Hey MD! Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we’ll have daily submissions of what your fellow Mustangs have been doing during quarantine. You’ll be able to learn more about what students are doing to keep themselves busy and how they’re managing to cope. We hope you enjoy learning about your peers 🙂 Stay safe and continue social distancing! Continue reading MD at Home: Student Responses
By: Kary Chung On Thursday, May 20th, the Relay for Life committee hosted a virtual game night where students got the chance to socialize and play a variety of fun games, such as ‘Gartic Phone’ and ‘Among Us’! Those who participated had a great time and two $15 gift cards were given out as prizes at the end of the night. If you were unable … Continue reading Relay for Life Gaming Night!
Congratulations to Phoenix Seelochan for receiving Milton District High School’s Student of Excellence award for the 2020/2021 school year! MD is very proud to recognize her achievements and contributions in our school community. On Thursday, May 6, the Halton Board held a virtual ceremony in recognition of this award and its recipients, streamed live on the HDSB’s official website (www.hdsb.ca). As well, our yearbook committee … Continue reading Interview With MD’s Student of Excellence Phoenix Seelochan!
By: Kathan Kapoor Image Source Mental Health Week is held during the first week of May every year. This year, the week was commemorated from May 3rd to May 7th. Local child and youth mental health departments, including Children’s Mental Health Ontario, which represents over 100 children and youth mental health centres across the province, are reminding families that help and support are still available … Continue reading National Child and Youth Mental Health Week
By: Kary Chung Image Source What is Relay for Life? Every year Milton District High School holds a fundraising event in partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society called Relay For Life. Through this event we raise awareness for cancer and funds that go towards cancer research and support for the thousands of Canadians affected by cancer. What does the event look like? Relay for Life … Continue reading Relay For Life Event This Year
Image Source The Milton Rotary Club brings together a worldwide network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle some of the world’s most urgent humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million people from more than 200 countries. Their mission has an effect on people’s lives, both locally and internationally. Milton Rotary is filled with many dedicated volunteers who share a passion for … Continue reading Youth Summit from Milton Rotary Club
Hey MD! We have a lot of exciting events planned for this month. Here is a list of what students can look forward to in the month of April. This list will be updated if more information regarding new or currently scheduled events is released. Spring Break will run on the week of Monday, April 12, until Friday, April 16. Classes will resume as normal … Continue reading Upcoming Events in April
We asked MD students, families and alumni what their ideal quarantine workspace looks like while learning online. Here are some responses! Kaitlyn Hartshorn (MD Alumni): “I am a Landscape Architecture (LA) student at the University of Guelph. It has been very challenging to adjust to working and doing course work from home, as my program is very hands-on and collaborative. LA students work at special … Continue reading MD at Home Workspaces!
Image Source This year, the drama council proudly presents A Killer Party: A Murder Musical! This musical is about a rising Broadway director who is murdered in broad daylight in front of his cast. Now, an amateur detective with a distaste for theatre kids must try to find who did it, while the cast miserably quarantines in confined spaces which ascribes it to quarantining during … Continue reading A Killer Party: A Murder Musical is MD’s Theatrical Production for 2021
By: Kathan Kapoor Image Source Bullying is an issue that many people have to deal with every day. In fact, according to dosomething.org, 1 in 5 students have experienced bullying in the forms of verbal harassment, social harassment, physical bullying and/or cyberbullying. Pink Shirt Day is a day to support victims of bullying and talk about how we can put a stop to bullying. The … Continue reading Wear Pink on February 24th!
By: Kary Chung Image Source Are you struggling to keep up with one of your courses and your grades are not where you would like them to be? In that case, peer tutoring at MD would be a great option for you. What is Peer Tutoring? Peer tutoring is an opportunity for students at MDHS to receive extra help/support in more difficult subjects, from students … Continue reading Peer Tutoring at MDHS