by Alexis Henderson
Minister of Communications
Congratulations to the twelve students who qualified in 17 events at the SD&G meet last week. They will be competing at EOSSAA in Brockville next week.
Congratulations to the Junior Boys Soccer Team who won against La Citadelle 2-1, and tied Tagwi 1-1. And to the Senior Boys Soccer Team who won against La Citadelle 1-0, but unfortunately lost against Tagwi 1-0 on, May 10.
The Intermediate grade seven students grew tomatoes, cilantro, carrots, and other delicious vegetables in the greenhouse throughout the year, and have now harvested them. They delivered foods such as tomato and basil to the House of Lazarus on Monday, May 15.
Good luck to the girls rugby team who will be playing St. Joseph on, May 17, to earn a spot at EOSSAA. They are currently tied for first.
Good luck to the archery team at OFSSA as they will be competing in this year’s Ontario High School Archery Invitational Tournament May 17-18.
The Spring Fling Oscars Dance will be taking place May 18 for Secondary students from 7-10 p.m. The dance will take place in the courtyard of the school and if there is bad weather, the dance will be moved into the gym. Oscar awards will be awarded to students who were nominated, and are present at the dance.
The Intermediate WEB leaders are having a dance on Friday, May 19 to raise money for Jonathan Pitre ‘the Butterfly Boy’ of Russell. Grade seven and eight students are asked to donate what they can to attend the dance.
The last late bus route for this year will be Thursday, May 18 after school.
The grade 12 grad gowns are here. Graduating students are asked to pay $20 for their cap and gown that they get to keep after graduation.
The band exchange started at the beginning of this week. Students who took place in the band exchange from Saskatchewan came to North Dundas last week. The North Dundas band and the band from Saskatchewan had two great performances on Thursday, May 11 at NDDHS.