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22May/14

Morning Announcements – Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

May 22 Encounters With Canada is offering a summer travel opportunity to students who either have been born outside of Canada or who have at least one parent who have been born outside of Canada.  If you’d like to find out more about this great chance to travel inside Canada come to the library Friday at 11:30 for more information.
May 22 Co-op highway clean-up is tomorrow.  All Coop students are to meet in room 136 period1.  Remember to dress accordingly.  Pizza will be served for lunch.
May 22- 26 You can still get your ribbon in the main office or locations around town to show your support and increase awareness of important issues, and to remember not to drive impaired!Bring your completed survey forms to the main office or other designated locations around town & your name may be drawn for a prize from various business on May 27th.
May 22 The Athletic Awards Banquet is on Thursday, May 29th @ 6 pm & tickets are on sale now in the physed office and the main office.  They are $10 each for a catered supper and awards presentation.  The theme is black and white – please keep it classy.  All athletes and parents are welcome.
May 22 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here!  Are you behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits?  DHS has numerous summer school opportunities like independent study, cooperative education, French immersion, and others, that could suit your needs.  Please contact the DHS guidance department to register!
May 22 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August.  The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 22 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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20May/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

May 20 Are you participating in Con Camp this week?   Have you checked the weather yet?   I would make sure I have rain gear, a hat, sunscreen, bug spray and rubber boots with me, as we will be outside, rain or shine.
May 20 Due to the weather forecast, Co-op highway clean-up is postponed until Friday, May 23rd during blocks A & B.
May 20 The DHS boy’s golf team placed 7th out of 19 teams at the Virginia, Minnesota Invitational on Friday. Kirk Markowski was named to the All-Tournament team finishing 5th out of 103 competitors with a score of 75. Cam Zappitelli placed 22nd with an 81, Josh Brunton 35th, Trey Palermo 45th and Wade Penner 73rd.
May 20 This message is for Gr. 12 grads –If you were unable to read the grad clothing order form that was given out a the assembly, there are clearer copies in the office that show the clothing options better.  These forms are due back on or before Monday, May 26th.
May 20 There will be an OntStudents Against Impaired Drivers meeting at lunch in the upper video conference room today.
May 20-21 Just a reminder that Thursdayis a late start day. Pd. 1 begins at 10:15
May 20- 26 You can still get your ribbon in the main office or locations around town to show your support and increase awareness of important issues, and to remember not to drive impaired!When you tie a ribbon on your purse, pants, car, or anywhere visible and fill out a survey, you have a chance of winning some amazing prizes!  Bring your completed survey forms to the main office or other designated locations around town & your name may be drawn for a prize from various business on May 27th.
May 20 The Athletic Awards Banquet is on Thursday, May 29th @ 6 pm & tickets are on sale now in the physed office and the main office.  They are $10 each for a catered supper and awards presentation.  The theme is black and white – please keep it classy.  All athletes and parents are welcome.
May 20 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here!  Are you behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits?  DHS has numerous summer school opportunities like independent study, cooperative education, French immersion, and others, that could suit your needs.  Please contact the DHS guidance department to register!
May 20 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August.  The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 20 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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16May/14

19th Annual DHS Pow Wow

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15May/14

Morning Announcements – Thursday, May 15th, 2014

May 15 The exam schedule is in the office if you have not received one yet.
May 15-21 Just a reminder that next Thursday, May 22nd is a late start day. Pd. 1 begins at 10:15
May 15 If you need some volunteer hours, you can help out with the mini pow-wow to help set up at lunch hour and put away chairs after the feast at 3:30 pm.  You can sign up at the office.
May 15 - 26 The Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving ‘tie one on’ campaign invites everyone to have a safe and healthy May long weekend!  Get your ribbon in the main office or locations around town to show your support and increase awareness of important issues, and to remember not to drive impaired!When you tie a ribbon on your purse, pants, car, or anywhere visible and fill out a survey, you have a chance of winning some amazing prizes!    Bring your completed survey forms to the main office or other designated locations around town – your name may be drawn for a prize from various business on May 27th.  Let’s change the meaning of tie one on this May long!
May 15 The Athletic Awards Banquet is on Thursday, May 29th @ 6 pm & tickets are on sale now in the physed office and the main office.  They are $10 each for a catered supper and awards presentation.  The theme is black and white – please keep it classy.  All athletes and parents are welcome.
May 15 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here!  Are you behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits?  DHS has numerous summer school opportunities like independent study, cooperative education, French immersion, and others, that could suit your needs.  Please contact the DHS guidance department to register!
May 15 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August.  The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 15 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 15 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 15 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.
May 15 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 15 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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14May/14

Morning Announcements – May 14th, 2014

May 15-21 Just a reminder that next Thursday May 22nd is a late start day. Pd. 1 begins at 10:15
May 14 Students interested in trying out for football can get equipment and a locker today at lunch or after school.  Please go to the football room downstairs by the weight room.
May 14-15 If you need some volunteer hours, you can help out with the mini pow-wow to help set up at lunch hour and put away chairs after the feast at 3:30 pm.  You can sign up at the office.
May 15 - 26 The Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving ‘tie one on’ campaign invites everyone to have a safe and healthy May long weekend!  Get your ribbon in the main office or locations around town to show your support and increase awareness of important issues, and to remember not to drive impaired!When you tie a ribbon on your purse, pants, car, or anywhere visible and fill out a survey, you have a chance of winning some amazing prizes!    Bring your completed survey forms to the main office or other designated locations around town – your name may be drawn for a prize from various business on May 27th.  Let’s change the meaning of tie one on this May long!
May 14 Lunch meeting today for the Mock Trial Team in room 116.  New members still welcome.
May 14 This message is for teachers:  the sign-up sheet for the mini pow wow is at the mailboxes.
May 14 - The Athletic Awards Banquet is on Thursday, May 29th @ 6 pm & tickets are on sale now in the physed office and the main office.  They are $10 each for a catered supper and awards presentation.  The theme is black and white – please keep it classy.  All athletes and parents are welcome.
May 14 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here!  Are you behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits?  DHS has numerous summer school opportunities like independent study, cooperative education, French immersion, and others, that could suit your needs.  Please contact the DHS guidance department to register!  
May 14 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August. It focuses on leadership, developmental topics of interest and recreational activities. The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. There are two camp sessions this summer. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 14 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 14 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 14 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 14 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.
May 14 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 14 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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13May/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

May 13-14 This message is for teachers:  the sign-up sheet for the mini pow wow is at the mailboxes.
May 13 - The Athletic Awards Banquet is on Thursday, May 29th @ 6 pm & tickets are on sale now in the physed office and the main office.  They are $10 each for a catered supper and awards presentation.  The theme is black and white – please keep it classy.  All athletes and parents are welcome.
May 13 The DHS Science Dept welcomes the “Science Travels” team from Ottawa.  The team will be doing activities and presentations with a number of science classes today.
May 13 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here!  Are you behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits?  DHS has numerous summer school opportunities like independent study, cooperative education, French immersion, and others, that could suit your needs.  Please contact the DHS guidance department to register!  
May 13 It doesn’t matter what your reasons are for checking out Belize.   Travel provides all of us with differing opportunities and many rewards.   Whether you want to check out monkeys and sloths, crocodiles and sharks, fish or birds, learn about ancient civilizations, relax on a beach, go zip lining above the jungle or meet students in a local school visit. This trip over March Break will be a safe way to experience another country and still seek out once in a life time adventures.   If this sounds interesting then be sure to show up to the information meeting tonight, Tuesday May 13th at 7:00pm in room 107.
May 13 The Gay Straight Alliance meeting will be today at lunch and the Ontario Students Against Impaired Drivers meeting will be tomorrow at lunch in the upper video conference room.
May 13 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August. It focuses on leadership, developmental topics of interest and recreational activities. The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. There are two camp sessions this summer. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 13 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 13 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 13 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 13 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.
May 13 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 13 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
12May/14

Morning Announcements – Monday, May 12th, 2014

May 12 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August. It focuses on leadership, developmental topics of interest and recreational activities. The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. There are two camp sessions this summer. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 12 Belize has an exciting history, geography, and environment for you to experience.  You’ll get to see a lot of different plants and wildlife as we hike through the jungle, cruise along the rivers, and snorkel along barrier reefs.  If this sounds interesting then come out to the information meeting tomorrow night at 7:00pm in room 107.
May 12 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 12 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 12 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 12 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.
May 12 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 9 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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7May/14

Morning Announcements – Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

May 7 For students who have handed in their consent form for Conservation Camp, there is a short, but mandatory meeting at 11:30 on Friday in room 137.  If you are unable to attend, please contact Mr. Schmidt ahead of time.  If you haven’t handed in your form yet, or are interested in attending this year’s camp, see Mr. Schmidt immediately.
May 7 Do you like science?   Do you like outdoor education?   Imagine learning about your favorite topics from Belize in Central America.   Experiencing different ecosystems and the impacts of tourism on the environment while experiencing adventures such as cave tubing, zip lining and snorkelling.   If you think this might be how you’d like to spend next March Break; learning about these and other subjects; then come out to the information meeting on Tuesday May 13th at 7:00pm in room 107.
May 7 TRILLIUM DATABASE will not be available Thursday from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM.  Please make sure you are logged out of Trillium before 4:30.
May 7 Any badminton players with anything left in the team lockers downstairs are to remove them by Thursday at 3:30.  The lockers will be reassigned.
May 7 Did you miss the football meeting yesterday?  It’s not too late – see Mr. Zilkalns or any other player from last year for the next step.  There is no harm in trying.
May 7 Co-op students are reminded that there is an in class day tomorrow (Thurs) in room 126.
May 7 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 7 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 7 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 7 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.
May 7 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 7 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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6May/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

May 6 “Invitations to the 2014 conservation camp have been handed out.  Students who received one are reminded to get the consent form to Mr Schmidt by Monday in order to secure your spot.  Any students who did not receive an invitation, but are interested in attending, can pick up an application in room 137.  These will fill empty spots on a first come first served basis, so don’t delay!  Meals are provided, and there is no cost to attend.  The camp runs Wednesday and Thursday, May 21st and 22nd.”
May 6 London Ambassadors are reminded of the meeting in room 118 at 6:30 tonight.
May 6 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 6 & 7 Reminder for students participating in or curious about the Mock Trial team, can come to a lunch meeting tomorrow(Wed) @ 11:30 in Room 116.
May 6 There is anOnt Students Against Impaired Drivers meeting today at lunch in the Upper Video Conf. room.
May 6 The Eagles Track & Field will hold the 1st annual Eagles Decathlon starting today@ 3:30.Find out more about it on the posters in student square.
May 6 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 6 Are you interested in traveling to Belize next year?  There will be another meetingon Tuesday, May 13th.Hope to see you there!
May 6 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 6 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.
May 6 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 6 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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5May/14

Morning Announcements – Monday, May 5th

May 5 There is a very important GSA meeting today at 11:30 in the Upper Video Conf. room.
May 5-6 The Eagles Track & Field will hold the 1st annual Eagles Decathlon starting Tuesday, May 6th after school.
May 5 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 5 Are you interested in traveling to Belize next year?  There will be another meetingon Tuesday, May 13th.Hope to see you there!
May5 Students wanting to travel to Spain on 2015 can still see Mr. Markham for more information.
May 5 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 5 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.
May 5 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Two new bursaries have been added to our local bursary/scholarship website.They are the Dryden Girls Hockey bursary and the Eagles Nest Scholarship.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 5 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.
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