By: Arjun Gupta On Friday, May 20, Milton District was proud to celebrate its very own Culture Day! Students were encouraged to wear clothes from their ethnic backgrounds and take pictures in front of the background with their friends. People came in droves to show off their ethnic pride. There was even another round of cafeteria karaoke, a new mainstay for MD culture days. It … Continue reading Culture Day at MDHS
By: Kathan Kapoor and Arjun Gupta This May, not one, but TWO classes of Mr. Matt Jones’ grade 11 Outdoor Education experienced the adventure of their lives when they spent four nights camping and canoeing out in Algonquin Provincial Park. For each trip, thirty students were able to go, plus two teachers and three graduate students who came as camp leaders. They made two trips … Continue reading An Experience to Remember: The Spring Outdoor Ed (Canoe) Trip(s)
By: DJ Panda On Friday April 29th, some of our very own Co-op students attended the Today we’ll talk about the Trades Truck event! This program was there to help students understand the value of specialized work and all the ways it can help them and the society. The main focus of Friday’s event was on a group of seven students from Milton District High … Continue reading Trades Truck
By: Hannah Beckford On April 29th MD had its first ever Formal Friday! It was a roaring success! The halls were filled with people dressed in their very best for the event, but we can all agree that the karaoke was the real highlight of the day. During lunchtime people pressed shoulder to shoulder, cheering on the singers. Energy filled the air and things became … Continue reading Formal Friday
By Surabhi Arkalgud The Drama Council is thrilled to announce that MDHS’s spring production of Footloose: The Musical will be opening its doors on May 25th and will continue until May 27th. The cast and crew have been working very hard to showcase the enormous amount of talent at MDHS. With singing, dancing, and everything in between, there is something for everybody to enjoy. “I … Continue reading MDHS Presents Footloose: The Musical!
By: Eleena Sen Lunch Lounge at Milton District has begun! Lunch Lounge is a program designed for new students to take part in various activities such as art, games and learn about community organizations. It takes place every Wednesday during lunch(from 11:00 – 11:45). Everything is provided by the program so no supplies need to be brought by students. Students seem to be enjoying the … Continue reading Lunch Lounge￼
By: Kary Chung Recently, the Drama Council organized their annual Disney Night! Students were dressed in their favorite Disney themed pieces and were ready to have a great time. The event was open to anyone who wished to participate and was advertised on Drama Council’s instagram (@mdhs.drama). It featured performances, games and much more. It truly was a magical night! Drama Council is one … Continue reading Disney Night at MD!
By Hamza Serieh, Kathan Kapoor and Arjun Gupta A week into this change and the face of Milton District High School is looking different. Ontario has loosened its COVID-19 health restrictions and dropped its mask mandate, but what are the Mustangs’ thoughts on this significant change that has been a part of our lives for two years? Roger Kiritharan – How do you feel about … Continue reading The End of the Mask Mandate at MD!
By: Kathan Kapoor Q: What is your job as a student prime minister? A: My job as the Prime Minister of Student Government is to assess the quality of school life amongst the students of MDHS, and brainstorm and execute solutions with a team of student leaders and staff that will satisfy the needs and desires of students at our school. Q: What changes do … Continue reading Student Prime Minister Q&A
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