Mr. Sumner’s art class has kicked off October with a spooky surprise. They’ve put up a dozen splendid art displays that embody the spirit and passion of Halloween all around the main staircase! Continue reading Counting down to Halloween: Spooky tape sculptures haunt the halls for the first time
Parents and students were invited to come and meet their teachers casually, meaning no formal, pre-scheduled, sit-down interviews were planned.
Continue reading Putting a face to name: Parent-teacher meet and greets
It was not only a fantastic opportunity to be rewarded after a long, hard year, but was also a great time to connect with other students, parents, and teachers! Continue reading IN PHOTOS: Honours Celebration recognizes outstanding student achievement
You could find them on doors, pasted on the walls, and sticking out from lockers. We even found some hiding behind posters! Continue reading ‘Just Be You’: Anonymous paper kindness notes found all around MD!
Although their purpose has not been finalized, the homes will be used as a promotion, in fundraising, and there is a chance that they may even end up on a Canadian reserve. Continue reading Construction SHSM builds tiny houses for Habitat for Humanity
After speaking with Mona, we learned that this was an extremely informative experience for her as she was able to learn more about political activism and the important topics affecting our town, including as farming and public transit. Continue reading Mona Ewais: A voice for the future
Ranging from chapter to picture books about the great progress and changes made by and in the Muslim community, there was also some reading material to show their contributions to science and society as a whole. Continue reading ICNA Canada cultural exhibits teach MD about Muslim history
Parent-teacher interviews will be held on Thursday, October 17, for parents that wish to discuss the report card with teachers. Continue reading 5th Week Reports go home Tuesday
These soft and comfortable pieces are selling out fast, so get your Mustang merch quickly! Continue reading Everything you need to know about the brand new Mustang merch
Students that are a part of S.A.A sign up to cover events of their choosing and they can gain experience from these events. It teaches students different skills like leadership, time management, and they can improve their organization. Continue reading S.A.A: Q&A
From Tuesday, September 16, to Friday, September 20, an enthusiastic group of teachers and Grade 12 leaders led our Grade 10s in a week full of outdoor fun! Wilderness North—held each year up north near Haliburton—was an amazing experience our students will never forget.
Continue reading Wilderness North 2019: An unforgettable week
In addition to this history, the tour taught about how there were a group of individuals who used their words and tried their best to stand up for the issue at hand. These people include Malcolm Muggeridge, Eugene Lyons, Milena Rudnytska, Gareth Jones, Rhea Clyman, and last but not least, George Orwell. Continue reading Holomodor National Awareness Tour: An inside look at ‘Breaking the Sound Barrier’