New faces at DHS – 2016-17

Judy Barratt, Teacher/ Mentor/ Tutor

Judy is a teacher with Keewaytinook Okimakanak (KO) board of Education and KPDSB, and is at Dryden High school as teacher/mentor/tutor for incoming KO students.  Judy has experience as a classroom teacher in Fort Severn and Bearskin communities, as well as First Nations student success positions KERC and KNET in Sioux Lookout.  Judy moved to Dryden in 2013, and is excited to be at Dryden High School.




Kristin Meadows, Classroom Teacher

Kristin is returning to DHS, having taught in both Dryden and Sioux Lookout over the past 7.5 years.  Kristin is at Dryden High School as a classroom teacher of Geography and History.  Kristin is a lifelong resident of Dryden, along with her husband and three children.  “Of course I’m excited to be here” says Kristin on her new role here at DHS.




Greg Wilson, Classroom Teacher

Greg comes to Dryden High School with experience teaching in Ontario and the Northwest Territories. Greg will be teaching Math and Computer Science at DHS.  Greg moved to Dryden with his wife and children in August, and he is excited to start working at Dryden High School.




Andrew Quistberg, Head of Maintenance

Andrew comes to DHS from Crolancia School in Pickle Lake.  With the job, Andrew is moving back to Dryden, as he was a student at Dryden High School before graduating from Lakeview HS in Thunder Bay.  Andrew is re-joining some of his extended family here in Dryden. Andrew is absolutely excited to be here, and meeting all of the great staff at DHS.