Thank you to all Mustangs for showing their colours and wearing blue in honour of Autism Awareness Day. Staff and students remember every day that it’s not about the horse, it’s about the herd. For more information on Autism Awareness Day, click here. Photos by Christa Talarowski Continue reading Autism Awareness Day
BY MAIJA SHEA The votes have been collected and the results are in! With a total of 32 votes overall, meet the new library fish, Fish and Chip! Thank you, Sierra J. and Sydni H. for the winning submission! Enjoy your Swedish Fish prizes. Big fish: Fish, Small fish: Chip Continue reading Meet the Library Fish: It’s O-fish-ial
Thank you for all teachers, staff, parents, and student volunteers that made a successful Parent-Teacher Interview night last night. Good luck to all students for a great semester two to come. Continue reading Parent-Teacher Interviews a Success
BY MAIJA SHEA MDHS’s Community Officer, Constable Bowes, Has funding for 8-9 students to travel to Toronto this Saturday, March 30th to see the Toronto Rock game. It will be at the Scotia Bank Arena against the Philadelphia Wings, and completely free for the first students who sign up. Three officers including Constable Bowes will drive three vans down to the game, the students will … Continue reading FREE Toronto Rock Game this Saturday with Constable Bowes
Fashion Forward is an initiative within the Halton District School Board to help provide all Grade 8 and 12 students with the opportunity to access formal wear in a safe and welcoming environment. Students are welcome to choose from a variety of new and gently-used formal wear that have been donated for this event. All formal wear is available at no cost to the students. … Continue reading Coming Up: Fashion Forward Open House at EC Drury
The final ballot with 6 potential fish names can be found in the library in front of the new tank. The names are listed below. Be sure to cast your vote as soon as possible, and congratulations to those who’s submissions made it to the final round! Photos by Travis Mont Continue reading Round Two: Name the Library Fish!
BY MAIJA SHEA For fifteen years, Women as Career Coaches has been inspiring high school girls of Halton on the path of discovering their careers. It is organized by Halton Industry Education Councill and entirely funded by sponsors. Over $31 000 was raised for this year’s evening at the Burlington Convention Centre on Thursday, March 21st. A record-breaking 700 people attended this year adding to … Continue reading Fifteen Years of Women as Career Coaches: The Biggest One Yet
BY MAIJA SHEA Unlike service dogs, a therapy dog is more than allowed to be touched because they are trained to provide affection, comfort and love to those who need it. A few years ago, Milton District High School occasionally hosted therapy dogs during exam times to comfort students who were feeling anxious or stressed about their final assessments. Now, there are two pups who … Continue reading Macy & Lola: Get to Know the Milton District Therapy Dogs
There are two new aquatic friends in the MDHS library just waiting to be named. Fill out one of the slips in front of the tank near the door and your names of choice could win. There will even be a prize for the winning submission. Continue reading Name the New Library Fish!
All grade 9 students will receive a 5th-week report tomorrow, March 21st, as well as any student who is receiving a mark below 60% in any class. The report will come in the form of a mark book printout including a comment and the grades of assessments that the students have done so far in the semester. An overall mark will not be provided because … Continue reading 5th Week Reports are TOMORROW!