BY SPENCER TURCOTTE In the first semester, students in Mr. Busse’s Grade 12 Art class (AVI 4M1) worked to recreate an image or photograph to the best of their ability by using a combination of precise brushwork, texture, and colour scheme. Spencer got the inspiration for this painting from a photograph he took through the bedroom window of his old house during the Fall season. … Continue reading Fall
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE Make sure to listen for Zach Boswell! He is a grade 12 student at Milton District High School who has always had a burning passion for music and is a star in the making. For someone who only took guitar lessons for two years and has never taken any vocal classes, it is clear that music just comes naturally to him. At … Continue reading Are You in Tune… with Zach Boswell?
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE The Milton District Mustangs senior boys’ volleyball team galloped all the way to the ‘AA’ OFSAA volleyball championships in Dryden, Ontario that ran from November 20th – 22nd. The ‘Stangs were seeded 10th going into the tournament and were looking to make a statement right away as they played the host team, The Dryden Eagles. There wasn’t an empty seat in the … Continue reading ‘Stangs Volleyball Road to OFSAA
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE Grade 12 is a whirlwind. Right up to senior year, many students have no clue which pathway to pursue. The majority are unaware of all the possibilities that are offered once they graduate. Here are the options: Apprenticeship: Woo, hands on! The trades are for me. Work: I want an income right out of high school. College: I learn how to actually … Continue reading Victory Laps: Vicious or Victorious?
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE AND ANDREA GLEESON Like more and more people in education these days, this is not Mr. Caughlin’s first career, which was in structural engineering. He went on to work in construction before he pursued a career in education, where he taught communications technology, tech design, construction and math for 13 years. That was then. Now in his third AWESOME year as … Continue reading “It’s the Prinicpal of the Thing”
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE September 4th, 1998, I met a girl with a 6 letter name. Usually I don’t fall in love too fast but after talking to her for a few minutes, I started to uncover her vibrant personality. Shades of blue, red, yellow, and green. Instantly, her extensive level of knowledge was known and I began to feel warm inside. And when she stared … Continue reading Google It