Morning Announcements – April 29, 2010

April 29 Soccer girls are reminded of their game today in Sioux Lookout.  They need to be dressed in their yellows & at the back step by 1:45.  The game last night went really well, with the girls dominating the play in the first half, good work girls!
April 28 – 29 Students writing the University of Toronto Biology Competition are reminded to meet today at 12:30 in room 107.
April 27 – 29 There will be a meeting today for ALL students that signed up for co-op NEXT YEAR.  The meeting will be during period one (Block D) in room 119.  Go to your class and you will be called after attendance is taken.
April 29 The Dryden Mayor’s Committee for the Prevention of Substance Abuse is offering six $200 bursaries.  Recipients must be entering full time post secondary studies in health or social services related field.  Information and applications are available in the guidance office.
April 27 – 29 All Girls Badminton & Volleyball players need to clear out their change room lockers by this Friday at 3:30 – all garbage in cans please & leave the locks on the locker.
April 27 – 29 Anybody interested in volunteering at the air show on the May long weekend, or the Relay for Life on June 4th, please sign the sheets in the main office with the times that you are available.
April 21 – May 6 Canadian Blood Services is asking for 40 students to help hospital patients by donating blood at DHS on Wed., May 5 from 4:00 – 8:30 and Thurs., May 6 from 12:00 – 3:00 and 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.  There are 40 appointment spots to fill between 12:30 & 1:30 on May 6 (Thurs).  Please sign up in the office.  Those wishing to donate at other times or for other information can call 1-888-2-DONATE. 
April 27 – 29 The badminton meeting is today at 11:30 in the big gym.  Please bring your shorts & borrowed rackets when you attend.  All lockers must be cleaned out by Friday.
April 29 If you are a student in need of some volunteer hours – Dryden Full Gospel Church is looking for volunteers for yard clean-up on Sat. May 1st from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  Lunch is provided.  Please call Mr. Shearer at 937-1901 or 223-5504.  Or e-mail kids@dfgc.ca
April 27 The Canadian Red Cross (Dryden and District Branch) is currently seeking volunteers for upcoming events.  Tag Day is May 21st at several different locations throughout Dryden.  For more information, contact the Canadian Red Cross office in Dryden at 223-4751.
April 27 Attention Graduating Students – if you have not already done so – you must place your order for a cap and gown.  The order will be sent in on Friday.
Mar. – April

Thursdays & Fridays only

Remember:  The Grade 12 Cosmetology class is offering Thursday and Friday lunch hour salon services for the month of April.  Request your stylist on sign-up sheets at room 124A or in the main office.

Morning Announcements – April 27, 2010

April 27 Hoops for Heart participants:  you need to go to your period one class & come to the gym ready to play immediately following period one.
April 27 – 29 There will be a meeting on Thursday for ALL students that signed up for co-op NEXT YEAR.  The meeting will be during period one (Block D) in room 119.  Go to your class and you will be called after attendance is taken.
April 27 – 29 All Girls Badminton & Volleyball players need to clear out their change room lockers by this Friday at 3:30 – all garbage in cans please & leave the locks on the locker.
April 27 All girls soccer players please meet in room 111 at 11:30 today for a quick meeting.
April 27 – 29 Anybody interested in volunteering at the air show on the May long weekend, or the Relay for Life on June 4th, please sign the sheets in the main office with the times that you are available.
April 26 – 28 Any students still occupying a locker in the boys team room downstairs are to remove their belongings by Wed., Apr. 28 at 3:30.  Lockers will be assigned after that point.
April 21 – May 6 Canadian Blood Services is asking for 40 students to help hospital patients by donating blood at DHS on Wed., May 5 from 4:00 – 8:30 and Thurs., May 6 from 12:00 – 3:00 and 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.  There are 40 appointment spots to fill between 12:30 & 1:30 on May 6 (Thurs).  Please sign up in the office.  Those wishing to donate at other times or for other information can call 1-888-2-DONATE. 
April 23 – 27 There will be a quick badminton meeting today @ 11:30 for all of this year’s team members.  Please bring your shorts & borrowed rackets when you attend.
April 27 If you are a student in need of some volunteer hours – Dryden Full Gospel Church is looking for volunteers for yard clean-up on Sat. May 1st from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  Lunch is provided.  Please call Mr. Shearer at 937-1901 or 223-5504.  Or e-mail kids@dfgc.ca
April 27 The Canadian Red Cross (Dryden and District Branch) is currently seeking volunteers for upcoming events.  Tag Day is May 21st at several different locations throughout Dryden.  For more information, contact the Canadian Red Cross office in Dryden at 223-4751.
April, May The Dryden Centennial Air Show is looking for volunteers for May 22 & 23.  For more information contact the guidance office.
April 27 Attention Graduating Students – if you have not already done so – you must place your order for a cap and gown.  The order will be sent in on Friday.
Mar. – April

Thursdays & Fridays only

Remember:  The Grade 12 Cosmetology class is offering Thursday and Friday lunch hour salon services for the month of April.  Request your stylist on sign-up sheets at room 124A or in the main office.

DHS Music and Drama wrap up “The Music Man”

Scene from "The Music Man"(view picture gallery or slideshow)

With Saturday nights performance, the DHS Drama and Music groups finished off a successful three show run of their production of “The Music Man”.

The show was months in the making, and the hard work and dedication of the actors, musicians and crew showed in the performance. Three appreciative crowds filled the Gordon Wood Auditorium to take in the story of a smooth talking travelling salesman who arrives in River City, Iowa with the promise of a boy’s band.

The actors and musicians have earned a well deserved rest. We look forward to your next production!

DHS thanks all involved students and staff for their efforts.

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