|Oct. 26||The football team put forth a team effort to defeat the Oak Park Raiders 25 – 8 for their 5th win in a row. The team finishes with a 5 and 2 record and a quarterfinal match up this Friday against the Murdoch McKay Clansmen in Winnipeg.|
|Oct. 26, 27||Last chance to audition for the Music Man, the musical that is going to rock River City… oops, I mean Dryden High. Come out today @ lunch.|
|Oct. 26||Students with Safe Grad tickets are reminded to return their tickets and money in at the main office before Friday, October 30th.|
|Oct. 26||Volunteers are needed at Princess Court to be friendly greeters. If you are interested, please come to the main office for more information.|
|Oct. 26, 27||Please come out to the School’s Antiviolence Meeting on Tues. Oct. 27 at 3:30 in the library and help us plan a Karaoke night and our Antiviolence Vigil. Hope to see you there.|
|Oct. 23 – 27||We would like to congratulate all of the students who achieved an average of 80% or better during the 2008 – 2009 school year. The honour roll list is posted in the cabinet in student square. We will be celebrating the achievements of honour roll students next Wednesday October 28th at 8:30 a.m. at the Dryden Regional Training and Cultural Centre. Letters have been mailed home and RSVP’s to the event need to be confirmed on Monday October 26th. Congratulations again – hope to see you at the breakfast.|
|Oct. 9 – Nov.||Grace Haven is looking for student volunteers to help with the Festival of Trees event this year at the Centre on November 16 & 17 for set up and Nov. 18 – 21 for event days. If you are available for this event, please come to the main office to sign up.|
Krista’s was one of about 30 entries from Northwestern Ontario that were evaluated by volunteer judges from the business community. The plans were evaluated on the basis of viability, creativity and needs to be fully complete.
Krista developed her plan in Mr. Beatty’s Entrepreneurship class. Her plan had her taking her sewing experience and providing after school lessons for kids.
According to Mike Greaves, the competition aims to “give students an idea about business planning, and encourage them to consider business planning or entrepreneurship as a career.”
Krista will now take her entry to Thunder Bay, where she will compete against other Northern Ontario regional winners for more prizes and the chance to compete provincially.
The competition runs on a yearly basis, with entries for this year’s contest due in June.
For more information, check out www.nwbiz.ca.
The DHS Eagles court sport teams tamed the Beaver Brae Broncos yesterday as all four teams came out on top in league play.
The Senior Boys fell behind 2-0 but dug deep and fought back with 25-20, 25-19 and 15-10 wins, handing the Broncos their first loss of the season.
Coach McMaster said that the team “started off slow in the first set with Beaver Brae winning 25-12, came out a bit stronger in the second set, but went into the third set down 2 sets to none.” She says the team managed to come out strong off the start of the third set, with improved digging and blocking slowing down the Beaver Brae attack. “We were offensively much stronger this week and did an excellent job with our communication and coming together as a team” said Coach McMaster.
The Junior Boys cruised to a straight sets victory. Coach McMaster said that the boys “did a great job of putting on pressure offensively and keeping their focus while serving.” Moving forward, she hopes to work on “keeping fast on defense” to see continues improvement.
The Senior Girls basketball team came out 31-23 over the Broncos. Melissa Felske was the top scorer with 13.
The Junior Girls held off a feisty Broncos team, with a final score of 25-14.
Both boys volleyball teams are participating in a tournament at home this weekend. The Senior Girls head off to Winnipeg while the Junior Girls are in Fort Frances for tournament play.
Don’t miss the final Eagles home football game of the year today at 3:00 at Harry McMaster field!