Congratulations to the Grade 8 Boys Volleyball Team, who won Gold at the tournament we hosted this weekend. They played great!
Way to go, Grizzlies!
Thank you for your continued support!
Our school science fair on March 15 was a great success. It showcased mostly grade 7 students, with the addition of a few determined scientists in grades 8 and 9. In total, we had about 80 projects presented by about 110 students. Eleven members of the St. John’s scientific community joined us as judges. They were very impressed with the overall caliber of the projects and enjoyed the experience of talking with our students. The science department is proud of all our students who participated and excited to announce the top projects of the MDJH Science Fair 2018:
For students in grades 8 and 9, the science fair project was not a course requirement. The intrepid souls who took on the extra challenge will also have the opportunity to present it at the Regional Science Fair. They are:
Grades 8 & 9
We are getting ready to wind up the 50/50 Draw. We ask that all tickets – sold and unsold – be returned to the office as soon as possible. There are still lots of seller prizes available, so bring in those stubs!
Given the forecast for Friday night/ saturday, all activities in the school/ gym have been canceled for Saturday, March 10th. They can continue for tonight and then resume on Sunday. Thank you.
Miss your chance to order a school photo back in the fall? Lose the order envelope and think you’re out of luck?
Worry no more!
Click here for a flyer that tells you how you can order on-line or over the phone!
The Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women NL is offering a free, interactive half-day workshop for 12-18 year-old female athletes. Coaches, parents and caregivers are welcomed to attend as well.
Location: Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre, CBS
Date: Saturday, March 10, 2018, 11:30 – 3:00pm (participant check-in begins at the door at 11:00 am)
Lunch will be provided however anyone with dietary restrictions are asked to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook to ensure we can accommodate.
For more information regarding the event and the organization, please click here to visit the registration page.
Pre-registration is required: https://www.facebook.com/events/201461247255808/
Deadline for registration is March 7.
Join Constable Chad Rogers and Gary Summers on Tuesday March 6th at 7pm here at MDJH in the Gymnasium, for a 2 hour meaningful and insightful presentation and learn some valuable skills that will help guide you through your child’s adolescence.
There is a Parent Booklet to go along with this presentation. To help us move towards going paperless, please click here to download this booklet to a device.
We are excited to announce that all students and teachers will be attending a film at Cineplex Theaters (Avalon Mall) on Thursday morning, May 3.
Rising Above is an engaging 90-minute documentary film by YLCC Media that sheds light on the issue of bullying within our schools and communities. It tells the stories of ten Canadians who have either been the targets of bullying or a person who bullied others in the past — their stories of hope, growth and courage in overcoming and rising above the challenges they faced.
This film ties into our school district’s Safe & Caring Schools Policy and helps us to work toward our goals related to bullying.
The cost of this film and transportation to the event is $10 per student. It is highly subsidized by the Canadian Red Cross. We are asking that you send in this fee and the completed permission form as soon as possible. Cineplex is requiring numbers before Easter break.
Thank you for your continued support!