I hope you were able to take some time off and enjoy the summer with friends and family.
That being stated, it is now time to inform your lovely teenage child that his/her “chill” Pokeman searching lifestyle is pretty much over! Yes, another academic year is about to get under way.
While you read this message, innovative pedagogical projects, new technology initiatives and many exciting extra-curricular activities are being planned. As I begin my 6th year, I am eagerly looking forward to reconnecting with our wonderful students and continue building the friendly yet respectful relationships I have the privilege to share with them.
To our new students and parents, who may be a little nervous, I extend a warm welcome. You can take comfort in the fact that you will surely feel part of this delightful MAC community in no time.
Lastly, I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone success and many enjoyable moments throughout the 2016-2017 school year.
At the small school with the big heart, “It’s all about the kids”.
"I always believe that the sky is the beginning of the limit." -MC Hammer
The latest school news and highlights are presented below.
- MAC on Social Media
"Students helping students". Please follow the link below to the Macdonald High school tutoring program website.
Mac High Tree Planting!
Please follow the link below to view the article.
2016 Multicultural Food Court
Please follow the link below to view the video from this years event.
- MAC in the Media
Recycling your Devices
Please follow the link below to view the student made clip on recycling your devices.
Please follow the link below to the School Clothing website.
- Major School Change 2016
- 4th Annual Mac Zombie Apocalypse
- Remembrance Day Video
Think Twice when Posting Photos
As the school year continues and the time for concerts, plays and other events arrives, we should take note of issues surrounding privacy and the posting of student photos on-line. The Central Parents Committee (CPC) of the Lester B. Pearson School Board has drafted a brief “Parent to Parent Guide” on this issue. To reach the CPC website and view their guide, follow http://cpc.lbpsb.qc.ca/documents/ThinkTwicewhenPostingPhotos.pdf