deadline is April 22nd – winners will be announced April 29th.
April 16 Grade 12 students are reminded to check out the latest scholarship and bursary information on the DHS website.  Please stop by the Guidance office for more information.
13Apr/15

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, April 14th

April 14 A reminder to Ms. Hampe and Mrs. Gardam girls phys ed classes of the yoga class today at 11:30.
April 14 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor at least four students at the Rotary Youth Leadership Camps in Manitoba this summer. The entire cost of the camp and transportation from Winnipeg is covered by the Rotary Club of Dryden.  Please come to the office for more information.
April 14 Reminder Confederation College reps will be in the Library today from 9:00- 10:00. They are encouraging grade 11 students to attend and sign-up in the Guidance Office.
April 14 Grade 12 Students the local scholarships, bursaries and awards booklet is now available on the Dryden High School website. Go to dhseagles.com and click on the Guidance tab. If you have any questions, please stop by the guidance office.
April 14 Also, grade 12 potential grads can now pick up a cap & gown form at the office.  Please fill it out and return it to the office with a $25.00 rental fee by April 30th.
April 14 Reminder that Monday –Thurs the parking lot at the Centre will be closed as they are setting up for the Northwest Response Forum. If you have a permit, you can park on the Kirkpatrick side of the facility using the Kirkpatrick entrance only.
April 14 Information on summer athletic camps including the legion athletic and Olympia camps are available in the phys ed office.
April 14 April is poetry month at the Dryden Public Library and they are having a poetry contest.  Poems may be submitted by emailing library@dryden.ca or dropped off at the Library.  Submission deadline is April 22nd – winners will be announced April 29th.
April 14 Science North is recruiting individuals for their outreach programs. A “hand-out” with details is available in the Main Office.
April 14 Grade 12 students it is time to start applying to university and colleges and you can also check out the latest scholarship and bursary information on the DHS website.  Please stop by the Guidance office for more information.
1Apr/15

Grade 10 Civics Exam – Friday, April 10

Civics Final Exam

Date: Friday, April 10, 2015.

Time: 9:00 a.m.

Location: Room as instructed by your teacher

 

All Grade 10 Civics students will write at the same time during Block A.

26Mar/15

Morning Announcements – March 27, 2015

Mar 27 The Dryden Ski Club is holding its annual Slush Bowl Windup this weekend.  The hill will be open Saturday and Sunday from 10-4, with the Slush Bowl on Sunday, shortly after noon.  Come out and take part in the fun or just watch as we celebrate the end of another season.
Mar 27 Did you know that tomorrow; Saturday is Earth Hour.   And millions of people across the world will be shutting off their lights for 1 hour at 8:30 local time.   To help celebrate earth hour we've asked classrooms to use natural lighting or to shut off half their lights today if possible.   Visit EarthHour.org to see how this movement has helped make our world a more environmentally friendly place to live.
Mar 27 April is poetry month at the Dryden Public Library and they are having a poetry contest.  Poems may be submitted by emailing library@dryden.ca or dropped off at the Library.  Submission deadline is April 22nd – winners will be announced April 29th.
Mar 27 Dryden Youth Soccer is pleased to host a week long British Soccer camp at the North Dryden Soccer field at the end of June and also there will be a 2 hour Kickstart camp on Friday, April 10th.  If you are 16 or younger and are interested, please come to the office for more information or see the posters in the student square to register. Deadline to register is March 29th.
Mar 27 Science North is recruiting individuals for their outreach programs. A “hand-out” with details is available in the Main Office.
Mar 27 Grade 12 students it is time to start applying to university and colleges and you can also check out the latest scholarship and bursary information on the DHS website.  Please stop by the Guidance office for more information.
10Mar/15

Spencer West “Overcoming Obstacles” April 9, 2015 5-7 p.m.

spencer westTo Register Visit: http://goo.gl/forms/zBtyEdQmkv

On Thursday, April 9, 2015 from 5-7 p.m. there will be a free event at The Centre featuring Spencer West.

This event is for all parents and for students in grades 7 and up.

Spencer lost both legs from the pelvis down at the age of five.  He has tackled challenge after challenge in a world set against those with disabilities.  Spencer has accomplished many amazing things throughout his journey to redefine his own possible.

View a video and learn more about Spencer at

http://www.metowe.com/speakers-bureau/view-all-speakers/spencer-west/

Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. and a light meal will be available.  Several organisations, that assist in overcoming obstacles, will have booths set up for you to visit from 5-6, this will be followed by Spencer’s presentation.

Tickets are limited and must be registered for in advance on a first come first served basis by school.  Please register through your child’s school.  Child care will be available if registered for prior to March 30th.  A light meal is provided. Assistance with transportation will also be available for those requiring it.

Visit http://goo.gl/forms/zBtyEdQmkv to register.