NDDHS Midget Girls Tie 3 Games

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

by Ashley Wheeler
Minister of Communications

After a well-deserved March Break (March 11-15), it is time for students to buckle down, mid term is around the corner! Students taking the Literacy Test this year have been working diligently to get prepared. The Literacy Test will take place today, Wed., March 27, good luck to all students testing!

Last week, Tues., March 19 to Fri., March 22 was First Aid and CPR training for both Agriculture and Health and Wellness Specialist high skills majors. Each group took a 2-day course, and left with valuable information that can help others in the future.

The midget girls’ volleyball team competed in their first tournament on Wed., March 20. They tied games against La Citadelle, Charlan, and St. Joes with a score of 1-1. Sadly, they lost 2-0 to both Holy Trinity and Tagwi.

On Thurs., March 21, students and staff wore mismatched socks for Down Syndrome Awareness day, and plaid in honour of Joel McNalty and suicide awareness.

This is a reminder to all grade 12’s, get all 40 of your volunteer hours in soon. Prom tickets are going to be on sale soon, and you can’t buy your ticket without your completed hours! You also need your hours to graduate, so hand in your volunteer sheets as soon as you can! Yearbook committee is looking for students to help create the yearbook, sign up outside of guidance if you’re interested! We will be having a Hawaiian themed dance on Thurs., April 18, and tickets will go on sale for $10 at the beginning of next week! The next few months will have many activities, so keep reading for more information and ticket sale dates!

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