The 2019-2020 school year is officially drawing to a close. Here is an updated timetable for students and families: Friday, June 5 – the last day for online classes. Teaching to classes will end on this day, although teachers may maintain contact with individual students where circumstances dictate. Friday, June 12 – the last day… Continue reading Update For The Rest Of The School Year
Grade 9 students – we are looking for you to leave your mark on MDJH! Check out your Google Classroom for information on adding your name to the digital graffiti wall! Don’t forget – Mme. Quann is looking for your baby picture by Monday, May 25th. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org And set a reminder for… Continue reading MDJH Digital Graffiti Wall
Grade 9 Students of Macdonald Drive Junior High, The staff of MDJH would love for you to join us on Thursday, May 28, for a Google Meet Celebration! We know it’s been a difficult end to your MDJH experience, and we are disappointed we could not go ahead with the Leaving Carnival that we were… Continue reading Google Meet Celebration – Thursday, May 28th
With the date of the grade 9 carnival approaching, we would like to have the slideshow presentation for our students who are leaving ready to view the evening of Thursday, May 28th. Grade 9 students are asked to submit a baby picture or picture of them as a younger child for the slideshow. Please submit… Continue reading Grade 9 School Leaving Slideshow
Did you lose these glasses? They were found at the school during an outside clean up. If they are yours, please contact Ms. Pike at email@example.com.
The 2019-2020 yearbook is complete. MDJH is a very busy school, and the 750 pictures included in the yearbook reflect this. There are many moments and memories captured in this book in spite of our school’s early closure. ALL MDJH STUDENTS from every homeroom (7-9) are included in the yearbook. It is not a book… Continue reading 2019-2020 Yearbooks
During these unprecedented times the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District (NLESD) has continued to provide services and resources that assist students in managing their mental health and wellness while classes are suspended. On April 7th, NLESD launched the telephone counselling component of its Volunteer Guidance Services Initiative. This service has seen both parents and… Continue reading Online Social Emotional Learning Sessions
Calling all students! We want your family stories about what is happening in Newfoundland and Labrador during the Covid-19 pandemic! Here are some sample questions to get you started on your home oral history interview. You can answer these yourself, or sit down with a family member and interview them. Don’t forget to start your… Continue reading Student Covid-19 NL Oral History Project with Heritage NL and The Rooms
Did you recently receive a text message from NLESD? This is a service that grants permission to the school to send you messages via text. It is something that was scheduled to go out on March 13th but got delayed due to the pandemic. It is completely voluntary. We will still continue to send out… Continue reading School Messenger Text – May 7th
Kids Help Phone has launched a phone counselling service in Arabic, facilitated by Arabic-speaking interpreters. For more information, visit their website at https://kidshelpphone.ca/get-involved/programs-resources/supporting-arabic-speaking-youth/.