The Annual MDHS Costume Contest was a blast and exciting experience for all students this year, freshman to senior! Continue reading Annual Halloween Costume Contest spooks MD students
Elections Canada representative Nancy Moore was highly impressed with Milton District High School’s friendly feel and selfless helping nature. Continue reading MD hosts voting booths for 2019 federal election
Parents and students were invited to come and meet their teachers casually, meaning no formal, pre-scheduled, sit-down interviews were planned.
Continue reading Putting a face to name: Parent-teacher meet and greets
Parent-teacher interviews will be held on Thursday, October 17, for parents that wish to discuss the report card with teachers. Continue reading 5th Week Reports go home Tuesday
While students were sent to the party, their parents were invited into the Large Gym to be officially welcomed to the school by our administrative team. After a short 30 minute talk, parents were free to roam the school and experience it as their children do. Continue reading Grade 9 Night: A blast for both students and parents
Positions were decided on, nominations were made, pitches were presented, and votes were cast—all within half an hour. Continue reading Introducing your HOSA executives
BY TITHI MAYANI [Image Source] On April 25th, MDHS students wrote the National Biology Competition from the University of Toronto, in room 217. The contest consisted of fifty multiple choice questions. For every question that students got right, they gained a mark. However, for every question that students got wrong, they lost a third of a mark. Students had from 1:20 to 2:40pm to write … Continue reading Biology Club’s National Competition
BY TITHI MAYANI The Health and Wellness Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) students of Milton District High School participated in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) on March 25th and 26th. Taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention, HOSA is a two-day competition for students that wish to pursue a career in healthcare. Students who participate in HOSA must choose an event to participate in, … Continue reading Huge Success at HOSA Canada Competition
BY TITHI MAYANI On Wednesday, March 6th, Milton District High School hosted “Hoops for Hearts” during periods 3 and 4. Hoops for Heart is an event in which students make teams of 3, and sign up to shoot hoops against other teams. Students are encouraged to fundraise money, which will all go to the American Heart Association. Donations could be collected by a pledge sheet, … Continue reading Hoops for Heart
BY TITHI MAYANI Image Source Let’s face it, high school students often aren’t the best at eating healthy. Trying to balance extracurriculars, academics, social life, and jobs often leaves us too stressed and too short on time to worry about personal health and diet. However, it may be possible that a lack of vitamins in your diet may be adding to your stress. A common … Continue reading Are you Lacking Vitamin B12?