The MDJH School Council has prepared a list of questions and answers that parents of our incoming Grade 7 students may have about life here at MDJH. While no list of this sort can be totally comprehensive, we hope this will answer your most pressing questions. What is the daily schedule? MDJH works on a… Continue reading MDJH Q&A for Parents of Incoming Students
Please note that individual teachers may also add to this list. Loose Leaf paper Duotangs – different colours HB Pencils Pens Exercise books, preferably no coil Liquid paper Scissors Coloured leads Graphing paper Erasers Math Set Calculator 1 inch binders for Core Subjects French English Dictionary 555 French Verbs
What better way to start the last day of school than with a pancake breakfast? Speaking of last day of school, today is Ms. Peddle’s last day before she starts her retirement. Congratulations, Ms. Peddle!
The last day of regular classes will be Tuesday, June 18th. Exams begin on Wednesday, June 19th. The last day for cafeteria service will be Tuesday, June 18th. The Breakfast Program will be ending full service as of Tuesday, June 18th. As of Wednesday, June 19th, it will be operating on a “Grab-and-Go” basis. All… Continue reading Important Dates for the End of the School Year
That is the number of lines of code 22 Homeroom groups (approximately 528 students) wrote in their Technology courses during the 2018 – 2019 school year as part of our “Hour of Code” initiative. Actually most classes completed “Three Hours of Code”. Students used an online app called Coding Studio to complete exercises focused on… Continue reading 215,931 Lines of Code
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