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The second term has been extremely busy and there have been many positive happenings and achievements at the school, both on the sportsfields and with cultural activities. We trust that the June exams will supply even more positive feedback to our learners especially to the grade 12 learners. Due to the fact that exams were written until the last day of the term, the School Reports will only be issued in the first week of next term.
To all the teachers a big thank you for all your hard work during this term. Unfortunately Ms Emma Honiball has decided to leave the teaching profession and will be leaving Dundee High after four and a half years. We wish her well.
As you know our matric farewell is in the first week of next term and to accommodate our matrics our hair rules are slightly relaxed for them in the first week. Please note that all Grade 12 boys must have their hair correct by Monday 27 July. The Grade 12 girls must have hair and nails correct by Monday 3 August. Your cooperation in this regard will be appreciated.
We include a copy of the Term Planner for Term 3 as well as a Control Test Time table for your attention.
We want to wish Lungile Ntsele, Saziso Khumalo and Smangele Nkwanyane all the best for their upcoming Netball Tour. DHS is proud of our 3 girls who are representing KZN in U16 and U18 at the Netball Provincial Tournament in the first week of the holidays in Boksburg. Our first team coach, Zodwa Nxumalo has been chosen as an umpire at this Tournament as well! Good luck to all!
We would like to congratulate Larnell Nero – after 6 trips to Pietermaritzburg, conscientiously attending practice sessions and playing his heart out. He was finally chosen for the KZN Inland U18B team! Larnell will be attending the Inter-Provincial Tournament to be held from 6-11 July in Bloemfontein. This is an outstanding achievement, especially since Larnell comes from grass fields and is the only boy that was chosen from Northern Natal. His team mates are all from Hilton College, Maritzburg College, Michaelhouse and St Charles.
Do us proud in Bloemfontein, Larnell, and keep your eyes focused on that green and gold!
Siyabonga, a grade 8 learner from DHS, got burnt with paraffin in August 2014. Siyabonga sustained about 40% 3rd degree open flame burns to his face, neck, torso, arms, back and legs, as well as inhalation burns. He was admitted to ICU and had multiple operations including skin graft and debridement.
The very brave fellow that he is, returned to school in February 2015. He is currently taken in by the Children of Fire Organisation, an organisation that arranges surgery and rehabilitation of the poorest terribly-injured child burn survivors across Africa, integrating education and social intervention.
If everything goes well with his therapy, he will be released again on 5th July 2015.
We as Dundee High scholars, educators and staff are thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers, Siyabonga. Stay strong and continue being the positive example you are to all of us.
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