|Oct. 7, 8||Professor Harold Hill’s in town, Dryden High’s gonna have a boys band and by golly she needs it today. That’s right, we are putting on the Music Man and you can be a part of it. If you think you want to act, sing or dance in this musical, then come watch the movie on Thursday after school. Stay tuned for announcements about auditions.|
|Oct. 6 – 8||There will be a brief boys hockey meeting Thursday @ 11:30 in room 210.|
|Oct. 6 – 8||Eagles athletes who’ve sold their Eagle cards completely, can turn in their money to Mr. Zilkalns or Mrs. Gardam in the Phys. Ed. office.|
|Oct. 6 – 23||If you would like to order a picture package from your student card picture, pick up an order form and phone number to call in the main office. You must pay your student fee in order to receive your student card. Picture retake day is Friday October 23rd.|
|Oct. 2 – 23||The Children’s Resource Centre is looking for student volunteers. For more information come to the main office.|
|Oct. 7 – 16||Attention Graduating Students. If you are interested in ordering a grad ring this year, representatives from Intergold will be at DHS on Oct. 20th & 21st. Sign up in the main office for a fitting & pick up a brochure.|
|Sept. 30 – Oct. 15||Rotary International is offering a program for qualifying grade 11 & 12 students that are interested in Agriculture. This opportunity includes an all expenses paid trip to Regina from November 25 – 29. Deadline to apply is October 16th. See Mr. Desautels in the guidance office for more details.|
|Oct. 5, 6||Would you like to earn some volunteer hours? This years community and school Anti-violence Campaign is looking for students to help this year. Come out and see what it is about on Tues. Oct. 6 at 3:30 in the library.|
Dryden Rotary International will be presenting an information meeting for DHS students interested in participating in an educational exchange. Ms. Janet Pilozow will be in the school library on Friday October 9/09 at 9:00am to lead the information meeting.
Interested applicants will need to submit their applications before October 30/09.
For further information, students can speak to Mme Lovenuk.
Students in grades 5-12 are invited to enter A&E’s ‘Lives that make a Difference’ essay contest by writing and submitting an original essay in 300 words or less on who they think made the greatest impact on Canadian society in 2009.