By: Kathan Kapoor On Thursday, April 28, the Mustangs held their annual talent show! The 7-minute showcase was posted to the official MDHS YouTube channel, and has been viewed by more than 70 people. Four incredible acts were presented in the production, all of which can be viewed at your convenience by clicking the link above. The show kicked off with Julia Langille playing Concerto … Continue reading MDHS Talent Show 2022!
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 Arjun Gupta and Kathan Kapoor This semester, Milton District is employing new and old strategies to improve the mental health of students and make our community a better place. On February 23, Milton District honored National Pink Shirt Day, a day put aside to combat bullying in schools across Canada. Many students throughout the school participated in the event, standing against the issue and … Continue reading MD Recognizes Anti-Bullying and Mental Health
By: Abeeha, Arjun, Kary, and Kathan Just before the winter break, MDHS’s Social Justice SHSM organized a holiday market with all proceeds going towards the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society. The market featured live music, hot chocolate, and tables selling photocards, keychains, therapy bags and more! The holiday market also included a used book store with books collected through donations and resold to … Continue reading MDHS Holiday Market 2021
By: Arjun Gupta and Kathan KapoorWhy carry a backpack to school when you could bring literally anything else? On December 1st, students got to show their Mustang spirit by bringing their school supplies in anything — except a backpack. From shopping carts and strollers, to trash bins and laundry hampers, the possibilities were endless! Our students’ wild creativity and imagination were on full display, as … Continue reading Not a Backpack Day at MDHS
By: Kathan Kapoor Image Source Milton’s annual Santa Claus Parade will take place on Sunday, November 21st along Main Street, starting at Whitmer St. at 1:30PM and ending at the GO station around 3:30PM. This year’s parade is a salute to the generosity and courage of the everyday heroes of this pandemic – from healthcare workers on the front lines, to all the essential workers, … Continue reading A Very Merry Volunteer Opportunity!
By: Kathan Kapoor Image Source The first week of November marks Treaties Recognition Week to recognize the importance of treaties and increase awareness of treaty relationships between Indigenous Nations and the Government. Learning about treaties and treaty relationships is a part of truth and reconciliation. Treaties are negotiated agreements that define the rights, responsibilities and relationships between Indigenous groups and Federal and Provincial Governments. Treaties … Continue reading Treaties Recognition Week
By: Kathan Kapoor Image Source: Kathan Kapoor On November 4th, many people will be celebrating Diwali. Although Diwali is a Hindu festival, many other faiths including Buddhists, Jains, and Sikhs take part in the festivities. Also known as the Festival of Lights, the celebration derives its name from the clay lamps Hindus put outside of their homes. There are many interpretations of the celebration, but … Continue reading Happy Diwali!
By: Kathan Kapoor LGBTQIA+ History Month celebrates the historical achievements of those who identify within the LGBTQIA+ community. In 1994, Rodney Wilson, a Missouri High School teacher, proposed the idea that a month should be dedicated to celebrate and educate about LGBTQIA+ history. The month of October was chosen as schools are in session and existing occasions such as National Coming Out Day (October 11th) … Continue reading LGBTQIA+ History Month at MDHS
Image Source By: Kathan Kapoor Terrance Stanley Fox was born on July 28, 1958 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He is a national hero and inspiration to many. In 1977, Terry Fox had to get his right leg amputated due to a serious bone cancer called osteogenic sarcoma. While he was recovering, Terry Fox felt inspired to raise money for cancer by running across Canada. In 1980, … Continue reading MD’s Annual Terry Fox Run