MDHS Presents Footloose: The Musical!

By Surabhi Arkalgud The Drama Council is thrilled to announce that MDHS’s spring production of Footloose: The Musical will be opening its doors on May 25th and will continue until May 27th. The cast and crew have been working very hard to showcase the enormous amount of talent at MDHS. With singing, dancing, and everything in between, there is something for everybody to enjoy. “I … Continue reading MDHS Presents Footloose: The Musical!

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Holiday Candy Cane Grams

by Surabhi Arkalgud The 2021/2022 school year student government is excited to announce that we are having a Candy Cane Gram stand in front of the cafeteria from December 6th to December 9th. Each day during lunch, you can find two student government representatives at the stand in the entrance to the cafeteria. They are selling a bundle of one Christmas themed cookie, one hot … Continue reading Holiday Candy Cane Grams

MD Healthcare SHSM Donates Baby Kits to United Way

By: Surabhi Arkalgud and Eleena Sen Photo: Eleena Sen Each year, the Healthcare SHSM looks to involve staff and students in supporting a local charity that is working in the health sector. Recently, the Healthcare SHSM donated baby kits to United Way Halton & Hamilton to benefit refugee families new to Canada from Afghanistan.  Photo: Eleena Sen The kits were delivered to the UWHH Community … Continue reading MD Healthcare SHSM Donates Baby Kits to United Way

Hey Hey Hey! It’s the GSA

By: Surabhi Arkalgud Gender Sexuality Alliance is a club at Milton District High School that unites and supports the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. They provide a safe and inclusive space for 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals and allies to gather and socialize, as well as educate and advocate.  Meetings are every Thursday at lunch and everyone is welcome to participate! GSA is a space where you can meet like-minded people … Continue reading Hey Hey Hey! It’s the GSA

Halloween Spirit Week at MDHS

By: Surabhi Arkalgud Orange and Black Day Wednesday, October 27th was Orange and Black Day at MDHS, where students and staff were encouraged to wear black and orange in order to get in the spirit for Halloween. Many students and staff members participated, making it a very festive spirit day! Why are the Halloween colours orange and black? In terms of symbolic and traditional meaning, … Continue reading Halloween Spirit Week at MDHS