North Dundas District High School news
by Jamie Wilson
North Dundas is celebrating the last week of school before the break with a fun and festive Spirit Week. We started the week off on Monday with Red and Green Day, Tuesday was Tacky Christmas Day, Wednesday is Toques and Flannel, Thursday is Semi-Formal Day, and we will end the week with Pajama day on Friday. This is a great opportunity to spread some Holiday cheer, and for students to earn participation points for their grade. The Student Council wants to know which grade has the best Holiday spirit!
Friday, December 18, is the day that everyone at North Dundas has been waiting for. The school will finally get to watch the Holiday show that the grade 12 students have been working on. The show is filled with singing, dancing, and funny skits, featuring everything from the teachers as high school students, to the elves delivering gifts after Santa gets Covid-19. We hope that everyone will have as much fun watching it as the grade 12s did making it.
We would like to thank everyone who made this show possible, despite the challenges of the pandemic. Thank you to the Student Council, who took the lead on the project, to everyone who wrote scripts, choreographed dances, and shared their talents, and to the people who took on small responsibilities that made a huge difference. Thank you to the teachers who stayed late after school to supervise, and thank you to everyone else who made this possible.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from our big North Dundas family to yours!