Morning Announcements ~ Wed. Oct. 9/19

Three wins in Fort Frances for the Eagles yesterday!!! Senior boys’ volleyball dropped the first set but won the next 2, junior Volleyball won their 3rd set also. Junior girls’ basketball defeated the muskies by 6 points. All teams are in action Tomorrow here in Dryden at 5pm
The golf team finished their season at NWOSSA in Terrace Bay yesterday, congratulations to Lauren Bell on winning the bronze medal and to the team on a 4th place finish.
Just a few more days to sign up for the Terry Fox car show this FRIDAY. There are only 20 spots so hurry up and save your spot if you’d like to show off your car!  
Don’t forget to come to the student square today at lunch to sign up your dodgeball team for the tournament on Friday. All proceeds will go to Terry Fox  
The group meeting is TODAY at lunch in room 116 – Promoting positive mental health at DHS  
Sign Language meeting is on TOMORROW, Oct. 10 at lunch in room 116– Come learn the basics of American Sign Language  
Reminder to Mrs. Paquin’s art classes to bring their sketchbooks and a pencil to class and we will be leaving for the museum at the beginning of class.  
To students attending the Career Fair in Sioux Lookout tomorrow-You MUST hand in your permission slips by noon today.  Seating is limited.  
Can you imagine strolling through the Swiss Alps and then dipping your toe into the Mediterranean Sea?  All this and more is available to you on the DHS Ambassadors trip of a lifetime to the Mediterranean Coast and the Swiss Alps in March 2021.  If you missed yesterday’s information meeting, no worries; there’s still time to get involved and take advantage of EF Tours early bird pricing.  Come to next week’s information meeting at lunch (11:30) on Thursday, October 17 in room 109 or see Mrs. Jones also in room 109.  There will be an official recruitment meeting for parents and students on Wednesday, October 23 at 6:30 in room 109.  Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!  
Rotary’s Short Term Exchange Program is an excellent way to spend your summer, expand your horizons, and to meet new friends.  The deadline for Rotary’s Short Term Exchange Program is Friday, Oct 18th.  Applications may be picked up in the Guidance Office or the Library.  For further information, please contact Rotarian Leanna Bullock at 223-5831 or see MS. Wendy in the Guidance Office.
Students needing Community Involvement Hours. The Catholic Women’s League is holding their Tea and Bazaar on October 26th. If you are interested in volunteering, please come down to the office for more information.