NDDHS welcomes one international students and bids farewell to two others

Above, this year's North Dundas District High School's (NDDHS) Minister of Communications, Carley Milne-Servage. Courtesy photo

by Carley Milne-Servage
NDDHS, Minister of Communications

We’d like to extend a warm, North Dundas welcome to our new international student who has come from Australia. His name is Oliver and he’s in Grade 10. If you see him in the hallway, make sure to say hi! On another note, two of our exchange students from Spain, Claudia and Martina, have travelled back home this past weekend. We hope they had a great stay in chilly Canada, and they will be missed!

Intermediate boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams competed at the invitational tournament at North Grenville on Friday. The girls overtook Notre Dame Academy and won bronze while the boys placed second after battling it out with St. Michaels in the finals. Great job, athletes!

It’s Grade 12 college and university application season! Our seniors are in the process of applying for their schools of choice, and it’s important to be aware of deadlines. The deadline for equal consideration for university is January 15, and for college it’s February 1. 

Midterm report cards went home with students on Friday during their last period class. If anyone has still not received theirs, they can pick them up at the office. 

Finally, tomorrow, Thursday, November 28, is Camo & Hick Day. Dress in your best camouflage to earn points for your grade.

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