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​​​Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities allow our students to pursue passions and interests that fall outside the normal curriculum. These activities can include special interest clubs, arts, music and athletics. Our school is proud to offer a variety of extracurricular opportunities that enhance our students' learning experiences.​​

Extracurricular

Clubs

Student Advisory Council - Tiger Buzz - Mrs. Muhlberger 

The purpose of this group is to provide an opportunity for DTS students (Grade 5- 9) to meet with Mrs. Muhlberger to contribute their ideas and share their opinions on things that are going well and ways that we can improve our school culture and environment.  Participants in the DTS Tiger Buzz have been identified by their homeroom teachers and have committed to meeting once a month at lunchtime. Members of this year's Tiger Buzz should be...

  • interested in developing leadership skills and experiencing leadership opportunities
  • focused on making DTS the best it can be
  • interested in connecting with other students in the school
  • interested and willing to share the perspectives of students with the school administrative team
  • committed to building success for students at our school
  • responsible and positive role models in our school community

Candidates are nominated by homeroom teachers and accepted by the nominees. We aim to have the group formed for the first week in October 2020. 


DT CLUBS - Start up, teachers and locations are currently TBA - to be announced.

Club name

Brief description

Teacher sponsor

Meeting day/time

Room 

Cooking Club

Students will meet once a week and cook simple healthy recipes.

*Parent Volunteers will be needed.

Mme Richard


TBA


Foods

Debate

Students will meet up every Wednesday to debate and discuss current issues and common topics. They will also learn how to structure an argument.

Ms. Khoo

TBA


Upcycle Craft Club

We will use recycled items and turn them into decorations or usable items. Students are encouraged to bring recycled cans, bottles, boxes, etc., from home to use in this club. We may sell some items where the proceeds will go to a cause to be discussed with members. 

Mme Khoo

TBA


Fitness

Students will work through various fitness circuits to experience and learn on the equipment

Descoteaux and Strickland

TBA

Fitness Room

GSA- Gay Straight Alliance

Lunch and Conversation 

Fedchun

Plante

Comeau

TBA

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National Novel Writing “Month”    October/November only Students will set a writing goal, spend a month preparing, and then a month writing reach their goal. Ms. McMorran  TBA 24





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