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12Feb/14

School Closure – Water Main Break

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 (7:40pm) - Due to a major water main break in front of Dryden High School earlier tonight, DRYDEN HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL STAFF AND STUDENTS ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2014.  KPDSB Senior Administration will monitor the status of the break and it's repairs throughout the day on Thursday and will reevaluate the decision to close Dryden High School lateThursday afternoon.  At that time, a decision will be made with regards to a possible continued closure on Friday, February 14.  All DHS staff as well as Dryden Board Office staff do not have to report to the closest work site as they can work from home

11Feb/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, February 11th

Feb 11 If you are a Gr. 11 student and planning to attend Confederation College after high school, please listen up….Confederation College will pay the $95.00 application fee and credit a $1,000 entrance bursary for five grade 11 students.  All you have to do is sign up in the Guidance office and indicate your intended program of study.  The deadline is Feb. 28th.
Feb. 11 There will be seats for spectators to go on the bus to watch the court sports playoffs in Fort Frances on Thursday.  Please go to the Phys Ed office for a permission form and the cost is $20.00.
Feb. 11 Grade 12 Grad photos will be taken downstairs in the Comm Tech area – B24 – same place where picture day was in the fall.
Feb 11 There will be an OSAID meeting today at lunch in the upper video conference room.
Feb 11 Dryden’s annual Winter Festival is looking for volunteers for to help out at various events next weekend.  Come out for a fun filled weekend. Please stop by the main office or guidance office for contact information -Suzanne Joly @  221-7675
Feb 11 Safe Grad needs 3 cars and drivers for Saturday, Feb. 15th at the Ag Centre @ 11:00 pm for a Valentine's dance.  Spread the word please!! Please contact Kristine Grandmont @ 221-9909
Feb 11 There are summer job opportunities for students with the Ontario Public Service.  Please go to the Guidance Office for more information.
Feb 11 There will be free tutoring in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am and Thursdays at lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm
Feb 11 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation tomorrow.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Feb 11 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Feb 11 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Feb 11 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help out at the Kid’s Carnival on Saturday. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Feb 11 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
10Feb/14

Morning Announcements – Monday, February 10th, 2014

Feb 10 This message is for the Block A teachers. The report cards are to be handed out this period and they are in your mailbox if you have not already picked them up.  Students with a spare block A, please pick up your report card up at the office.
Feb 10 Dryden’s annual Winter Festival is looking for volunteers for to help out at various events next weekend.  Come out for a fun filled weekend. Please stop by the main office or guidance office for contact information -Suzanne Joly @  221-7675
Feb 10 Safe Grad needs 3 cars and drivers for Saturday, Feb. 15th at the Ag Centre @ 11:00 pm for a Valentine's dance.  Spread the word please!! Please contact Kristine Grandmont @ 221-9909
Feb 10 There are summer job opportunities for students with the Ontario Public Service.  Please go to the Guidance Office for more information.
Feb 10 There will be free tutoring in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am and Thursdays at lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm
Feb 10 Grade 12 Graduation photos will start this week on Tues, Wed & Thurs.  You must have an appointment booked on-line or your picture will not be taken.  Please come to the office for a brochure on how to book your appt. Retakes will be on March 26 & 27.
Feb 10 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation this Wednesday.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Feb 10 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Feb 10 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Feb 10 There are numerous opportunities to get your volunteer hours, please go to the guidance office or the main office for more information.
Feb 10 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help out at the Kid’s Carnival on Saturday. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Feb 10 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
7Feb/14

Morning Announcements – Friday, February 7th, 2014

Feb 7 Jacquie Grandmont backstopped the girls hockey team to a 5 - 2 win against the Beaver Brae Broncos last night in Kenora.  Liv Carter netted a natural hat trick while Elizabeth Carter and Lyndsey Oliphant added singles.  The girls next action is against the Muskies in Fort Frances next Tuesday.  Listen to the game live on CKDR.
Feb 7 Attention students interested in trying out for Eagles track and field.  Join us for our event clinic this weekend.  National level coaches will be on hand to teach throwing, jumping, sprinting hurdles and mid distance events.  The clinic will be held in the big gym on Friday 3:30-5:30pm, Sat 9am-3pm and Sunday 9am-12.  This is a great chance to try out all the events and pick the ones you like.
Feb 7 There are summer job opportunities for students with the Ontario Public Service.  Please go to the Guidance Office for more information.
Feb 7 There will be a GSA meeting tomorrow at lunch in the upper video conference room.
Feb 7 There will be free tutoring in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am and Thursdays at lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm
Feb 7 Grade 12 Graduation photos will be taken next week on Feb. 11, 12 & 13.  You must have an appointment booked on-line or your picture will not be taken.  Please come to the office for a brochure on how to book your appt. Retakes will be on March 26 & 27.
Feb 7 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation on Wednesday, February 12.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Feb 7 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Feb 7 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Feb 7 There are numerous opportunities to get your volunteer hours, please go to the guidance office or the main office for more information.
Feb 7 The Heart and Stroke Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with Heartburn Day/who makes the best chili.  This will be held at the Fair Grounds on Saturday.  Please come to the office for further information.
Feb 7 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help with activities at the Kid’s Carnival on February 15th. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Feb 7 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
5Feb/14

Eagles TV Episode 14

5Feb/14

Morning Announcements – Wednesday, Feb. 5th

Feb 5 The library will be closed all day today.  Please do not send any print jobs to the library printer.
Feb 5 The girls hockey team defeated the Red Lake Rams last night 6 - 0. The girls played a strong team game and had scoring from Jess Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Shelby Tourond, Jenna Langlais, and Martina Wintle with 2.  CJ Jolicoeur earned the shutout.  The girls next game is in Kenora against Beaver Brae tomorrow.
Feb 5 "All grade 9 wrestlers are reminded that they must weigh in today after school for this weekends tournament."
Feb 5 There are summer job opportunities for students with the Ontario Public Service.  Please go to the Guidance Office for more information.
Feb 5 There will be a GSA meeting on Friday at lunch in the upper video conference room.
Feb 5 There will be free tutoring in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am and Thursdays at lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm
Feb 5 Grade 12 Graduation photos will be taken next week on Feb. 11, 12 & 13.  Please come to the office for a brochure on how to book your appt. Retakes will be on March 26 & 27.
Feb 5 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation on Wednesday, February 12.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Feb 5 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Feb 5 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Feb 5 There are numerous opportunities to get your volunteer hours, please go to the guidance office or the main office for more information.
Feb 5 The Heart and Stroke Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with Heartburn Day/who makes the best chili.  This will be held at the Fair Grounds on Saturday.  Please come to the office for further information.
Feb 5 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help with activities at the Kid’s Carnival on February 15th. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Feb 5 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
4Feb/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, February 4th

Feb 4 “Congratulations to all Nordic Ski Team athletes who competed at NORWOSSA in Atikokan yesterday.  A break in the weather produced an excellent race time temperature of minus 12.  In the Junior Girls category, Britney Mol won gold on the 3.7km course.  Devan Schmidt took the bronze in the Junior Boys category, skiing 4.5km, while Dryden dominated the Senior Boys 7.5km category with Luke Smith winning Silver and Jeff Wise winning Gold!  Athletes will be preparing to compete next week at NWOSSA in Kenora.”
Feb 4 There are summer job opportunities for students with the Ontario Public Service.  Please go to the Guidance Office for more information.
Feb 4 There will be an OSAID meeting today at lunch in the upper video conference room. There will be a GSA meeting on Friday at lunch in the upper video conference room.  Hope to see you there!
Feb 4 There will be free tutoring in the library on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am and Thursdays at lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm
Feb 4 Grade 12 Graduation photos will be taken next week on Feb. 11, 12 & 13.  Please come to the office for a brochure on how to book your appointment. Retakes will be on March 26 & 27.
Feb 4 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation on Wednesday, February 12.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Feb 4 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Feb 4 The University of Toronto is committed to enhancing educational opportunities for Aboriginal youth.  As a result, a SOAR program during the March break of 2014 is being offered.  The program is at U of T - for more information please pick up an application form and a brochure in the Guidance Office.  The deadline to apply is this Friday.
Feb 4 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Feb 4 There are numerous opportunities to get your volunteer hours, please go to the guidance office or the main office for more information.
Feb 4 The Heart and Stroke Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with Heartburn Day/who makes the best chili.  This will be held at the Fair Grounds on Saturday, Feb. 8th.  Please come to the office for further information.
Feb 4 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help with activities at the Kid’s Carnival on February 15th. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Feb 4 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
3Feb/14

Morning Announcements – Monday, February 3rd

Feb 3 There will be no sexual health clinic today.
Feb 3 There will be a GSA meeting on Monday at lunch in the upper video conference room.
Feb 3 There will be free tutoring in the library for semester two on Tuesday mornings from 8:15 – 8:45 am and Thursdays at lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm
Feb 3 Grade 12 Graduation photos will be taken on Feb. 11, 12 & 13.  Please come to the office for a brochure on how to book your appointment. Retakes will be on March 26 & 27.
Feb 3 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation on Wednesday, February 12.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Feb 3 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Feb 3 The University of Toronto is committed to enhancing educational opportunities for Aboriginal youth.  As a result, a SOAR program during the March break of 2014 is being offered.  The program is at U of T - for more information please pick up an application form and a brochure in the Guidance Office.  The deadline to apply is this Friday.
Feb 3 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Feb 3 There are numerous opportunities to get your volunteer hours, please go to the guidance office or the main office for more information.
Feb 3 The Centre will be having the Blackie and Rodeo King events sponsored by World Vision Canada on Feb. 4th and they are looking for 2 volunteers to assist at the Sponsorship table.  Volunteers must be 16 years or over and will also be able to see the show.   Please come to the office for more information.
Feb 3 The Heart and Stroke Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with Heartburn Day/who makes the best chili.  This will be held at the Fair Grounds on Saturday, Feb. 8th.  Please come to the office for further information.
Feb 3 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help with activities at the Kid’s Carnival on February 15th. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Feb 3 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
28Jan/14

Eagles TV Episode 13

28Jan/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Jan 28 Attention any and all students interested in trying track and field or improving their speed, strength or fitness. You are invited to come out this week after school to learn basic and advanced training techniques from Ben Johnson, one of the fastest humans to ever walk the face of this earth. The camp is open to all interested students of any ability. It will run daily from 3:30-5 pm Monday through Thursday this week only.

All Interested students should meet at the DHS stage ready to work out at 3:30 pm.

Jan 28 There will be a Canadian Forces presentation on Wednesday, February 19.  The sign-up sheet is in the guidance office.
Jan 28 The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is offering several leadership courses this summer.   Students will develop leadership skills through their choice of courses such as music, the arts, athletics or French.  For more information and applications stop by the guidance office.
Jan 28 The University of Toronto is committed to enhancing educational opportunities for Aboriginal youth.  As a result, a SOAR program during the March break of 2014 is being offered.  The program is at U of T - for more information please pick up an application form and a brochure in the Guidance Office.  The deadline to apply is Jan. 31, 2014.
Jan 28 Safe Grad Students - If you need more tickets to sell or have your sold booklets to hand in, please come to the office for contact information.
Jan 28 There are numerous opportunities to get your volunteer hours, please go to the guidance office or the main office for more information.
Jan 28 There is a Ringette tournament on Feb. 1 & 2 and they are looking for volunteers.  Call Laurie @ 221-9063.
Jan 28 - 31 The Centre will be having the Blackie and Rodeo King events sponsored by World Vision Canada on Feb. 4th and they are looking for 2 volunteers to assist at the Sponsorship table.  Volunteers must be 16 years or over and will also be able to see the show.   Please come to the office for more information.
Jan 28 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Jan 28 The Heart and Stroke Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with Heartburn Day/who makes the best chili.  This will be held at the Fair Grounds on Saturday, Feb. 8th.  Please come to the office for further information.
Jan 28 DAARN (Dryden Area Anti-Racism Network) is looking for 4 volunteers on Friday, January 31st to help Shy-Anne Hovorka unload her music equipment at the centre.  Contact Leanna Bullock @ 216-8945.
Jan 28 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help with activities at the Kid’s Carnival on February 15th. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Jan 28 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Jan 28 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
17Jan/14

Morning Announcements – Friday, January 17th, 2014

Jan. 17 Term 2 student timetables will be handed out in your block A class today.  If you have a spare block A, please pick it up at the office.
Jan 17 The University of Toronto is committed to enhancing educational opportunities for Aboriginal youth.  As a result, a SOAR program during the March break of 2014 is being offered.  The program is at U of T - for more information please pick up an application form and a brochure in the Guidance Office.  The deadline to apply is Jan. 31, 2014.
Jan 17 Safe Grad Students - If you need more tickets to sell or have your sold booklets to hand in, please come to the office for contact information.
Jan 17 Vermilion Bay Nursery School is looking for volunteers to help with activities at the Kid’s Carnival on February 15th. For contact information please stop by main office or guidance office.
Jan. 17 - 31 The Centre will be having the Blackie and Rodeo King events sponsored by World Vision Canada on Feb. 4th and they are looking for 2 volunteers to assist at the Sponsorship table.  Volunteers must be 16 years or over and will also be able to see the show.   Please come to the office for more information.
Jan 17 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Jan 17 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Jan 17 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Jan 17 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
14Jan/14

Morning Announcements – Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

Jan. 14 - 31 The Centre will be having the Blackie and Rodeo King events on Feb. 4th and they are looking for 2 volunteers to assist at the Sponsorship table.

Volunteers must be 16 years or over and will also be able to see the show.   Please come to the office for more information.

Jan 14 There will be a free lunch in Room 124B today.  This is the last lunch this semester and everyone is welcome to come.
Jan 14 Co-op students for next semester are to have their applications handed into Mrs. Brickman at the attendance desk today.
Jan 14 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Jan 14 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Jan 14 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Jan 14 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
13Jan/14

Morning Announcements – Monday, January 13th

Jan 13 (am only) Students who missed Mrs. Lotze’s biology end task on Friday are reminded that they must come to room 113 at lunch today to catch up on what the missed.  If you are missing class today because of sports or are unable to come at lunch, you must see Mrs. Lotze today to make alternate arrangements.
Jan. 13 (am only) GSA and OSAID will begin again in February.  Meetings are going to be held regularly at the start of Semester 2.
Jan 13 – 14 Co-op students for next semester are to have their applications handed into Mrs. Brickman at the attendance desk by Tuesday so interviews can be set up.
Jan 13 - am Senior boy’s volleyball players please stop by the main office to return your uniforms and to pick up team photo’s at lunch today.
Jan 13 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Jan 13 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Jan 13 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Jan 13 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
10Jan/14

Morning Announcements – Friday, January 10th, 2014

Jan 10 The Eagles wrestling team will be selling pizza today outside the big gym at 11:45, so help support the wrestling team and buy a piece of pizza. All volunteers helping with today’s wrestling tournament are to meet at the big gym at 11:30.  Also Mr. Walsh still needs volunteers for a couple of hours on Saturday.  You can see him in room 109 if interested.
Jan 10 Attention students.  Do you want to get in shape or stay in shape for spring sports?  Students interested in indoor winter strength training for Eagles Track &Field or any other spring sport are invited to sign up todayat 11:45 in room 138.   Come on out and get in the best shape of your life.
Jan 10 The Dryden Go Getters are looking for students in need of their volunteer hours to help out every second Saturday at their centre.   Please come to the office for more information.
Jan 10 The University of Winnipeg is hosting the High School Enrichment Program from April 29 – May 2.  Interested students please stop by the guidance office for more information.
Jan 10 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Jan 10 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Jan 10 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
7Jan/14

January 7 Basketball webcast

Click here to view the January 7 Basketball (note, this link may only work properly in Internet Explorer)

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mms://streaming.kpdsb.on.ca/stream2

6Jan/14

Morning Announcements – Monday, January 6th, 2014

 

Jan 6 There will be a brief OSAID meeting tomorrow at lunch in the upper video conference room.  All members are asked to stop in for 10 minutes.
Jan. 6 - 10 Mr. Walsh is looking for volunteers to help score keep the wrestling tournament this Friday and Saturday.  You can sign up in room 109 and it’s a great way to get some volunteer hours.
Jan. 6 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Jan 6 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Jan 6 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
19Dec/13

Morning Announcements – Thursday, December 19th

Dec. 19 Congratulations to the Eagles wrestling team for placing 3rd overall at yesterday’s tournament.
Dec. 19 Attention all students interested in Eagles Track and Field.

The team will host a throwing and jumping skills camp led by 5 x Canadian Olympic Coach Andy Higgins at DHS on Saturday Jan 4th.

Students can sign up for this free event on the bulletin board in student square.   Entry is limited. Sign up today

Dec. 19 Any former Outdoor Ed students that want their journals back can go to room 131 this week to pick them up.
Dec. 19 There will be a benefit social on Friday, January 3, 2014 at the Legion Hall for one of our DHS students, Tracyn Lengyel.  The social is from 8pm-1am.  Minors are welcome until 11pm.  Come out and have a great time and support one of our Dryden Eagles.
Dec. 19 The Dryden Mission is giving away free winter coats and boots until Dec. 21st.  Limit one pair per customer.  They are open Tues – Sat fr 10 – 4 pm
Dec. 19  The Cloverbelt Local Food Co-operative is looking for volunteers to help distribute food orders after school.  Please stop by the guidance office for contact information.
Dec. 19 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Dec. 19 The Dryden Rifle and Pistol Club is having a Junior rifle shooting progam on Jan. 6th.  Please come to the office for the registration information.
Dec. 19 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Dec. 19 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
18Dec/13

Morning Announcements – Wednesday, December 18th

Dec. 18 The grade 9/10 BBI class will be having a bake sale today at lunch.  They will be selling pizza, cupcakes, french fries and soft serve pretzels in the student square.  Remember to bring your money.
Dec. 18 Any former Outdoor Ed students that want their journals back can go to room 131 this week to pick them up.
Dec. 18 Please come to the Eagle’s Nest and check out the new clothing that has arrived just in time for Christmas.
Dec. 18 There will be a benefit social on Friday, January 3, 2014 at the Legion Hall for one of our DHS students, Tracyn Lengyel.  The social is from 8pm-1am.  Minors are welcome until 11pm.  Come out and have a great time and support one of our Dryden Eagles.
Dec. 18 The Dryden Mission is giving away free winter coats and boots until Dec. 21st.  Limit one pair per customer.  They are open Tues – Sat fr 10 – 4 pm
Dec. 18  The Cloverbelt Local Food Co-operative is looking for volunteers to help distribute food orders after school.  Please stop by the guidance office for contact information.
Dec. 18 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Dec. 18 The Dryden Rifle and Pistol Club is having a Junior rifle shooting progam on Jan. 6th.  Please come to the office for the registration information.
Dec. 18 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Dec. 18 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.
18Dec/13

Eagles TV Episode 12

17Dec/13

Morning Announcements – December 17th, 2013

Dec. 17 Madame Hoshizaki’s period 4 French 1D class is to meet in the foods room at 11:30 today.
Dec. 17 There will be an OSAID meeting today at lunch in the upper video conference room – remember to bring your dessert!
Dec. 17 There will be a benefit social on Friday, January 3, 2014 at the Legion Hall for one of our DHS students, Tracyn Lengyel.  The social is from 8pm-1am.  Minors are welcome until 11pm.  Come out and have a great time and support one of our Dryden Eagles.
Dec. 17  The Cloverbelt Local Food Co-operative is looking for volunteers to help distribute food orders after school.  Please stop by the guidance office for contact information.
Dec. 17 The Northwest Catholic District School Board is preparing to run the Grade 10 Religious Education eLearning course.  This course is open to all high school students.  There are no prerequisites and it is worth 1 high school credit.  For more information stop by the guidance office.
Dec. 17 The Dryden Rifle and Pistol Club is having a Junior rifle shooting progam on Jan. 6th.  Please come to the office for the registration information.
Dec. 17 Yearbooks can be picked up at the office.
Dec. 17 Grade 12 students applying to universities and colleges outside of Ontario MUST let the guidance office know, or your transcripts will not be sent. Also, please remember to check the DHS website and the binder in the guidance office on a regular basis for the latest scholarships and bursaries.