NDDHS celebrates students achievements and Halloween

Above, this year's Minister of Communications, Rosie Backes, North Dundas District High School. Courtesy photo

by Rosie Backes
Minister of Communications

The girls’ rugby team competed at St. Joe’s on Wednesday, October 25, and had an overall good day as they won two games, lost two games, and tied one. On Thursday, October 26 the boys’ volleyball teams played at Char-Lan District High School. Our senior boys team won both of their games, and the junior boys team had mixed results. The cross-country team raced at St. Mikes on Thursday and had a great day. Halloween brought out the fun in everyone as they dressed up in costumes to win prizes. There were prizes for best intermediate costume, best high school couples costume, best high school group costume, and best high school individual costume. O’grams were also handed out on Halloween day. Today  junior achievement awards  took place at 8 a.m. and recognized students in grades 10, 11, and 12 for their outstanding achievement last year. Parents were welcome to attend. Today is also take your kid to work day for all grade 9 students. Have a great week.


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