Report Cards will go home tomorrow (Friday, November 30). Please sign on to PowerSchool and click on each subject grade to see the breakdown and individual marks by course. Please note that teachers may have included additional data since the printing of the Report Cards. PowerSchool represents the MOST recent grades. If you do not… Continue reading MDJH Report Cards / Parent-Teacher Conferences
Think you know the answer? See your Math Teacher!
We need your help! Be a volunteer! The Scholastic Book Fair will be arriving soon, and we’re excited about sharing the joy of reading with our students. We invite you to participate in this year’s Scholastic Book Fair from December 2-5 by volunteering. Scholastic Book Fairs gives our school the opportunity to bring families, teachers,… Continue reading Book Fair Volunteers Needed!
On Saturday, 27 students from MDJH participated in the 17th Annual Provincial Skills Canada competitions. There were approximately 500 students from across the province participating. Congratulations to all students for representing your school so well throughout the day. As well, we wish to extend a special congratulations to the students who achieved medals and awards.… Continue reading MDJH at Skills Canada 2019
The annual MDJH Adopt A Senior program is underway! Students are asked to bring in a loonie or twonie, as each homeroom is raising funds to purchase a Christmas gift for a senior at St. Patrick’s Mercy Home. For some seniors, this may be the only gift they get this year. Thank you for your… Continue reading Annual Adopt A Senior Program
There was a mistake on the letter that accompanied the tickets. The ticket sale deadline is December 10, and the winner will be drawn on December 12. Thanks once again for your understanding.
Dear School Community: We are now rolling out our first fundraiser for the school year. It is a 50/50 draw for Christmas Cash! The maximum Grand Prize could be a whopping $10,000! Tickets are $2 each, and the winner will be drawn on December 12, 2019. All proceeds will be used to create a new… Continue reading Christmas Cash! 50/50 Draw!
Canada Learning Code has a workshop coming up on Dec 1st teaching kids ages 13-17 how to create their own Virtual Reality games. Students who come out to this free event will learn a new skill and to take home their own VR headset they can attach to any smartphone to keep learning! If you… Continue reading Free Coding Workshop
In 2011, after close examination of the peanut butter replacement products that are currently on the market and in consultation with legal counsel, the former Eastern School District determined that given the similarities in appearance, texture and taste they would restrict these products in schools where a student has a peanut allergy. Please be advised… Continue reading Soy Butter Products