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30Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Monday, September 30th, 2013

Sept. 30 The Eagles football team ran up against a strong Elmwood team on Friday.  Though it was close at the half, the second half saw Winnipeg pull away for their 4th win of the year.  Dryden travels to Fort Frances on Tuesday.
Sept. 30 – Oct 2nd Reminder - Picture day is this Wednesday.  If you did not receive the pamphlet you can pick one up at the office.
Sept. 30 Grade 12 students - Please check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Sept. 30 CIP (Ontario Colleges) will be here today. Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria.The Grade 12’s can go at 1:00 pm and the grade 11’s will be called down a little later.

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Confederation College – October 29th @ 9 am - Library

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 27 The Dryden Rotary Club is sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO. (Deadline is Oct. 25th to register)
Sept. 30 – Oct 7,14,21 There will be a Gay-Straight Alliance meeting today in room 206 at the start of lunch – everyone is welcome to attend!
Sept. 30 & Oct. 1 Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving group will be meeting in the upstairs video conference room on Tuesday at lunch.  New members are welcome!
   

 

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27Sep/13

Morning Announcements – September 27th, 2013

Sept. 27 Congratulations to the boys golf team in winning the NWOSSA golf championship for the first time in school history.  Josh Kitt lead the way capturing the individual NWOSSA gold medal with a 74 followed by Kirk Markowski 7th, Trey Palermo 9th, Cam Zappitelli 12th and Adam Getson 16th. The team moves on to the OFSAA championship in Windsor on Oct. 16 & 17th.
Sept. 27 – Oct 2nd Picture day is on Wednesday, October 2nd.  If you did not receive the pamphlet you can pick one up at the office.
Sept. 27 Grade 12 students - Please check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Sept. 27 CIP (Ontario Colleges) will be here on Monday. Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria.

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Confederation College – October 29th @ 9 am - Library

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 27 The Dryden Rotary Club is sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO. (Deadline is Oct. 25th to register)
Sept. 30 – Oct 7,14,21 There will be a Gay-Straight Alliance meeting on Monday in room 206 at the start of lunch – everyone is welcome to attend!
Sept. 30 Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving group will be meeting in the upstairs video conference room on Tuesday at lunch.  New members are welcome!
   

 

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26Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Sept 26 Reminder that the Safe food handler students are to meet in room 124B at 9:00 this morning.
Sept. 26 Also a reminder that Mrs. Ambridge’s class is to meet in the student square first thing this morning.
Sept. 26 It’s Drama Day today – so bring your lunch to Room 125 for the Dramatic Arts Association meeting.  We are voting for the communications officer and doing Improv!  Be sure to come and play.
Sept. 26 Congratulations to the Eagles Cross Country team for dominating Beaver Brae, St. Thomas and Fort Frances once again yesterday.  The team won again and kept their 5 year streak alive, remaining undefeated against all Norwassa teams.  Great job Eagles!  DHS won all age group team categories, 8 metals and 3 golds with individual wins by Jake Wickstrom, Jacob Benson and Andie Wood.
Sept. 26 – Oct 2nd Picture day is on Wednesday, October 2nd.  If you did not receive the pamphlet you can pick one up at the office.
Sept. 26 Grade 12 students - Please check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Sept. 26 CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Confederation College – October 29th @ 9 am - Library

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 26 The Dryden Rotary Club is sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO. (Deadline is Oct. 25th to register)
   
Sept. 30, Oct 7, 14, 21… There will be a GSA meeting at lunch every Monday at 11:30 in room 206.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place tonight.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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25Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Wednesday, September 25th

Sept. 25 Today is a back to school BBQ.  Bring your appetite and come to the front of the school at lunch.
Sept. 25 – Oct 2nd  Picture day is on Wednesday, October 2nd.  If you did not receive the pamphlet you can pick one up at the office.
Sept. 25 Grade 12 students - Please check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Sept. 25 CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Confederation College – October 29th @ 9 am - Library

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 25 The Dryden Rotary Club is sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO.
   
Sept. 30, Oct 7, 14, 21… There will be a GSA meeting at lunch every Monday at 11:30 in room 206.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place tonight.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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24Sep/13

Eagles TV Episode 1



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23Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Monday, September 23rd, 2013

Sept. 23 The Robotics club meetings are cancelled this week as Mr. Schmidt will be out of the classroom on Monday and Wednesday.  The next meeting will be on Monday,September 30th.
Sept. 23 Randy Russell and Jeff Wise both intercepted a pass on Friday and Liam Wrolstad, Andy Pham and Braydon Hansson all scored touchdowns but it wasn’t enough as Dryden fell 38 – 21 to the Maples.  The next game is in Dryden this Friday against the Elmwood Giants.
Sept. 23 The grade 11 Outdoor Ed class is to meet at Skene landing for canoeing.
Sept. 23 University of Winnipeg will be here this Tuesday.

CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Confederation College – October 29th @ 9 am - Library

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 23 The Dryden Rotary Club is sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO.
Sept. 23  
***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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20Sep/13

Morning Announcements – September 20th, 2013

Sept. 20 & 23 The Robotics club meetings are cancelled next week as Mr. Schmidt will be out of the classroom on Monday and Wednesday.  The next meeting will be on Monday,September 30th.
Sept. 20 Lakehead University will be in the Library this morning @10:30.

University of Winnipeg will be here this Tuesday.

CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 20 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO.
Sept. 20

 

 

Just a reminder that the University of Waterloo Aboriginal Youth Conference applications are due to Mrs. Ambridge today. Applications are in the Guidance office.  The grade 12 trip is at the end of October.
Sept 20 The boys golf team are the NORWOSSA champions for the 4th straight season. The team had their best showing on record with a 4 player team total of 302.

Trey Palermo captured the NORWOSSA gold medal, with Josh Kitt winning silver, Kirk Markowski third, Cam Zappitelli in fourth and Adam Getson in fifth position. Wade Penner recorded his personal best tournament score.

The team now moves on to the NWOSSA championship next week in Geraldton.

***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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20Sep/13

KPDSB School Year Calendar Survey for Families

The KPDSB is conducting a survey to determine start and end dates for the upcoming school year as well as placement of PD days.

We invite you to complete a short (2 question) survey regarding the upcoming school year calendar.

Please click here to complete the survey.

September 19, 2013

Work is currently underway for the development of the 2014-2015 school year calendar and we felt it was important to ask you, the families of our students, for your preferences on start and end dates for the upcoming school year, as well as the scheduling of PD days.

We hope that you can take a couple minutes to answer a short survey (two questions), available through our Board website at www.kpdsb.on.ca indicating your preferences so we can take them to the Regional School Year Calendar Committee (comprised of five area school boards including the KPDSB). The survey will be available until midnight on Sunday, September 29, 2013.

We know how important the link between home and school is and we want to assure our families that your input is invaluable to many of the decisions we make at the Board and school level. We are asking you as a critical stakeholder in our system, and will take your feedback as a direction in the design of next year’s school year calendar.

It is our hope to involve you in as many aspects of your child’s education as possible and we thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.

Sincerely,
Sean Monteith
Director of Education

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20Sep/13

Eagles in the Observer

Check out these cool new features in the Dryden Observer - Eagle's Voice and Athlete of the Week.

Kudos to everyone who worked on these articles!

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17Sep/13

Morning Announcements – September 17th, 2013

Sept. 17 Lakehead University – Friday, September 20th

University of Winnipeg - September 24th

CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 17 Reminder that there will be an information meeting today at 6:30 in room 107 about the trip to Costa Rica on the March break.
Sept. 17 If you are in need of volunteer hours, the Ice Dogs are looking for helpers on game days.  You can sign up at the main office if you are interested.
Sept. 17 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO.
Sept. 17 – 20

Daily

 

Just a reminder that the University of Waterloo Aboriginal Youth Conference applications are due to Mrs. Ambridge this Friday. Applications are in the Guidance office.  The grade 12 trip is at the end of October.
   
Sept 17 & 20 Reminder there is league play tomorrow.  Wear your blue and gold!

(B.Ball tournament on the 20th)

***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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16Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Monday, September 16th, 2013

Sept. 16 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here today – you can sign up at the Guidance Office.

Lakehead University - September 20th

University of Winnipeg - September 24th

CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 16 Reminder that there will be an information meeting tomorrow at 6:30 in room 107 about the trip to Costa Rica on the March break.
Sept.16 Brock Penner will be in the library for tutoring on Tuesday’s from 12 – 12:30  and Thursday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am
Sept. 16 There will be a safe grad meeting tonight at 7 pm in the DHS library.
Sept. 16 The school day will be shortened today and the hours are as follows:

Period One 10:15 to 11:00

Break 11:00 to 11:10

Period Two 11:10 to 12:00

Lunch 12:00 to 1:00

Period Three 1:00 to 2:00

Break 2:00 to 2:10

Period Four 2:10 to 3:10

Sept. 16 If you are in need of volunteer hours, the Ice Dogs are looking for helpers on game days.  You can sign up at the main office if you are interested.
Sept. 16 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO.
Sept. 16 – 20

Daily

 

Just a reminder that the University of Waterloo Aboriginal Youth Conference applications are due to Mrs. Ambridge by Friday, Sept. 20th. Applications are in the Guidance office.  The grade 12 trip is at the end of October.
Sept. 16 There will be a sexual health clinic in the Guidance office every Monday between 11 and 1.  A nurse is available and no appointment is necessary.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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13Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Friday, September 13th, 2013

Sept. 13 The boys golf team continued their good play in Red Lake yesterday placing first in the team competition with a four player team score of 320 - 36 shots better than the nearest competition. Kirk Markowski led the way for the Eagles with a 77 to finish first overall followed by Cam Zappitelli in third place with an 80 and Trey Palermo in fourth with an 81.
Sept. 13

8:50 am

In High School football action in Kenora yesterday, the Eagles defense held the Broncos to 7 points in the first half.  After the break the struggles of Dryden’s offence caught up to the team and Kenora cruised to their first win. The Eagles next play at home is on Friday, Sept. 20th against the Maples Marauders.
Sept. 13

8:50-11:30 & 3:10

Football players volunteering to help paint the field are reminded to be at DHS for 10 am on Saturday!
Sept. 13 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here on Monday.

Lakehead University - September 20th

University of Winnipeg - September 24th

CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 13 Imagine white sand beaches to yourself; kayaking at the foot of a Volcano; zip lining through the rainforest; and learning about, while serving the environment.   This could be you over the March Break.   Bring a parent out to an information meeting about our trip to Costa Rica at 6:30 in room 107 next Tuesday, Sept 17th.
Sept.13 Brock Penner will be in the library for tutoring on Tuesday’s from 12 – 12:30  and Thursday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am
Sept. 13 There will be a safe grad meeting this Monday @7 pm in the library.  This message is for all graduating students, parents and guardians.
Sept. 13 Attention students and teachers.  In order to facilitate teacher learning we will be implementing a late start day once a month for this school year.  On late start days, busses will run at their regular scheduled times and students who are in the building will be supervised.  Dryden High School will have their first late start day on Monday.

The school day will be shortened so the hours are as follows:

Period One 10:15 to 11:00

Break 11:00 to 11:10

Period Two 11:10 to 12:00

Lunch 12:00 to 1:00

Period Three 1:00 to 2:00

Break 2:00 to 2:10

Period Four 2:10 to 3:10

The information letter is in the office if you did not receive one yet.

Sept. 13 If you are in need of volunteer hours, the Ice Dogs are looking for helpers on game days.  You can sign up at the main office if you are interested.
Sept. 13 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior students interested in agriculture and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the versatile agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. Interested students should go to the GO.
   
Sept. 12 There will be a sexual health clinic in the Guidance office every Monday between 11 and 1.  A nurse is available and no appointment is necessary.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians

 

All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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12Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Sept. 12(8:50 & 3:10) Cheerleading tryouts start tomorrow at 7.  Look for the poster in the student square for more dates and times.
Sept. 12 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here on Monday.Lakehead University - September 20th

University of Winnipeg - September 24th

CIP(Ontario Colleges) September 30th- Representatives from several Ontario colleges will be set up in the Cafeteria

Brandon University – October 1st

University of Manitoba – October 7th

UIP (Ontario Universities) – October 8th - Representatives from all Ontario Universities will be set up in the Cafeteria

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 12 - 13 Imagine white sand beaches to yourself; kayaking at the foot of a Volcano; zip lining through the rainforest; and learning about, while serving the environment.   This could be you over the March Break.   Bring a parent out to an information meeting about our trip to Costa Rica at 6:30 in room 107 next Tuesday, Sept 17th.
Sept. 12 - 13 Brock Penner will be in the library for tutoring on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 and Thursday’s from 12 – 12:30.
 Sept. 12  There will be a meeting for the Yearbook Club this today at 11:40 in Room B24.  Please see Mr. P. Darling if you are interested in joining.
Sept. 12 This message is for all graduates.  There will be a safe grad meeting on Monday, Sept 16th at 7 pm in the DHS library.  This is for all parents/guardians and students.
Sept. 12 - 13 Attention students and teachers.  In order to facilitate teacher learning we will be implementing a late start day once per month for this school year.  On late start days busses will still run at their regularly scheduled times and students who are in the building will be supervised.  Dryden High School will have their first late start day on Monday.The school day will be shortened so the hours are as follows:

Period One 10:15 to 11:00

Break 11:00 to 11:10

Period Two 11:10 to 12:00

Lunch 12:00 to 1:00

Period Three 1:00 to 2:00

Break 2:00 to 2:10

Period Four 2:10 to 3:10

Sept. 12 If you did not receive the hand out regarding the late start day on Monday, please come to the office and pick one up.
Sept. 12 If you are in need of volunteer hours, the Ice Dogs are looking for helpers to work the door and pick up pucks.  You can sign up at the main office if you are interested.
Sept. 12 Adventures In Agriculture 2013/14The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring a grade 11 or 12 student to attend Adventures In Agriculture. THIS PROGRAM held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Agribition Livestock Show and Sale held annually in Regina. The program is aimed towards senior High School Students interested in agriculture, and is designed to help broaden knowledge and understanding of the multi-faceted agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world.

Interested students should go to the Guidance Office.

 

Sept. 12 There will be a sexual health clinic in the Guidance office every Monday between 11 and 1.  A nurse is available and no appointment is necessary.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians  All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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11Sep/13

Important Information: KPDSB Secondary Late Start Days

The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board will be implementing late start days once a month this year in all Secondary Schools, so teachers have an opportunity to participate in professional learning. On the late start days buses will continue to run on their regular schedules and students will be supervised within the school when they arrive. Classes will not start until 10:15 on each of these days, and the rest of the day will have shortened periods, so all students will receive their usual classes within the regular school day.

Click here for more information about late start days including schedule and daily timetable.

11Sep/13

Morning Announcements – September 11, 2013

Sept. 11(8:50 & 3:10) Cheerleading tryouts will start this Friday morning at 7.  Look for the poster in the student square for more dates and times.
Sept. 11  Boys hockey tryouts are this weekend. The times are posted in the office and it is $20.00 to try out.
Sept. 11 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here on September 16thLakehead University will be here on September 20th

University of Winnipeg will be here on September 24th

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 11 - 13 Imagine white sand beaches to yourself; kayaking at the foot of a Volcano; zip lining through the rainforest; and learning about, while serving the environment.   This could be you over the March Break.   Bring a parent out to an information meeting about our trip to Costa Rica at 6:30 in room 107 next Tuesday, Sept 17th.
Sept. 11 - 13 Brock Penner will be in the library for tutoring on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 and Thursday’s from 12 – 12:30.
 Sept. 11-12(8:50,noon & 3:10) There will be a meeting for the Yearbook Club this Thursday at 11:40 in Room B24.  Please see Mr. P. Darling if you are interested in joining.
Sept. 11 This message is for all graduates.  There will be a safe grad meeting on Monday, Sept 16th at 7 pm in the DHS library.  This is for all parents/guardians and students.
    
Sept. 11 There will be a sexual health clinic in the Guidance office every Monday between 11 and 1.  A nurse is available and no appointment is necessary.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians  All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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10Sep/13

Morning Announcements – September 10, 2013

Sept. 10-11(8:50 & 3:10) Cheerleader team tryouts will start this Friday morning at 7.  Look for the poster in the student square for more dates and times.
Sept. 10  Boys hockey tryouts will be this weekend. The times are posted in the office and it is $20.00 to try out.
Sept. 10 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here on September 16thLakehead University will be here on September 20th

University of Winnipeg will be here on September 24th

Signup sheets are in the guidance office and a complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 10 - 13 Imagine white sand beaches to yourself; kayaking at the foot of a Volcano; zip lining through the rainforest; and learning about, while serving the environment.   This could be you over the March Break.   Bring a parent out to an information meeting about our trip to Costa Rica at 6:30 in room 107 next Tuesday, Sept 17th.
 Sept. 10   Please come out to the first meeting of the school year for the SAVE group in the high school library on Tues at 3:10 it is a great way to get involved in DHS and get your volunteer hours!! Hope to see you there!
Sept. 10 - 13 Brock will be in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 and Thursday’s from 12 – 12:30.
 Sept. 10-11-12(8:50,noon & 3:10) There will be a meeting of the DHS Yearbook Club on Thursday, September 12th at 11:40 in Room B24.  Please see Mr. P. Darling if you are interested in joining.
    
Sept. 10 There will be a sexual health clinic in the Guidance office every Monday between 11 and 1.  A nurse is available and no appointment is necessary.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians  All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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9Sep/13

Morning Announcements – September 9, 2013

Sept. 9 On Friday we sent home three different handouts for students to take home.  If your class missed all three or some of the handouts or if you were absent on Friday, please come to the office to pick them up. 
Sept. 9 The Eagles Football team opened and closed the scoring at Daniel Mac on Friday but the more experienced Winnipeg team managed a 27 – 13 win.  The Eagles travel to Kenora on Thursday as they look to even their record.
Sept. 9-10-11(8:50 & 3:10) Cheerleader team tryouts will start this Friday morning at 7 am.  Look for the poster in the student square for more dates and times.
Sept. 9  Boys hockey tryouts will be the weekend of Sept. 14th.  The times are posted in the office and it is $20.00 to try out.
Sept. 9 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here on September 16thLakehead University will be here on September 20th

University of Winnipeg will be here on September 24th

Signup sheets are in the guidance office.

A complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

Sept. 9 There will be a sexual health clinic in the Guidance office every Monday between 11 and 1.  A nurse is available and no appointment is necessary.
Sept. 9 - 13 Imagine white sand beaches to yourself; kayaking at the foot of a Volcano; zip lining through the rainforest; and learning about, while serving the environment.   This could be you over March Break.   Bring a parent out to an information meeting about our trip to Costa Rica at 6:30pm in room 107 next Tuesday; Sept 17th.
 Sept. 9   Please come out to the first meeting of the school year for the SAVE group in the high school library on Tues at 3:10 it is a great way to get involved in DHS and get your volunteer hours!! Hope to see you there!
Sept. 9 - 13 Brock will be in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 and Thursday’s from 12 – 12:30.
Sept. 9 The DHS boys golf team kicked off their season in impressive fashion placing 1st at Eagles Landing with 5 players shooting in the 70’s. The team was led by Trey Palermo placing first in the individual competition with a 75, followed by Josh Kitt in second with a 76 and Adam Getson tied for third at 77.
Sept. 9 Mr. Lalonde’s PAL (Volleyball/basketball) class will meet in the small gym today.
***Message to all Parents/Guardians  All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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5Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Sept. 5, 2013

Sept. 5-6  Boys hockey tryouts will be the weekend of Sept. 14th.  The times are posted in the office and there will be a $20.00 to try out.
Sept. 5-6 

 

Reminder that the deadline to sign up for girls hockey is tomorrow at 3:00 pm.  You must have your $20 ice fee paid before tryouts start.
 Sept. 5 There will be representatives for the Aboriginal University/College tour here on September 16th.   

Lakehead University will be here on September 20th

 

University of Winnipeg will be here on September 24th

 

Signup sheets are in the guidance office.

 

A complete list of all presentations is posted by the guidance office.

***Message to all Parents/Guardians  All parents and guardians are invited to the first School Council meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Hope to see you there.
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3Sep/13

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, September 3rd

Sept. 3 - 4

 

Boys hockey tryouts will be the weekend of Sept. 14th.  If you are interested, sign up at the main office on the counter.  There will be a $20.00 fee for those trying out.
Sept. 3

 

 

Girls hockey tryouts begin on September 6.  For all the dates and times and to sign-up, please come to the main office.  The cost is $20.
Sept. 3 Mr. Zilkans Pd. 2 rec class is at Sandy Beach for baseball today.  If you need a ride, please go to the back doors by the small gym.
Sept. 3 If you do not have a locker yet or if there is a gold lock on your locker from last year, please come to the office and see Mrs. Brickman