Angel tree donations accepted until Dec. 20, drop off at school office

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

The results of pyjama day left the staff with a devastating loss against the grade 7 class. This is the first time they have been beat all year, and the students are hoping to keep up the winning.

The Eastern Ontario OSAID conference took place in Kemptville on Monday, Nov. 23. They had many guest speakers and workshops for students who attended.

The specialist high skills major students went to the Royal Ottawa Hospital on Monday, Nov.23 to listen to speakers talking about mental illness.

The angel tree initiative is still on and will be until Dec. 20. Members of the community are welcome to donate. They can drop off their unopened and unwrapped gifts to the office or send it with a current student.

With the weather dropping, we are sure to be getting snow. Make sure to check the STEO website for bus cancellations throughout the winter.

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