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29Feb/12

Girls Hockey defeat Fort Frances in Semifinals

Fort Frances goalie and defenders look on in dismay after being beaten by Alexis Reid.

Congratulations to the girls hockey team for advancing to the finals.  The girls defeated FF last night with an exciting 5 - 3 win at the Dryden Arena.  Scoring for the Eagles were Kristen Bartlett with a pair, Morgan Church, Martina Wintle and Alexis Reid.  CJ Ecker earned the win in net.

Come cheer on the girls this Friday at the Dryden Arena as they take on BB in game 1 of the finals.  Puck drop is at 6:30. Game will be webcast live and broadcast on Shaw Cable 10.

Here are some pics from the game, thanks to Mr. P. Darling for snapping them!

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29Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 29, 2012

Feb. 29 Hey, Hey, Hey, Listen Up!  Come on out to the Envirothon meeting today at 11:30 in room 107.  See you there.
Feb. 29 Attention DHS Ambassadors – there will be a meeting today in the library at 11:30.
Feb. 29 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
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28Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 28, 2012

Feb. 28 Everyone – come down to the arena tonight to cheer on the girls hockey team.  Its game 3 against the Fort Frances Muskies.  The winner moves on to play Beaver Brae in the finals.  Hope to see you there.
Feb. 28 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
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27Feb/12

DHS Nordic Skiers Competitive in Huntsville

L-R: Coach Beatty, Luke Smith, Brayden Davis, Ilya Perkins

The Dryden Eagles Nordic Ski Team was in Huntsville last week for the OFSAA Nordic Skiing Championship which were on Wedndesday February 22 – Friday February 24th.

Luke Smith, Ilya Perkins, and Brayden Davis qualified for OFSAA at NWOSSA, which was held in Marathon a few weeks ago.

The event was held in two locations –  Arrowhead Provincial Park (10 minutes north of Huntsville) and Downtown Huntsville.

Wednesday February 22nd  - Pre ski day - was at Arrowhead Provincial Park and was used to pre ski the course in order to get to know it (hills, flats, pacing, etc),  to get the blood moving after a long travel day, and to test waxes for the next two days.

On Thursday February 23, the individual races were held just north of Huntsville at Arrowhead Provincial Park.  They have a great Nordic Trail system. The weather at race time was 1 degree Celsius.The junior boy’s race was 6 km long, and was very competitive with 177 junior boys registered to race.

DHS Junior boys RESULTS

  • Luke Smith did very well.  He placed 85th with a time of 20:46.9 minutes.  (20 minutes, 46.9 seconds).
  • Brayden Davis placed 131st with a time of 22:48.3
  • Ilya Perkins was right behind him coming in 132nd and a time of 22:55.7 minutes.
  • It was the first OFSAA for these three skiers. 

The OFSAA banquet was held on the evening of Thursday February 23rd.  The Keynote speaker was Dan Roycroft, a former Huntsville High Student who competed at OFSAA and who went on to ski in the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships and he competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turino Italy. 

In addition Roycroft created and runs Zone4 Systems which is an online registration system and race timing software company.   He had a great message of perseverance and goal setting for all of the athletes and coaches at the banquet.

 On Friday February 23, the team relay races were held on the main streets of Huntsville.  From about 4 p.m. on Thursday until about 7:30 a.m. on Friday, event organizers and volunteers including a number of local contractors hauled over 150 dumptrucks of snow that they had been accumulating during the winter into the downtown streets of Huntsville.  Grooming crews worked all night to get the snow conditions just right for the team relay races.  The snow was packed to a depth of 8-10 inches. These downtown races are done a lot in Scandinavian countries and it is a great way to get more people to watch the races.  The downtown business people of Huntsville were very supportive. Our boys competed well in the relay and it was a really good for them to experience this type of race.

Click here to view more pics from the trip. Thanks to Mr. Beatty for providing this writeup!

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27Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 27, 2012

Feb. 27 The girls hockey team split their first two games against Fort Frances.  Scoring for the Eagles in a 6 – 4 loss Friday night were Morgan Church, Claire Paquette, Kristen Bartlett and Liv Carter.  The Eagles bounced back with a 5 – 1 win Sunday afternoon in Fort Frances scoring three goals on the power play.  Scoring for the Eagles were Amy Doudiet, Morgan Church, Ashley Kropelin, Claire Paquette and Kristen Bartlett.  Come cheer on the girls Tuesday night for game #3.  Puck drop is at 6:30.
Feb. 27 Just a reminder of the SAVE meeting today at 3:10 in the library.  Come out and help plan Pink Day 2012.  Also a great way to earn some volunteer hours.
Feb. 27 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
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24Feb/12

Former DHS Student Walks for Aboriginal Issues

Leo Baskatawang is a graduate student at the University of Manitoba who is is conducting a march from Vancouver, BC to Ottawa, ON in order to raise awareness of issues facing Aboriginal Canadians.

Leo feels that there is a need for Aboriginal people to "press the federal government  for action on critical issues that have plagued Aboriginal society since, and even before, the confederation of this country."

Baskatawang will begin his march in Vancouver on April 23rd, and expects to pass through Dryden in July.

For more information follow Leo on twitter or contact him at umbaskat@cc.umanitoba.ca

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24Feb/12

AMAPCEO Announces Second Annual Essay Contest for Secondary School Students

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24Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 24, 2012

Feb. 24 OFSAA Nordic Ski team have landed in the top half of the pack in Junior Boys skiing at the OFSAA Final in Huntsville.  After the first day of races, Luke Smith placed 85th, Brayden Davis came in 131st and Ilya Perkins right behind him in 132nd spot.  It was a very competitive race and our boys did great.  Today, will be the team relay races which will run right through the main street of Huntsville, where last night over 150 dumptruck loads of fresh snow were hauled in and the groomers worked hard to prepare the course all night.  Should be a competitive, but fun race.
Feb. 24 Just a reminder of the SAVE meeting on Monday at 3:10 in the library.  Come out and help plan Pink Day 2012.  Also a great way to earn some volunteer hours.
Feb. 24 The girls hockey playoffs start tonight.  Come cheer on our girls as they take on the Fort Frances Muskies.  Puck drop is at 6:30.
Feb. 24 Tyler Langlais, a former Eagle who now plays football at the University of Calgary, will be at the small gym today at 11:30.  Any DHS football players wanting to learn some footwork drills or more about higher level football are welcome to join him.
Feb. 24 Attention members of the Jr. Girls Volleyball & Jr. & Sr. Boys Basketball & Cheerleading teams.  Please clean out your lockers in the change rooms by this Friday @ 3:30 including garbage in garbage cans.  Leave the locks in the locker.
Feb. 24 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
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23Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 23, 2012

Feb. 23 Congratulations to Greg Olson, who won the $30.00 iTunes gift card from the envirothon draw.
Feb. 23 A reminder that Mr. Oltsher’s period one class is at the arena today for broomball.
Feb. 23 Cheerleaders are to meet in room 107 at 11:30 for a brief mandatory meeting.
Feb. 23 Tyler Langlais, a former Eagle who now plays football at the University of Calgary, will be at the small gym on Friday at 11:30.  Any DHS football players wanting to learn some footwork drills or more about higher level football are welcome to join him.
Feb. 23 Attention members of the Jr. Girls Volleyball & Jr. & Sr. Boys Basketball teams.  Please clean out your lockers in the change rooms by this Friday @ 3:30 including garbage in garbage cans.  Leave the locks in the locker.
Feb. 23 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
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22Feb/12

DHS Photo Roundup

DHS Website Assistant Cindy W has been working through a backlog of DHS photos and posting them online.

Check out the following sets:

Football vs. Daniel Mac

Night Football vs. Fort Frances

2012 Wrestling Tournament

Cheerleaders at Winnipeg Tourney

Sr. Girls Basketball

Many more to come!

To view all DHS photos check out our flickr sets here at flickr.com/drydenhighschool

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22Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb 22. 2012

Feb. 22 Good luck to the Eagles Nordic Ski Team as they travel to Huntsville for the OFSAA championships.  Competitions start tomorrow and results can be viewed on zone4.ca
Feb. 22 Congratulations to the Eagles Wrestling Team for finishing 2nd at NWOSSA on Friday.  The team qualified 9 wrestlers for Ofsaa in March.
Feb. 22 Badminton try-outs continue today with Seniors at 3:15 and juniors at 4:15 today.  Please see Mrs. Tremonti if you are unable to attend.
Feb. 22 Envirothon meeting is today at lunch in room 107.
Feb. 22 Grade 11 and 12 students interested in participating in the Model United Nations in the spring are asked to attend an information meeting today at 11:30 in room 208.  If you are unable to attend please see Mr. Wilkinson later in the week.
Feb. 22 Matchmakers will be on sale today @ 11:30 until 11:40 in room 117 for $2.00 each.
Feb. 22 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 22 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation tomorrow.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
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21Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 21st, 2012

Feb. 21 Congratulations to the Eagles Wrestling Team for finishing 2nd at NWOSSA on Friday.  The team qualified 9 wrestlers for Ofsaa in March.
Feb. 21 Matchmakers will be on sale tomorrow morning @ 8:30 until 8:45 in room 117.
Feb. 21 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 21 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation on Thursday, February 23rd.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
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16Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 16, 2012

Feb. 16 February 12th to 18th is Sexual Health and Reproductive Awareness Week.  Did you know that you can have an STI and not even know it?  Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are the two most common STIs and they’re so easy to test for.  Ever wondered “Positive?  Me?”  Well, find out, get tested!  Today’s locker swag is provided by the Northwestern Health Unit Sexual Health Program to remind you to take care of your sexual and reproductive health.  For more information, contact the local Northwestern Health Unit.
Feb. 16 Congratulations to all the girls volleyball, boys basketball, cheerleaders & spectators for the very long & exciting day spent in Fort Frances for the court sport playoffs yesterday.  Good luck to our Sr. Girls Volleyball team – who won gold yesterday & will travel to Thunder Bay next weekend for NWOSSAA Championships.
Feb. 16 Badminton Team tryouts start today @ 3:30.  If you cannot make that time, you must see Mrs. Tremonti before 3:30 today.
Feb. 16 Calling all aboriginal students 13 -16 years old.  Join in on the fun at the Mini Winter Olympics and Youth Games.  Jordan Gardner for “Right to Play” is looking for 8 more students to participate in activities like snow sculpting, Eskimo kick, tubing & tobogganing.  There is no cost for this 3 day, 2 night winter camp.  For more information pick up the registration forms in the main office.
Feb. 16 The Dryden Ringette Association is looking for volunteer time keepers for their tournament on Sat. Feb. 18 & Sun. Feb. 19th.  Please sign the list in the main office by next Wednesday.
Feb. 16 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 16 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation on Thursday, February 23rd.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
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15Feb/12

NorWOSSA Updates

The DHS Eagles Court Sport teams are in Fort Frances for the NorWOSSA championships.

In semi-final action, the Junior Boys have defeated the Beaver Brae Broncos 43-23 in a "dominating performance". Dom Palermo had 13, Zech Noiseux 12 andAlex Lugli 10. The Junior Boys move on to face Fort Frances in the NorWOSSA final this afternoon.

In more semi-final action, the Senior Boys have defeated the Beaver Brae Broncos 61 to 40. Gardam and Burnell had 12 points. Final match is vs. Fort Frances at 7:30.

In Jr. Girls volleyball, the Eagles have been defeated in four sets 29-27, 25-20, 27-25 and 25-15. Congrats on a great season and your Silver medal, girls!

The Junior boys basketball team has fallen 44-25 to the Muskies in the NorWOSSA final. A hard loss but it was a great season with evenly matched teams!

The Sr. Girls volleyball team has taken NorWOSSA gold in three sets, 25-17, 25-6, 25-14.

The Sr. Boys basketball team are NorWOSSA Silver medalists after a hard fought 43-37 loss. Gardam had 16 and Burnell 7.

Congratulations to all teams on your excellent seasons.

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15Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 15th, 2012

Feb. 15 Congratulations to the girls hockey team for clinching first place last night with a 4 – 3 win over the Fort Frances Muskies.  Scoring for the Eagles were Liv Carter, Morgan Church, Abby Bartlett and Kristen Bartlett.  Bree Brown earned the win in net.  Come cheer on the girls this Friday when they host the Beaver Brae Broncos.
Feb. 15 There will be an Envirothon meeting today at 11:30 in room 107. 
Feb. 15 A reminder to the DHS Ambassadors of the meeting today at 11:30 in the library.
Feb. 15 Badminton Team tryouts start tomorrow @ 3:30.  If you cannot make that time, you must see Mrs. Tremonti before 3:30 tomorrow.
Feb. 15 Calling all aboriginal students 13 -16 years old.  Join in on the fun at the Mini Winter Olympics and Youth Games.  Jordan Gardner for “Right to Play” is looking for 8 more students to participate in activities like snow sculpting, Eskimo kick, tubing & tobogganing.  There is no cost for this 3 day, 2 night winter camp.  For more information pick up the registration forms in the main office.
Feb. 15 The Dryden Ringette Association is looking for volunteer time keepers for their tournament on Sat. Feb. 18 & Sun. Feb. 19th.  Please sign the list in the main office by next Wednesday.
Feb. 15 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 15 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation on Thursday, February 23rd.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
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14Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 14th, 2012

Feb. 14 The girls hockey team battled back from a 2 – 0 deficit to defeat the BB Broncos 3 – 2 yesterday in Kenora.  Getting the Eagles going was Morgan Church and Alexis Reid who set up Kristen Bartlett for their first goal.  Also scoring was Ashley Kropelin and Alexis Reid.  CJ Ecker was in net with a very strong performance.  The girls play the Muskies tonight in Fort Frances.
Feb. 14, 15 Calling all aboriginal students 13 -16 years old.  Join in on the fun at the Mini Winter Olympics and Youth Games.  Jordan Gardner for “Right to Play” is looking for 8 more students to participate in activities like snow sculpting, Eskimo kick, tubing & tobogganing.  There is no cost for this 3 day, 2 night winter camp.  For more information pick up the registration forms in the main office.
Feb. 14 The Dryden Ringette Association is looking for volunteer time keepers for their tournament on Sat. Feb. 18 & Sun. Feb. 19th.  Please sign the list in the main office by next Wednesday.
Feb. 14 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 14 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation on Thursday, February 23rd.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
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13Feb/12

Nordic Ski Pics

Thanks to Mr. Beatty for submitting these Nordic Skiing pics.

Click here to view.

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13Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 13, 2012

Feb. 13 Congratulations to the Eagle’s Cheerleading team who won 1st place at their competition in Winnipeg yesterday.  Way to go team!
Feb. 13 The following students are asked to come to the office immediately for a short message.  Mackenzie Kohut, Kallie Ollis & Travis Potter.
Feb. 13 The Spectator bus is full – all those people who signed up need to listen to announcements tomorrow for departure time on Wednesday.
Feb. 13 2nd season athletes with Sysco food order sheets – they are due back with the money.  Please get them in to Phys. Ed. office or your coach today.  Any staff wishing to make an order, please do so today as well.
Feb. 13 The next SAVE meeting is in the library at 3:10 today.  Come out and share all your great ideas for Pink Day 2012!
Feb. 13 The Dryden Ringette Association is looking for volunteer time keepers for their tournament on Sat. Feb. 18 & Sun. Feb. 19th.  Please sign the list in the main office by next Wednesday.
Feb. 13 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 13 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation on Thursday, February 23rd.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
Feb. 13 To all potential graduating students – Graduation Photos will be taken here at Dryden High School on Feb. 14th, 15th & 16th.  Sign up sheets are here in the main office on the counter.  A $15.00 session fee must be paid at your appointment time.
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12Feb/12

Boys Hockey vs. Fort Frances in Dryden

Thanks to Mr. P. Darling for submitting these pics of the Boys hockey game on Friday.

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10Feb/12

Morning Announcements – Feb. 10, 2012

Feb. 10 The next SAVE meeting is in the library at 3:10 on Mon., Feb. 13th.  Come out and share all your great ideas for Pink Day 2012!
Feb. 10 The Dryden Ringette Association is looking for volunteer time keepers for their tournament on Sat. Feb. 18 & Sun. Feb. 19th.  Please sign the list in the main office by next Wednesday.
Feb. 10 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.
Feb. 7 – 10 Spectator bus consent & permission forms are available in the Phys. Ed. office – 1st come, 1st served & money paid will be accepted.  There is a limited # of seats.  This is for the Court Sports NorWOSSA playoffs in Fort Frances next Wed. Feb. 15th.
Feb. 7 – 10 Valentine’s!  You only have today left to have Cupid deliver a rose or Persian to your special someone on Valentine’s Day.  Come see us in the student square today at lunch before time runs out.
Feb. 10 To all Grade 11 and 12 students … if you are interested in a career in the health care field, there is a presentation on Thursday, February 23rd.  Doctors, Lab Technicians and an Occupational Therapist will be speaking.  Please sign up in the main office.
Feb. 10 To all potential graduating students – Graduation Photos will be taken here at Dryden High School on Feb. 14th, 15th & 16th.  Sign up sheets are here in the main office on the counter.  A $15.00 session fee must be paid at your appointment time.
Feb. 6 – 11 Warehouse One is once again having their Jean Trade-In for Charity.  Bring your gently used jeans or other items you no longer need or want to Warehouse One by tomorrow.  If you donate 1 pair you will receive 10% off your entire purchase – 2 pair 15% and 3 pair is 20%.
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