Parent Council’s Little Caesars Fundraisers Begins on Monday, January 21

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DGH has a very active Parent Council which likes to do many things around our school and for our students.  Its next fundraiser is its always popular Little Caesars fundraiser!


Profits from the fundraiser will go into “general” Parent Council fundraising.  Funds have been used in the past, to purchase technology (e.g., SmartBoards and data projectors), uniforms and items such as the large tent used for outdoor sporting events.  As always, all profits are used to support students in the ways noted.


Key Dates:

Kick-Off – Monday, January 21st

Order Envelopes and $ Due back into school – Thursday, February 7th

Delivery Date – Wednesday, February 13th (tentatively) from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at 705-786-1915.  Interested in ordering items, but you do not know anyone to order from? j Just contact our office!

Junior Volleyball Team Competes at County Tournament on Thursday, January 17

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Go Huskies Go!

Good luck to Ms. Little and our Junior Volleyball Team who compete at their County Tournament this Thursday, January 17th.  The team has been practising throughout December and January and are ready to compete!  As always, we care far more about effort and sportsmanship; we know that you will be outstanding representatives for our school.  Make us proud, Huskies!

Go Huskies Go!

LCVI Grade 8 Parent Information Night on Thursday, January 17th

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Grade 8 parents and guardians, LCVI will be hosting its grade 8 Parent Information Night next Thursday, January 17th.


Start Time: 6:00 pm

Location: LCVI Cafeteria


The evening will begin with an outline of courses, programs and extracurricular activities.  Following this, there will be presentations on pathways and programmes.  Staff will be available to answer any questions that you might have.  After the presentations are finished there will be an opportunity to tour the school.


Should you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact our office at 705-786-1915 or LCVI’s at 705-324-3556.


School Messenger Information

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DGH community, a reminder of the TLDSB Messenger App that our board has been using this year (a slightly different version of the app used in previous years).  Click on the link below to access a pdf version of the pamphlet which explains how to opt into the app.  DGH tends to send out School Messenger information via e-mail (as opposed to text messages or phone calls); however, critical information WOULD be sent out via text messages and phone calls (e.g., an emergency school closure or serious issue at the school).  General school information continues to be sent out regularly to our website and Facebook, along with Twitter (and Instagram).


School Messenger Information


I would encourage all those who are able to sign up for School Messenger as it is a useful communication tool.  Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at 705-786-1915.

LCVI Guidance Counsellors Visit Grade 8s on Wednesday, January 9

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How do we know that the school year is well underway?  Because LCVI’s Guidance Counsellors will be visiting our grade 8s this Wednesday, January 9th to discuss course selections for grade 9.  Thank you, LCVI staff, for visiting and sharing your knowledge.  After the guidance counsellor’s visit, students will receive course selection packages to take home and discuss with parents and guardians.  Guidance counsellors will be back on Tuesday, January 29th to help students enter their course selections online.  LCVI will host a grade 8 information night at some point in January (once this information is available, it will be shared with our grade 8 community).

Thank You, DGH – Sick Kids Get Better Campaign

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DGH community, the Student Council WE Team, Ms. Cayley and Ms. Graham wanted to provide an update with respect to fundraising that had been done in support of charities.


In November, DGH had a PJ Day and Ms. Graham began WE Volleyball. Donations from these two DGH Spirit activities were sent to Sick Kids Hospital. With the $298 dollars raised, we contributed to the following items for the Sick Kids Get Better campaign:


  • Crayons
  • Stocking Surprise
  • Board Games
  • Parking Passes
  • Sleeper Chair  for Families
  • Cookies for All
  • Arts and Crafts supplies
  • Basket of Baby Toys. Arts and Crafts supplies
  • Holiday Meal for a Family
  • Gingerbread Decorating
  • Holiday Decorations  


Thank you DGH Huskies for making a special Christmas contribution to families at Sick Kids!

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