Jory Smale was one of five DHS students who participated in the Regional Skills Competition in Thunder Bay this weekend.
(view event pics here)
A group of DHS students were in Thunder Bay on the weekend to participate in the regional qualifier for the Ontario Technological Skills Competition.
The Skills Canada competition had students competing in a variety of areas, including TV and Video Production, Carpentry, Welding, Culinary Arts and Small Motors. DHS students participated in the TV/Video and Carpentry challenges.
In TV and Video Production, students were asked to create a 30 second commercial with an anti-bullying message. Josh Walker and Calvin Murray earned a second place finish for their video.
In Carpentry, students were given materials and a blueprint for a doghouse, which they had to complete in the allotted time. DHS student Tyler Ormerod finished in second place. Jory Smale received a certificate for earning a mark of over 75%. Brandon St. Laurent also competed for DHS.
Josh Walker, Calvin Murray and Tyler Ormerod have qualified to compete in the Provincial championship next month in Waterloo.
Great work! DHS is proud of your excellent skills.
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Mr. Walsh's Grade 9 Science class show off their new water bottles.
Mr. Walsh’s grade 9 science class were the winners of the “Block A challenge” for bottled water free day. Mr. Walsh’s class showed their commitment to the environment with 24 of 25 students using refillable water bottles. Coming in second place was Mrs. Tremonti’s class, with 19 of 20 students using refillable water bottles.
The “Bottled Water Free Day” succeeded in raising environmental consciousness about single-use water bottle waste.
Mr. Darling’s Environmental Science class was very excited with the response they received and would like for you to treat every day as if it were bottled water free day.