DHHS Students Visit Québec

a view of Quebec taken during the  high school trip


February 2020 - The 2020 trip to Montréal and Québec City returned late Monday, February 17th after four very full days of winter fun. Twenty-three students in grades 10-12 from DHHS spent time in the cities of Montréal, Trois-Rivières, and Québec City. The Québec Winter Carnival, dog-sledding, an exhibit on classic Québec culture, a visit to an ice fishing village, eating plenty of poutine - the heavy local dish of French fries, cheese curds and gravy, dancing and learning to play spoons at a sugar shack, enjoying a lumberjack dinner, skating, sledding and, of course, touring and shopping in the old ports of Montreal and Quebec were some of the highlights of the experience. This trip is organized by the World Language (French) department at Daniel Hand.

photo of DHHS French students in Canada
Photo of snow sculptures taken during the French Club trip to Canada
Photo of snow sculptures taken during the French Club trip to Canada
French students on Ferris Wheel in Quebec
Crepes on a dinner plate - French Club trip to Quebec and Montreal
DHHS French students pose for a photo on the Quebec and Montreal visit
DHHS French student poses in an ice sculpture  on the Quebec and Montreal visit
DHHS French students pose for a photo on the Quebec and Montreal visit
DHHS French students pose for a photo with a sled dog  on the Quebec and Montreal visit
DHHS French Club photo of snow sculpture  on the Quebec and Montreal visit
DHHS French students pose for a photo on the Quebec and Montreal visit
DHHS French students on dogsleds during the Quebec and Montreal visit
Snow sculpture of whales from the French Club Trip to  Quebec and Montreal
Now that is biggest snow fort ever!  huge building made with ice %22bricks%22 has wooden doors