|Dec 17||Are you interested in pursuing a career in policing? If so head down to room 119 at 11:30 a.m. today for a lunch and learn with Chief of Police Rob Davis—lunch provided.|
|Dec 17||Subway is closing at 1:00 pm today.|
|Dec 17||Emmy Arsenault scored 3 goals to lead the girls hockey team to a 3 – 2 win over the TA Saints last night. Come out and watch the girls play the eagles alumni on Sunday, December 28th. Game times to follow.|
|Dec 17 – 19||The lost and found is hanging in the student square. Any items not claimed by Friday will be taken to the Mission.|
|Dec 17-18||Cake pops will be sold this Thursday at lunch in the student square. They are $2.00 each or three for $5.00. Please help support the food bank and the Hoshizaki House.|
|Dec 17-18||Come and get your Christmas shopping all finished up with a trip to the Eagle’s Nest. There are lots of great gift ideas. Many items are on sale and gift certificates are available.|
|Dec 17||Students you can have your say about your education…Apply now for the 2015-16 Minister’s Student Advisory Council. This is a group of about 60 students from publicly funded schools all across the province. They share their ideas and advice with the Minister of Education. If you are interested, please see Mrs. McConnachie, Mr. Bartlett or Ms. McMaster.|
|Dec 17||If you are looking for volunteer hours, the Vermilion Bay Lions Club is looking for volunteers for 4 weekends to help with luncheons, starting January 31st. For contact information stop by the main office or guidance office|
|Dec 17||Grade 11 students planning to attend Confederation College after graduation can apply for the Confederation Bound - Early Acceptance program. Stop by the guidance office for more information and applications.|
|Dec 17||This message is for Grade 12 students - for the latest scholarship and bursary information, please check out the DHS website or stop by the Guidance office for more information.|
|Dec 17||Grade 12 students it is time to start applying to university and college. If you need help, please stop by the guidance office.|
Webcast of the December 16 games vs. Fort Frances
On Friday, December 5, 2014, the Dryden Junior Boys Basketball team travelled to Fort Frances to compete in the annual Muskie Junior Basketball tournament. The tournament featured 8 teams from across Northwestern Ontario and Minnesota.
Dryden’s first game was against a tough Atikokan team, which they lost 48-47 on a buzzer beater three point shot. Leading all Dryden scorers in the first game was Mike Bell with 12 points.
In their second game, Dryden would face host Fort Frances, losing 45-29. Leading all scorers was Jacob Bilous with 6 points.
The stage was then set for a battle for 7th place with the Queen Elizabeth Warriors from Sioux Lookout. Dryden won 67-36. Leading all scorers in the win was Thomas Moline with 17 points, and Joel Ottertail contributing 12.
Dryden will practice this week, and opens their regular season on Tuesday, December 16, hosting the Fort Frances Muskies at 1:30pm.
Full Game tape - vs. Atikokan
Full results of tournament - story_fort_tournament
|Dec 4||The girls hockey team improved to 4 – 0 on the season with a 3 -2 win over Fort Frances last night. Come out next Tuesday as the girls take on the Beaver Brae Broncos at the Dryden arena.|
|Dec 4||The guest list is in the office for the Snowball Dance.|
|Dec 4||The exam schedule can be picked up in the office if you did not receive one.|
|Dec 4||Reminder of the yoga class today at 3:45 for the staff at Carly’s studio.|
|Dec 4||Grade 11 students planning to attend Confederation College after graduation can apply for the Confederation Bound - Early Acceptance program. Stop by the guidance office for more information and applications.|
|Dec 4||Please come to the garage sale at 10:00 am on Saturday in the student square to help send our French Immersion class to Quebec for Carnaval. There will be lots of great items to buy.|
|Dec 4||Picture re-take student cards have arrived and can be picked up at the office if your student fees are paid.|
|Dec 4||This message is for Grade 12 students - for the latest scholarship and bursary information, please check out the DHS website or stop by the Guidance office for more information.|
|Dec 4||Grade 12 students it is time to start applying to university and college. If you need help, please stop by the guidance office.|
The Eagles Nest will be holding their annual parent shopping night Wednesday, December 3 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. This is an opportunity for parents to purchase some of the great spirit wear the Eagles Nest has to offer.
Get ahead on your Christmas shopping and spread Eagles Spirit! Gift Certificates also available.
Wednesday, December 3 from 5 p.m. - 8p.m.