Announcements ~ Monday Dec.16/19

The boy’s hockey team prevailed 3-1 over the Red Lake Rams yesterday. Aidan Bullock opened the scoring & Greg Mol notched 2 in front of Aidan Butts who stopped 30 shots. In Kenora, the girls skaters finished 4th in the league tournament.
Dryden Skating Club invites everyone out tonight for our Christmas Ice Show. Admission is $10 at the door. Showtime is at 6:30pm. Come out and enjoy our local talent.
Want to win an awesome gift basket! Mr. Carter’s entrepreneurship class is raffling student made gift baskets.  Come check them out in the library starting today and buy your tickets.  Just $5 gets you 25 chances to win.  Open to all staff and students. Draw will be this Wednesday.
For a limited time, The Eagles Nest is featuring Festive Hot Chocolate. Beyond delicious and oh so festive. Only $2.50 for a limited time.
Dear Santa, please buy Mr.Currie even more cheesy math shirts to wear every day. Sincerely Mr.Curries students. Do you have a funny request for Santa to bring something to help out DHS students and staff? Write a letter to Santa and drop it off at the main office, it may even be read by the big guy himself at the last day assembly.
Are you a motivated and capable gr 10, 11, or 12 student who loves science? Do you want an unrepeatable learning and growing opportunity? Likely you have already heard about the non-profit Freshwater Science Research Station at Experimental Lakes Area (AKA. IISD-ELA). They offer a summer field course for a small number of high school students! Want to apply? Deadline for applications is Dec 20th, 2019. For further information please see guidance or visit the main office
Reminder to students to renew or return all items to the library before Christmas holidays or you will be charged.  

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Announcements ~ Wed. Nov 11/19

Dear Santa, please give us students a parking pass for The Centre so we stop getting ticketed. Sincerely, students who drive. Do you have a funny request for Santa to bring something to help out DHS students and staff? Write a letter to Santa and drop it off at the main office, it may even be read by the big guy himself at the last day assembly.
The second season court sports tipped off yesterday in Sioux Lookout. Both volleyball teams won, the senior girls in 2 sets while the juniors took three. In basketball the junior got 13 points from Carver Trist in a 40-38 victory, while Koen Taylors 16 points were not enough as the boys fell to the warriors. Dryden hosts next Thursday.
Good luck to the boys & girls hockey teams today as they travel north to Sioux Lookout for league action. You can catch the boys at home this Sunday at 2pm when The Red Lake Rams make their only trip to Dryden.
If any students require volunteer hours, The junior girls’ volleyball team requires score keepers for their tournament this weekend. Sign up in the main office or see Ms. Kirouac.
The DHS Ambassadors is an extra-curricular group open to all DHS students that offers an international travel experience over the March Break.  In March 2021, students have the opportunity to travel to The Swiss Alps & the Mediterranean Coast – 13 days travelling parts of Switzerland, Italy, France & Spain on an EF Tour. If there is interest in travelling with the DHS Ambassadors in March 2021, come to a brief recruitment meeting TOMORROW, (December 12th) 5-5:30 pm.  If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Jones in room 109 for an application package. Approved registrations by Dec 20th can score a $100 savings. Come travel with the DHS Ambassadors!
It’s Candy Gram Season! Candy Grams will be sold TOMORROW & Fri (Dec 12th/13th) in the student square 11:30-12. They will be delivered the following week by someone special. One for $2 or three of $5. Buy for your favorite staff member or your special someone!  
Reminder to students to renew or return all items to the library before Christmas holidays or you will be charged late fees.  
Are you a motivated and capable gr 10, 11, or 12 student who loves science? Do you want an unrepeatable learning and growing opportunity? Likely you have already heard about the non-profit Freshwater Science Research Station at Experimental Lakes Area (AKA. IISD-ELA). They offer a summer field course for a small number of high school students! Want to apply? Deadline for applications is Dec 20th, 2019. For further information please see guidance or visit the main office.  
Do you have a hidden talent you want to show off? Maybe no one knew you could play guitar or sing. Maybe you’ve never told anyone you are really good at stand up. Regardless of what your talent is we want to see it! Leadership is holding a talent show December 20th in the big gym. Signup sheet is in the main office and the library. (Last Call for sign up Dec.13th)  
Any students or teachers willing to volunteer for the Snowball Dance TOMORROW (Dec. 12th from 4:30-6:15 or 7pm- 10:30pm) the signup sheet will be in the mail office. Student volunteer hours will be given.  

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