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We had a truly inspiring Remembrance Day Ceremony today here at MDJH. Congratulations go out to all the staff and students who worked so hard to make it so successful.
Standing as the Colour Party makes their entrance. Pictured here is our Veteran of Honour, Mr. Rod Deon, who served in the Canadian Navy during WWII.
The MDJH Teacher Band plays “Stand By Me.”
The MDJH Choir under the direction of Ms. Peddle sing “Imagine”
Homeroom representatives pin poppies to the MDJH Remembrance Wreath, under the direction of Mr. Lawton.
Mr. Walsh tells of his visit to the beaches of Normandy with mr. Deon as part of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, back this past June.
Kids Eat Smart Foundation NL will hold the annual Radiothon on Wednesday, November 6, 2019. They will broadcast live from the Avalon Mall, 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. on all stations of VOCM/Big Land FM Radio Network. Please call in your donation on November 6th or donate online at www.kidseatsmart.ca. Please designate our school to receive your gift.
Friday, November 8th is the Mid-Fall Break, and there will be no classes on that day.
There are no classes on Monday, November 11th due to Remembrance Day.
This is an annual event conducted by The Learning Partnership, where Grade 9 students can get a glimpse into the working world.
In order for a student to be involved, the workplace must register with The Learning Partnership at this link – https://www.thelearningpartnership.ca/events/take-our-kids-to-work-day. Once registered, please email the Homeroom teacher so they are aware that the student will be excused for the day.
If you are looking for a fun and educational way for your 12-14 year old to spend some Saturday mornings this fall, this just might be the answer!
The Fall Engineering Club will be meeting on November 16, 23, 30 and December 7 in the Engineering Building. Sessions will be from 9:00am – 12:00pm on each of these days and activities will include a wide range of engineering topics including soldering, 3D printing, robotics, design challenges and more! This club is being offered at no charge, but spaces will be limited. Registration will cover all four sessions, so please consider your availability for all sessions prior to registering. It would be great if we could expect a full group each week but we understand that illness and other unplanned circumstances may occur.
Participants will be responsible for bringing along their own snacks and they must be signed in, and out, by a parent/ guardian each week.
Online registration for this club will open on Friday, November 1 at 12:00 noon.
You can find more information, and the registration link by clicking below.