Students in grades 5-12 are invited to enter A&E’s ‘Lives that make a Difference’ essay contest by writing and submitting an original essay in 300 words or less on who they think made the greatest impact on Canadian society in 2009.
|Oct. 2 – 23||The Children’s Resource Centre is looking for student volunteers. For more information come to the main office.|
|Oct. 1,2,5,6||Just a reminder to staff and students that 21 University representatives from across Ontario will be here Tues. Oct. 6th from 2:00 – 3:30 in the cafeteria. Parents are also welcome.|
|Oct. 2||There will be a meeting for the girl’s hockey team today @ 11:30 in room 209.|
|Sept. 30 – Oct. 2||Rotary International is offering a program for qualifying grade 11 & 12 students that are interested in Agriculture. This opportunity includes an all expenses paid trip to Regina from November 25 – 29. Deadline is October 16th. See Mr. Desautels in the guidance office for more details.|
In NWOSSA Golf, Brett Getson shot a 77 in Fort Frances to edge out the rest of the field.
The Eagles Boys team finished the Tournament in third place.
Dryden’s Amanda Wheatley picked up Bronze in the Girls Division.
The DHS Cross-Country competed in their first event Wednesday in Thunder Bay with impressive results.
The top DHS athlete of the day was Taylor Koshel, who brought home silver in the Senior Girls Division.
In team competition, the Midget Girls and Junior Boys each ended up in second place.
DHS Eagles recorded 3 Top 5 individual finishes:
Rachel Egli: 5th Midget Girls
Taylor Koshel: 2nd Senior Girls
Nicole Valiquette 5th Senior Girls
And and additional 7 top 15 finishes
Dominique Garner 11th Midget Girls
Natasha Finlayson 12th Midget Girls
Nicole Allam 13th Midget Girls
Garrett Lindquist 9th Junior Boys
Kurtis Burnell 10th Junior Boys
Tyler Wood 13th Junior Boys
Ben Arsenault 14th Junior Boys