On Wednesday December 11, Mrs. Miller and Ms. Clarkson’s two food classes went on a trip to Hamilton’s Jackson Square and Nations Fresh Food, a large grocery store chain that sells multicultural food products. Continue reading Foods classes participate in scavenger hunt?!
On Monday, December 9th, students from all grades united to bring joy to the world this holiday season—by participating in the ‘Miracle On Main Street’ annual toy drive! Continue reading MD Takes Part in Miracle on Main’s Annual Toy Drive
Chocolate is by far the most stress-relieving snack humans have when under pressure. Despite chocolate having its satisfying crispy snap and smooth texture, that isn’t the reason why chocolate is appealing to humans, even under stress. So why is that a simple bar of chocolate makes a person feel so content and wanting for more? It all comes down to how the molecular compounds that impact brain chemistry. Continue reading Why do people love to eat chocolate?
There are still spaces left on December 18, 19, and 20, so students should book an appointment today at BookMyGrad.ca if they haven’t done so already!
Continue reading Grad Photos to begin next week
The team was led by the scoring prowess of Matt Oliver who finished the game with 27 points, as well as Malakai Agbenyega who dished out several key passes in leading the game early into the second half. Continue reading Mustangs ease past Blakelock in home opener
Bring your best buds, your reusable containers and your holiday spirit—E(cocoa)logical Day is almost here! Continue reading Eco Club kicking off holiday season with free hot chocolate this E(cocoa)logical 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
Starting this Thursday, November 28th, Milton District will be holding its monthly “Mustang Morning” for all students at the beginning of the day. Continue reading First ‘Mustang Morning’ tomorrow
On Tuesday, November 26, students taking the Grade 12 university-level biology course at Milton District High School visited the University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus, UTM! Continue reading Grade 12 Bio students visit UTM!
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