Thurs. January 18th Announcements

Jan 18 Grad photos will be on January 30th – February 1st & retakes will be on March 27th – 29th.  These appointments are to be booked online @ lifetouch.ca/tbay
Jan 18 The Dryden Skating Club is looking for volunteers on the weekend of Jan. 26th to help at the door, sell tickets, announcing & playing music.  If you need some volunteer hours, please come to the main office to sign up.
Jan 18 “Come From Away” is a Canadian Musical that took Broadway and New York City by storm and has a sold out run in Winnipeg.  But DHS has limited tickets and we would like you to join us on Wednesday January 31st as we take a bus to watch this great show.   Although the events of Sept 11th seems like a life time ago, it is still real and painful for many people, this show presents a Canadian Perspective and story, reminding us of the pain and horror of the day, but wrapping it in a warm Canadian spin, while attending a fun Newfie party.  More information is available in the main office, hurry, seats are limited.
Jan 18 Interested in Travelling with DHS Ambassadors, missed out on Greece this year, well there are two exciting trips planed.   Travel to Scotland in 2019 or in 2020 to Berlin, Prague, Krakow and Budapest.   Interested, then invite your parents and come to an information meeting Thurs. Jan 25th at 5pm in room 107.    See Mr. Mitchell for more information.
Jan 18 This announcement is for those students who are applying to an Ontario College for the fall.  The Ontario Colleges deadline for equal consideration is February 1st.  Slower response times and delays may occur close to the deadline so you are encouraged to apply right away. If you have any questions or need assistance in applying please visit the guidance office.

Wed. January 17th Announcements

Jan 17 Grad photos will be on January 30th – February 1st & retakes will be on March 27th – 29th.  These appointments are to be booked online @ lifetouch.ca/tbay
Jan 17 The Dryden Skating Club is looking for volunteers on the weekend of Jan. 26th to help at the door, sell tickets, announcing & playing music.  If you need some volunteer hours, please come to the main office to sign up.
Jan 17 Come From Away is a Canadian Musical that took Broadway and New York City by storm and has a sold out run in Winnipeg.  But DHS has limited tickets and we would like you to join us on Wednesday January 31st as we take a bus to watch this great show.   Although the events of Sept 11th seems like a life time ago, it is still real and painful for many people, Come From Away presents a Canadian Perspective and story, reminding us of the pain and horror of the day, but wrapping it in a warm Canadian spin, while attending a fun Newfie party. (What started as an average day in a small town turned in to an international sleep-over when 38 planes, carrying thousands of people from across the globe, were diverted to Gander Newfoundland’s air strip.   Despite culture clashes and language barriers, the people of Gander cheered the stranded travelers with music, an open bar and the recognition that we’re all part of a global family). More information is available in the main office, hurry, seats are limited.
Jan 17 Interested in Travelling with DHS Ambassadors, missed out on Greece this year, well there are two exciting trips planed.   Travel to Scotland in 2019 or in 2020 to Berlin, Prague, Krakow and Budapest.   Interested, then invite your parents and come to an information meeting Thursday Jan 25th at 5pm in room 107.    See Mr. Mitchell for more information.

Thurs. Jan 11th Announcements

Jan 11 Grad photos will be on January 30th – February 1st & retakes will be on March 27th – 29th.  These appointments are to be booked online @ lifetouch.ca/tbay
Jan 11 The Dryden Skating Club is looking for volunteers on the weekend of Jan. 26th to help at the door, sell tickets, announcing & playing music.  If you need some volunteer hours, please come to the main office to sign up.
Jan 11 On Friday at 2:00 pm, Jamie McDonald will be in our Library to share his incredible journey about how he spent the first 9 years of his life in a children’s hospital with a rare spinal condition and feared he may never walk again. He has delivered motivational, inspiring and entertaining talks for many schools across Canada raising money for the Children’s Hospital in our province & 50% to Superhero Foundation to continue their amazing work helping sick children.  Everyone is welcome.
Jan 11 Any students interested in being a thrower for the DHS Track and Field team should come out for a brief meeting in Room 209 at lunch tomorrow, this includes Javelin, shotput and discus throwers. Wrestlers and football players that are looking for some cross-training in the off-season are also encouraged to come check it out.
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