How The Herd is Adjusting to The Semester Change

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

Mustang Messenger Marketing

By: Sophie Craciunescu The Mustang Messenger team was hard at work leading up to the MDHS football game on Wednesday, November 10th! At our weekly Tuesday meeting after school, our team was busy putting together a sign to advertise the website. Working into overtime and using up our lunch the next day, the sign was completed.  Using a creative design and real newspapers collected by … Continue reading Mustang Messenger Marketing

Peer Tutoring Volunteer Opportunities!

By: Sophie Craciunescu Photo Credit: Sang Ha Baek Peer Tutoring is back at MD!  With meetings every Wednesday at lunch in room 108, Peer Tutoring is a great way to get involved in the Mustang community. Tutors will receive volunteer hours for every session they attend!  Tutoring is a simple method of gaining teaching and leadership experience, while helping students in need. It also develops … Continue reading Peer Tutoring Volunteer Opportunities!

MD’s 2021/2022 Student Government

By: Sophie Craciunescu The class representatives have been chosen, the Prime Minister has been elected and excitement is in the air. The election process was an effective and interesting way to ensure that Mustang voices would be herd.  During the very first week of school, teachers were hard at work ensuring that the grade representatives were chosen. Applications opened, and many students eager to help … Continue reading MD’s 2021/2022 Student Government

Why is September 30 Truth and Reconciliation Day?

Image Source By: Sophie Craciunescu Orange Shirt Day is taking place at MD, and it is important to learn about the meaning behind this nationally recognized event. Orange Shirt Day was first recognized in 2013 and started with the real story of Phyllis Webstad of the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation, a residential school survivor. The federal government officially named September 30th the National Day for … Continue reading Why is September 30 Truth and Reconciliation Day?