Morning Announcements – Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Apr. 23 There will be a boys and girls golf team meeting today at 11:30 in room 138.
Apr. 23 – 25 Students interests in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
Apr. 23 Congratulations to the Eagles Track and Field Team for a great performance on Tuesday.  The Dryden Eagles Track and Field kicked off the 2014 outdoor season today, taking on the best teams from Northern Minnesota in International Falls, MN.  The DHS Eagles Girls team captured second overall, with Eagles Boys taking third in the overall boys category.  Top performers of the day included Andie Wood, Kirk Markowski, Elisa Mawby, Chelsea Martel, Michael Hodgkinson,and Jacob Benson.  The team will return to Baudette, MN for a rematch on Friday May 2nd.
Apr. 23 The Gay Straight Alliance has a very important meeting today at 12 noon in the upper video conference room.   All members are to attend.
Apr. 23 How do you want to spend next year’s March Break?  Imagine; white sand beaches, snorkeling, zip-lining through the rainforest canopy and visiting a howler monkey sanctuary and Mayan Ruins.  You can travel to Belize with DHS during March Break 2015.  Come out to the parent/student information meeting on Monday April 28th at 7pm in room 107 to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Apr. 23 The Department of Aboriginal Education at Lakehead University is offering the Honours Bachelor of Education Program which is a four year program with emphasis on teaching Aboriginal children.  Applications are available in the guidance office.
Apr. 23 Potential Grad 12 graduates –You must have a cap & gown to walk across the stage.  Your $25.00 payment and form is due at the office by Friday.
Apr. 23 This message is for grade 12 students – the local scholarships and bursaries are now available.  Go to dhseagles.com and click on the guidance tab.  If you have any questions please go to the guidance office.
Apr. 23 A Rainy River Community College representative will be here on Tuesday, April 29th @ 9:00 am in the Library.  They will be discussing scholarship opportunities and earning the first 2 years of a University degree.  Any Gr. 11 or 12 students interested can sign up in the GO.
Apr. 23 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Apr. 23 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
Apr. 23 Any students age 16 & up who would need some volunteer hours and would be interested in helping serve at the buffet tables at the “Shake your Booty” event at the arena on Fri. May 9th, please come to the office for contact information.

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Apr. 22 There will be a very important Gay Straight Alliance and OntStudents Against Impaired Drivers meeting today at lunch in the upper video conference room.  All members are asked to attend.
Apr. 22 How do you want to spend next year’s March Break?  Imagine; white sand beaches, snorkeling, zip-lining through the rainforest canopy and visiting a howler monkey sanctuary and Mayan Ruins.  You can travel to Belize with DHS during March Break 2015.  Come out to the parent/student information meeting on Monday April 28th at 7pm in room 107 to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Apr. 22 Reminder that tomorrow is a late start date – Pd. 1 will begin at 10:15 am
Apr. 22 Representatives from Red River College and University of Manitoba will be here today to discuss Aboriginal Programming. This presentation will be in the Library from 2:00-3:00.Interested students can sign up in the Guidance Office.
Apr. 22 The Department of Aboriginal Education at Lakehead University is offering the Honours Bachelor of Education Program which is a four year program with emphasis on teaching Aboriginal children.  Applications are available in the guidance office.
Apr. 22 Potential Grad 12 graduates –You must have a cap & gown to walk across the stage.  Your $25.00 payment and form is due at the office by Friday.
Apr. 22 This message is for grade 12 students – the local scholarships and bursaries are now available.  Go to dhseagles.com and click on the guidance tab.  If you have any questions please go to the guidance office.
Apr. 22 A Rainy River Community College representative will be here on Tuesday, April 29th @ 9:00 am in the Library.  They will be discussing scholarship opportunities and earning the first 2 years of a University degree.  Any Gr. 11 or 12 students interested can sign up in the GO.
Apr. 22 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Apr. 22 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
Apr. 22 Any students age 16 & up who would need some volunteer hours and would be interested in helping serve at the buffet tables at the “Shake your Booty” event at the arena on Fri. May 9th, please come to the office for contact information.

Morning Announcements – Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Apr 16 Are you interested in developing your leadership skills?  Would you like to see “MORE” here at DHS? If either of these appeal to you, please come to a lunch meeting today at 11:30 in room 124B or see Mrs. Tremonti if you would like more information.
Apr. 16 A reminder for Mrs. Ambridge and Mrs. Palermo’s careers classes are to meet in the Library at 11:30 today.
Apr 16 Any students age 16 & up who would need some volunteer hours and would be interested in helping serve at the buffet tables at the “Shake your Booty” event at the arena on Fri. May 9th, please come to the office for contact information.
Apr. 16 Representatives from Red River College and University of Manitoba will be here to discuss Aboriginal Programming. This presentation will be in the Library Tues. Apr.22nd from 2:00-3:00.Interested students can sign up in the Guidance Office.
Apr. 16 The Mock Trial team will be meeting at lunch in room 116 today.

Anyone still interested in joining the team is welcome to attend the meeting.The Mock Trial team will be competing against Sioux Lookout this spring in Dryden. Please see Mrs. Palermo if you have any questions.

Apr. 16 Are you interested in starting up your own business this summer?  Do you want free money to start it up?  Then come to the library today at lunch or visit Andrea between 10:30 – 11:30 to learn about summer company.
Apr. 16 The Department of Aboriginal Education at Lakehead University is offering the Honours Bachelor of Education Program which is a four year program with emphasis on teaching Aboriginal children.  Applications are available in the guidance office.
Apr. 16 Potential Grad 12 graduates – you must come to the office to pick up a form to order your cap and gown.  The cost is $25.00 which must be paid when you hand in your form. Forms are due April 25th!  You must have a cap & gown to walk across the stage.
Apr. 16 This message is for grade 12 students – the local scholarships and bursaries are now available.  Go to dhseagles.com and click on the guidance tab.  If you have any questions please go to the guidance office.
Apr. 16 A Rainy River Community College representative will be here on Tuesday, April 29th @ 9:00 am in the Library.  They will be discussing scholarship opportunities and earning the first 2 years of a University degree.  Any Gr. 11 or 12 students interested can sign up in the GO.
Apr. 16 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
Apr. 16 The Dryden Mission is still looking for some volunteers!  Please come to the office for contact info.
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