There will be a Breakfast Blitz in support of our Kids Eat Smart Breakfast Program. Starting Tuesday, March 19th, students are asked to donate breakfast items. If you able to help out, the following items are requested:
- Paper Plates
- Mini Muffins
- Mini Wheats Original
- Granola Bars (peanut free)
- Breakfast Cereal Bars (peanut free)
- 100% Juice (either Apple or Orange)
- English Muffins
- Bagels (plain or blueberry)
- Paper Bowls
Donated items can be dropped off at the office.
Another year, another science fair! We are again very proud of the students who took part, mostly grade 7’s of course but also a few dedicated grade 8 and 9 science students. We had 109 projects registered by about 150 students, and 13 judges.
Judges were very impressed with the overall caliber of the projects and enjoyed the experience of talking with our students, who represented us well. Science teachers want to express all our appreciation for all who pitched in and helped us out to make this happen, for your help with supervision in the fair and patience with the general chaos and mayhem.
The students who will represent us at the Regional Science Fair are:
- Liam Power, 7-2
- Alex Hollett and Noah Ryan, 7-3
- Emma Pittman and Abby Lynch, 7-5
- Jackson Porter, 7-6
- Sydney Chislett, 7-6
- Richelle Squires (7-6) and Lily Skinner (7-5)
- Heather Smart and Elizabeth Mckay, 7-6
- Sara Stuckless and Lauren House, 7-8
- Maria Antle and Erin Blundon 7-8
- Adeola Oloruntobi, 7-9
- Tanish Bhatt, 7-10
- Merrin Winter, 7-11
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
- Grace Brown and Sophia Hawco, 8-6
- Ellie Piercey (8-6) and Eliza Somers (8-5)
- Julia Andrews 8-8
- Leila McCrate 8-9
- Sarah Healey 9-5
- Cameron Jeans 9-7
- Declan Workman 9-8
The Science Department
In celebration of World Autism Awareness Day on Monday, April 1, Macdonald Drive Junior High will take part in Be Cool for Autism. Wear your sunglasses to spread the theme that it’s cool to be accepting of everyone.
On Monday, April 1:
- Wear your sunglasses
- Share your best selfie or group photo with us!
- Tag us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @AutismSocietyNL with the hashtag #BeCoolForAutism
For downloadable resources, such as coloring sheets, and information about autism, please visit https://www.autism.nf.net/world-autism-awareness-day/
The latest MDJH newsletter is now available! Click here to view it!
Congratulations to the Grade 9 Girls Basketball team on winning the Provincial Championship this past weekend!
Congratulations to the Grade 7A Boys Basketball team on winning the silver medal at Provincials this past weekend!
Congratulations to the Grade 7 Girls Basketball team on their performance at Provincials this past weekend!
Way to go, Grizzlies!
Grade 9 students can apply for a bursary to attend a 3-week summer program at Campus Notre-Dame-du-Foy (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Québec). The Grade 9 program is open to all Grade 9 students, regardless of their level of French (beginner to advanced). Bursaries are paid directly to the institution and cover tuition, registration fee, room and board, instructional materials and all compulsory activities.
Bursary recipients are responsible for their own transportation costs and pocket money.
Application deadline: April 18, 2019.