NDDHS Junior Girls’ Basketball team fights hard but comes up short at EOSSAA

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

By: Ashley Wheeler
Minister of Communications

It has been a slow week at North Dundas, since old sports are ending, and new ones are beginning. Last Wednesday, Nov 14 the Junior Girls’ basketball team travelled to Opeongo High School in Renfrew County to compete in EOSSAA. Sadly, they were not successful in either of the games they played. Next week on Fri., Nov. 30, we are hosting a student versus staff blind volleyball game. It’s volleyball, but the net isn’t see-through!  There is no charge to attend the game, and we want all students and staff to wear their devil’s pride that day! Cheer on your fellow peers by wearing your Dundas apparel.

Tomorrow, Tues., Nov 20, will be Tie Dye Tuesday. Many people in the building will wear their tie die and earned points for their grade. School clothing orders need to be in soon! Your last day to purchase is Mon., Nov 26. If you haven’t gotten a form yet, pick one up from a student council member at lunch.

Tomorrow, Thurs., Nov. 22, is a big day for our school. Grades 9-12 will receive their mid-term reports for first semester, and we are having our first prom fundraiser. At lunch that day, we are having a “Pie the Prime Minister” activity. Students can pay $2 to throw a pie pan full of whipped cream at our student council Prime Minister, Brad McLean. Later, in the day, is our spaghetti dinner, which begins at 4:30 p.m. You need a ticket to go to the dinner, but not to the cake auction which follows the dinner. The cake auction begins at 6:30 p.m. in the gym. If you can’t purchase a ticket to the dinner, feel free to come by and maybe purchase a cake! All graduates thank you for your support. We hope to see you there!

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