DHS Students worked with various types of rescue equipment as part of a physics demonstration.
Mr. Schmidt’s Grade 12 Physics class travelled to the Vermilion Bay Fire Hall this week to see some of the physics principles they are studying come to life in the rescue sytems used by the fire department.
Students were treated to demonstrations of the “Jaws of Life”, vehicle lifting airbags and water pumping systems.
Grade 9 students trying to "Untie the Knot" at todays Character Education workshop.
This Thursday Grade 9 students at Dryden High School participated in the first session of a character education program that will continue for the rest of the year.
Under the guidance of Mr. Dave Lyle, a group of grade 12 students were trained to deliver the workshops to all grade 9 classes.
The grade 9 students were lead through a range of activities that focused on Respect and Kindness, two of the seven character education traits that are focused on here at Dryden High School.
According to student leader David Benham, “The students were a bit shy at first, but they opened up after we played some games with them.” Andrew Andy, another student leader said that “the students came up with some really interesting ideas about respect and kindness.”
The participating students look forward to the sessions next semester.
Thanks to Mr. Dave Lyle of Hello Leadership, and to all of the student participants.
Katie Weatherston displays her Olympic Gold Medal and her World Championship Gold Medal with DHS students.
DHS welcomed Olympic gold medalist & World champion ice hockey player Katie Weatherston on Tuesday afternoon.
Katie was here to speak to students about the importance of goal setting and overcoming adversity. She talked about her mental approach to life and sport, and explained the impact that goal setting has had on her throughout her career.
Katie had some advice for students in their goal setting. “Keep a list of your goals in a place that you can see them every day.” said Weatherston. Smart goals equal success, Weatherston said, and used the acronym SMART: Specific (are the details of your goals clear); Measurable (can you measure your progress); Attainable (is the goal within your capability); Realistic (do you have the time and desire to achieve the goal); and Timely (do you have a start and end date).
The grade 10 and 11 students enjoyed her presentation and had the chance to meet with Katie and check out her gold medals at the end of her talk.
For more information about Katie Weatherston, visit www.superioredgehockey.com.
Thanks for visiting Dryden High School, Katie!