Duncan MacMillan High

October 12th, 2018

We acknowledge that we are in Mi'kma'ki which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi'maq people


Elementary Cafeteria Special: 1/2 BLT wrap served with side pasta salad - $4.50

High School Cafeteria Special:  Sweet & Sour meatballs served with rice and vegetables - $5.50


  • Mi'kmaq fact of the day:The Province of Nova Scotia proclaimed October as“Mi’kmaq History Month”.
  • Jr./Sr. High students interested in making Indian Tacos (make bannock) please meet in room 214 at 12:05.

  • Gr. 9-12 students interested in NSSSA leadership conference, see Ms. Stephenson in room 230 during lunch time.

  • Gr. 12 students are asked to pass in their social insurance numbers to Mrs. Levy by November 16th.

  • Retake Day TODAY
  • Grad Photo's will take place TODAY.  A sign up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in the Sr. hallway.  $10 sitting fee due at time of sitting. Friendship/couple/group sign up, $25 per couple and $5 extra per additional person due at time of sitting.
  • Sr. high students wishing to leave school property at lunch and unscheduled blocks must have a signed note from a parent or guardian and are required to sign in and out at the office.

  • Lily's Hill - In preparation of our upcoming winter season, you and your family are invited to participate in the annual Lily's Hill "Get'er Done" work party.  The date is set for Saturday, October 13th from 11am-5pm.  As a thank you, we are planning to have a BBQ.  This is a wonderful opportunity for stuents to work on getting volunteer hours to build their resume.  The hill is run by a small group of volunteers and it is available to everyone to use.  Kindly, we ask that you lend a hand and help from time to time.
  • FREE FAMILY EVENT - The Nova Scotia Forest Festival, Memory Lane Heritage Village, Lake Charlotte, Saturday, October 13th, 10 AM - 4 PM. Grab your plaid and head for the woods! This event is a showcase of the many ways Nova Scotians connect to our forests. Enjoy an array of activities in the fresh fall air, from guided walks with Parks Canada and the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History to a campfire, axe-throwing, crafts, canoeing and live entertainment. For more information, visit www.heritagevillage.ca