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: 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
For the past two decades, World Cancer Day has been commemorated on February 4 as a way to raise awareness of the suffering and death toll caused by cancer all over the world. The goal of the day is prevention and finding a cure for cancer through public awareness and research. Continue reading World Cancer Day
The Star With the work-to-rule campaign Ontario teachers are launching, there have been many questions surrounding what exactly is happening and how the campaign may affect students. In a recent article by The Star, they cleared the air, confirming that the campaign will not affect students and their extra-curriculars. To read the full article, click here. Continue reading EXTRA-CURRICULARS ARE ON: Teachers’ work-to-rule campaign will have ‘zero impact’ on students, union says
In a recent article by The Star, the work-to-rule campaign being launched by Ontario’s public high school teachers is discussed, going over exactly which actions teachers are taking for this campaign. Continue reading High school teachers will work to rule starting Tuesday
If you like writing or want to try something new, click here to read more about the contests and send in a submission as a student of MD for a chance to be published. You could win a monetary prize for yourself and MD! Continue reading Send in submissions for Polar Expressions Publishing!
MD’s certified therapy dogs celebrated Halloween fashionably this year. Continue reading Woof! MD’s therapy dogs share their Halloween spirit with students
Each year, those of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, and Jain creeds celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, which is regarded as the biggest and most celebrated holiday for Hindus around the world. Continue reading Diwali: The festival of lights
With the threat of climate change looming, you have the opportunity to be a climate action leader by joining other youth in standing up for the environment. Continue reading Learn how to register for the Halton Climate Collective’s Generation Green Youth Un-Conference
Each year, the UN chooses a theme to mark the day and this year, it’s GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable. Continue reading GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable