By: Sophie Craciunescu “I think the semester change is great! I enjoy no longer having to stretch my attention span across two-and-a-half hour courses. Alternating classes made me feel disconnected from the course, as I would continue with two different subjects for a week before coming back having forgotten material. It truly feels like the authentic high school experience, and I am very grateful.” – … Continue reading How The Herd is Adjusting to The Semester Change
By: Mohammad Alqashqish Image source: Mohammad Alqashqish CrossFit at MDHS is being run by multiple teachers who are not necessarily gym teachers. What is CrossFit all about? “CrossFit is a fitness lifestyle characterized by safe, effective exercise and sound nutrition. It really is just a kind of a method for being healthy in our bodies and minds! At MD – we really want CrossFit to … Continue reading Crossfit at MD
Image Source A FREE one hour webinar on how to get employed in the skilled trades is happening on Thursday, Nov. 25 from 12 – 1 p.m. This is for anyone who is at all interested in navigating their way to a solid career after high school. The registration link is below. It’s an opportunity to learn about what skilled trade employers are looking for, … Continue reading Curious About How to Get a GREAT CAREER in the Skilled Trades?
By: Esther Fasanu & Eleena Sen After a month of planning, preparation, and collaboration between various clubs at Milton District, the Equity Team held a football game for the Senior Boys’ football team on Wednesday, November 10th, the first fundraiser group event in nearly two years. The GSA greatly contributed to the event by selling delicious snacks and drinks for the students watching. Students had … Continue reading Milton Mustangs Host Special Senior Football Event
By: Eleena Sen Evan Taylor claims the title of the 3rd fastest senior boy in Ontario! Advancing from the Golden Horseshoe Athletic Conference (GHAC) after winning first place, he headed to Lakefield for the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) 2021! With a time of 19:27, he ran 6km with lots of hills and elevation throughout the course. He’s worked incredibly hard day in … Continue reading Evan Taylor Achieves Podium Finish at OFSAA
By: Surabhi Arkalgud Gender Sexuality Alliance is a club at Milton District High School that unites and supports the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. They provide a safe and inclusive space for 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals and allies to gather and socialize, as well as educate and advocate. Meetings are every Thursday at lunch and everyone is welcome to participate! GSA is a space where you can meet like-minded people … Continue reading Hey Hey Hey! It’s the GSA
By: Sophie Craciunescu The Mustang Messenger team was hard at work leading up to the MDHS football game on Wednesday, November 10th! At our weekly Tuesday meeting after school, our team was busy putting together a sign to advertise the website. Working into overtime and using up our lunch the next day, the sign was completed. Using a creative design and real newspapers collected by … Continue reading Mustang Messenger Marketing
By: Julia Langille On November 11th, we all stood together to commemorate all the armed forces who fought and protected our country to keep us free. It is an important part of our history and our lives to remember the sacrifices of Canadian soldiers then and now. Our MD letters were redesigned in honour of Remembrance Day. A big thank you to Mr. Jones’ Art … Continue reading Remembrance Day at MDHS
By: Sophie Craciunescu Photo Credit: Sang Ha Baek Peer Tutoring is back at MD! With meetings every Wednesday at lunch in room 108, Peer Tutoring is a great way to get involved in the Mustang community. Tutors will receive volunteer hours for every session they attend! Tutoring is a simple method of gaining teaching and leadership experience, while helping students in need. It also develops … Continue reading Peer Tutoring Volunteer Opportunities!
By: Julia Dunham Mme. Beriault-Orr, a French and history teacher, has been receiving little slips of paper with french jokes on them since the second day of school by someone who has received the name “Mystery Joker.” Mme. Bériault-Orr, une professeure de français et d’histoire, reçoit des petits bouts de papier en ayant des blagues en français depuis le deuxième jour d’école par quelqu’un qui … Continue reading The Mystery Joker / Le Blagueur Mystérieux