Morning Announcements – Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

May 13-14 This message is for teachers:  the sign-up sheet for the mini pow wow is at the mailboxes.
May 13 – The Athletic Awards Banquet is on Thursday, May 29th @ 6 pm & tickets are on sale now in the physed office and the main office.  They are $10 each for a catered supper and awards presentation.  The theme is black and white – please keep it classy.  All athletes and parents are welcome.
May 13 The DHS Science Dept welcomes the “Science Travels” team from Ottawa.  The team will be doing activities and presentations with a number of science classes today.
May 13 Dryden High School summer school opportunities are here!  Are you behind in credits or would like to reach ahead in credits?  DHS has numerous summer school opportunities like independent study, cooperative education, French immersion, and others, that could suit your needs.  Please contact the DHS guidance department to register!  
May 13 It doesn’t matter what your reasons are for checking out Belize.   Travel provides all of us with differing opportunities and many rewards.   Whether you want to check out monkeys and sloths, crocodiles and sharks, fish or birds, learn about ancient civilizations, relax on a beach, go zip lining above the jungle or meet students in a local school visit. This trip over March Break will be a safe way to experience another country and still seek out once in a life time adventures.   If this sounds interesting then be sure to show up to the information meeting tonight, Tuesday May 13th at 7:00pm in room 107.
May 13 The Gay Straight Alliance meeting will be today at lunch and the Ontario Students Against Impaired Drivers meeting will be tomorrow at lunch in the upper video conference room.
May 13 The Rotary Club of Dryden is pleased to be able to sponsor up to 6 youths to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp again this summer in Clear Lake, Manitoba in August. It focuses on leadership, developmental topics of interest and recreational activities. The Rotary Club covers the registration fee of $425 per camper and the transportation cost to the camp in Clear Lake. There are two camp sessions this summer. Applications are in the office and the deadline to apply is MAY 30th.
May 13 Outland is hiring first nation students aged 16 – 19 for the 1st nations Natural Resources Youth Employment program.  Interested students can pick up application forms in the GO.
May 13 Students can now pick up report cards at the office.
May 13 Students interested in going to Forensic Science Camp at Trent University in July can pick up more information in the guidance office.
May 13 The Department of Aboriginal Education at Lakehead University is offering the Honours Bachelor of Education Program which is a four year program with emphasis on teaching Aboriginal children.  Applications are available in the guidance office.
May 13 Grade 12 Students all of the local scholarships and bursaries are now online.  Check out the website or drop by the guidance office for more information.  Always check for new additions at the bottom of the page.
May 13 There are great opportunities to get your volunteer hours.  Please come to the office or the GO for the contact information.

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, September 3rd

Sept. 3 – 4

 

Boys hockey tryouts will be the weekend of Sept. 14th.  If you are interested, sign up at the main office on the counter.  There will be a $20.00 fee for those trying out.
Sept. 3

 

 

Girls hockey tryouts begin on September 6.  For all the dates and times and to sign-up, please come to the main office.  The cost is $20.
Sept. 3 Mr. Zilkans Pd. 2 rec class is at Sandy Beach for baseball today.  If you need a ride, please go to the back doors by the small gym.
Sept. 3 If you do not have a locker yet or if there is a gold lock on your locker from last year, please come to the office and see Mrs. Brickman
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