Morning Announcements – Thursday, November 6th

Nov. 6 Reminder to staff of the yoga class after school at 3:45 at Carly’s studio.
Nov. 6 Football players are asked to come to a brief year end meeting today at 11:30 in Room 138.  Items to be discussed include topics for last season and next.
Nov. 6 If there are any students who would like to write the intermediate or senior University of Waterloo math contest on November 20th, please see Mr. Carter in room 216.  It is open to all students.
Nov. 6 Are you an Aboriginal youth living in north-western Ontario?  Are you interested in a challenging summer experience that delivers hands-on skills development, encourages teamwork, provides physical fitness and promotes cultural awareness?  Bold Eagle is the program for you! It is a unique summer employment program that combines Aboriginal culture and teachings with military training. For more information head to the Four Directions Room # 119 on Friday, Nov. 28th at 11:30 am and lunch is included.
Nov. 6 Salut DHS!  Come eat at the Trans Canada restaurant tonight to help support our grade 11 & 12 french class Quebec trip.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to funding our voyage! Merci beacoup!
Nov. 6 “The Dryden Ski Club is currently in the process of hiring students as lifties, rental shop technicians and instructors for the upcoming season.  All interested applicants, including past employees must email a short cover letter and resume to:  For more information, check the webpage at or our facebook page.”
Nov. 6 There are a few seats left for the spectator bus travelling to the court sports playoffs in Kenora tomorrow.  Permission sheets are available in the phys ed office.
Nov. 6 Student cards can be picked up at the office if your student fees are paid.
Nov. 6 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.
Nov. 6 Grade 12 students it is time to start applying to university and college.  If you need help, please stop by the guidance office.