Last Friday, CHCH television met up with Karina Gould at MMR to finish up a news report about Karina and her appointment in Justin Trudeau's cabinet. Karina wanted to meet at MMR because she views the school as a very important influence on her during her formative years. Karina met with beloved teachers and walked around the hallways reminiscing about her time at the school. You can view the news report, including appearances by three MMR teachers, here.
We look forward to a great year here at M.M. Robinson High School. This is an important month as we wrap up semester one activities. Students will be busy working on Final Performance Tasks and preparing for exams. Remember, hard work and effort are the keys to success in learning. Have a great January Rams.
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MMR's grade 8 information night is fast approaching. Set aside some time on Thursday Evening November 17th between 6:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. to come to the school and learn all that it has to offer. The following is the basic schedule for the evening, but be sure to come out because there are lots of great interactions planned that are not listed:
Way to go RAMS. Thanks to Ms. Reid and many teachers, students, volunteers and the entire MMR and Burlington Community the Food Drive was a huge success.
Students, please read this letter, an open letter to all high school students from the Director of Education at the Halton Board. It explains the PAR process which reviews how students are offered education in Burlington. The Halton Board is eager to receive input from students who are important stakeholders in the educational process.
As part of their charity work, the M.M. Robinson Student Council has organized a Gift of Giving Back event for Thursday October 27th. Crews consisting of Student, staff, and parent volunteers will be going out into local neighbourhoods to collect non-perishable food items. These non-perishable food items will be donated to partners of the Gift of Giving Back program. The partners are the Salvation Army Food Bank, Partnership West, Carpenter Hospice, Compassion Society and Halton Women's Place. To learn more about The Gift of Giving Back Program, please follow this link.
Attention all staff and students- Please remember to bring in food donations next week!
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