Morning Announcements – Dec. 16, 2009

Dec. 16 The door decorating contest judging which is happening today is the last chance to get your points for the Block B Class Competition!  Snowball dance is Thursday – instructions for the late list & guest list are in the main office.  This needs to be done by today @ 12 noon.
Dec. 16 There are only 19 days left until the Olympic Flame arrives in Dryden!  On January 4th, line the parade route, enjoy the live entertainment and see the torch as it arrives at the Government dock.  The celebration starts at 2:00 p.m.
Dec. 16 The Co-op Share Fair will be held today in the DHS library From 9:15 – 11:15 & 12:45 – 3:00.  Come to the library to see the co-op students demonstrate the diverse career experiences they have enjoyed this semester.
Dec. 14 – 17 The Eagle’s Nest is a great place to do your Christmas shopping.  Also, come & try out the new and now improved Orange-mango and Strawberry-banana drink flavours.
Dec. 16 Attention students who are looking for some volunteer hours.  Come to the government Dock at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday morning to help build ice sculptured inukshuks.  Dress warm.  For more info. come to the main office.

Monday Court Sports Results

Pics:

Jr. Girls (slideshow, gallery)

Sr. Girls (slideshow, gallery)

Jr. Boys (slideshow, gallery)

Sr. Boys (slideshow, gallery)

The Senior Boys lost to Fort 64-28.  “We were down 36-17 at half which is a very big hole to try and come back from” said Coach Lalonde “We need to take care of the basketball and produce more shots instead of turnovers.  We have a couple of guys still to tentative with the ball and not looking to be offensive minded enough.  We were did a better job defensively in the second half and it is an area where we will continue to get better.” Jared MacKinnon had 7 and Kevin Gardam had 6.

The Junior Boys basketball team fell to the Muskies 68-27.

The Senior Girls volleyball team faced Fort Frances in their first league action of the year at home.  The Eagles defeated the Muskies in three straight sets, 25-11, 25-11, and 25-23.  Coach Desautels said that “the girls played well against a tough opponent.”

The Junior Girls Volleyball team also took the day in three sets (25-20, 25-19 and 25-9).

Morning Announcements – Dec. 15, 2009

Dec. 15 Good luck to our girls hockey team playing tonight @ 6:30 here in Dryden.  Remember – tomorrow is character dress up day.  Dress up in your favourite Christmas Character.  Also, the door decorating contest judging which is happening tomorrow is the last chance to get your points for the Block B Class Competition!  Snowball dance is Thursday – instructions for the late list & guest list are in the main office.  This needs to be done by tomorrow @ 12 noon.
Dec. 15 There are only 20 days left until the Olympic Flame arrives in Dryden!  Get ready for the Olympic Torch Run and show your Canadian pride!  Wear red and white on January 4th when the Olympic flame arrives in Dryden.
Dec. 15 Hey, DHS Drama!  Rehearsal today for Pick a little, Talk a little – room 125 at 11:45 – see you there!
Dec. 15 The Co-op Share Fair will be held tomorrow in the DHS library From 9:15 – 11:15 & 12:45 – 3:00.  Come to the library to see the co-op students demonstrate the diverse career experiences they have enjoyed this semester.
Dec. 14 – 17 The Eagle’s Nest is a great place to do your Christmas shopping.  Also, come & try out the new and now improved Orange-mango and Strawberry-banana drink flavours.
Dec. 10 – 15 Did you miss the Dryden High School Ambassadors’ initial planning and recruitment meeting?  Are you interested in joining them on their tour of Russia in March 2011?  Then be sure to attend the next meeting on Tuesday, December 15th at 6:30 p.m. in the Dryden High School Library.  Applications will be received from all DHS students on a first come first served basis and screened on the basis of attendance, attitude, behaviour and effort.  If you are interested in getting more information about the Educational Tour, please attend this meeting.  Please note that our travel dates do NOT conflict with OFSAA.
Dec. 15 Attention students who are looking for some volunteer hours.  Come to the government Dock at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday morning to help build ice sculptured inukshuks.  Dress warm.  For more info. come to the main office.
Dec. 15 It is cookie day!!!  The cookie orders from the Arts Council will be in at the end of the Day.  Arts council Members will be called down at the end of period 4 today.  Cookies just in time for Christmas Baking!!!
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