Morning Announcements – Feb. 24, 2012

Feb. 24 OFSAA Nordic Ski team have landed in the top half of the pack in Junior Boys skiing at the OFSAA Final in Huntsville.  After the first day of races, Luke Smith placed 85th, Brayden Davis came in 131st and Ilya Perkins right behind him in 132nd spot.  It was a very competitive race and our boys did great.  Today, will be the team relay races which will run right through the main street of Huntsville, where last night over 150 dumptruck loads of fresh snow were hauled in and the groomers worked hard to prepare the course all night.  Should be a competitive, but fun race.
Feb. 24 Just a reminder of the SAVE meeting on Monday at 3:10 in the library.  Come out and help plan Pink Day 2012.  Also a great way to earn some volunteer hours.
Feb. 24 The girls hockey playoffs start tonight.  Come cheer on our girls as they take on the Fort Frances Muskies.  Puck drop is at 6:30.
Feb. 24 Tyler Langlais, a former Eagle who now plays football at the University of Calgary, will be at the small gym today at 11:30.  Any DHS football players wanting to learn some footwork drills or more about higher level football are welcome to join him.
Feb. 24 Attention members of the Jr. Girls Volleyball & Jr. & Sr. Boys Basketball & Cheerleading teams.  Please clean out your lockers in the change rooms by this Friday @ 3:30 including garbage in garbage cans.  Leave the locks in the locker.
Feb. 24 The Dryden Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Adventures in Technology, which is a 6 day event running from Sunday April 29th to Saturday May 4th, 2012.  One DHS student will be chosen to join students from across Western Canada for an intense exploration of advanced technology, research development and applications.  This is a highly academic program having students visit some of Canada’s finest corporations and research facilities.  If you would like to be considered for this program or wish to nominate another student, please forward the name to Guidance.  Deadline for applications is Wed., March 14th.  For more information, contact Guidance.