Morning Announcements – May 17, 2011

May 17 – 20 Anyone looking to get volunteer hours @ the Relay for Life, please sign your name on the list in the main office.  This event is Friday, June 3rd.
May 17 There will be a brief but mandatory meeting for all Conservation Camp applicants today @ the beginning of lunch in room 137.  Contact Mr. Schmidt if you are unable to attend.
May 17 Students interested in earning volunteer hours umpping for Dryden Minor Softball, contact Darcy Spalding at 223-3324.
May 17 Grade 12 graduating students…graduation is less than 2 months away.  Orders for your cap and gown can be  placed here in the office.  $25.00 will reserve a cap and gown…a requirement for walking across the stage.  If you are choosing not to attend the graduation ceremonies, a form must be filled out indicating a cap and gown will not be required.  Deadline is April 21st.
May 17 Attention to students who have not yet returned the green Consent to Release Personal Information form that was in with your report cards, please return this form as soon as possible.  Without this consent form, your picture will not be in the yearbook.  If you need a form, there are extras here in the main office. 

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New: Tara Realini Memorial Bursary

 The Grade 12-DHS Class of 1988 is awarding a $250 bursary to a student in their final year of high school that is proceeding to a community college or university in the field of Criminology with plans to become a probation officer and/or work in the criminal justice system.  Please enclose a letter outlining details such as your choice of study, past and present community involvement and why you feel you are a deserving candidate for the bursary.  Payment will be forwarded upon receipt of confirmation of registration.

See the Scholarship and Bursary page for application information.

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DHS Success in Anti-Bottled Water contest

Mr. Darling's class poses with their new water bottles, courtesy of Whitley Altenburg's prize winning poster.

Two DHS students took top honours in the KPDSB “Anti-Bottled Water” poster contest. In the Intermediate division, Ashlee MacDonald took top prize. Whitley Altenburg was the winner in the Senior division.

Each of the winning posters has been reproduced for distribution to classrooms, offices, workrooms and public spaces. The posters will help to remind everyone to do their part in eliminating the use of plastic in our communities and schools.

The winning artists have received a class-set of bright red KPDSB reusable metal water bottles, to share with their classmates and teacher.

Thanks to all DHS students who participated in the contest! Thanks for helping to reduce the use of plastic at DHS.

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