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One of the most important ways we do this is to continue to uphold the MDHS Graduation Awards Traditions.
The Alumni Award was funded by money donated from the 2004 and 2009 Reunion Committee --- but those funds had a set duration and have expired.
The meagre amount that we are able to give to our top students has become a source of disappointment for the MDHS Graduation Committee.
Please consider a $25 donation to help us build an Alumni Fund so we can continue to recognize our dedicated students in their quest to fulfill their dreams.
If you prefer to make a donation by cheque, please send to MDHS c/o Alumni Fund.
The Organizing Committee of the MDHS 2009 Reunion is really looking forward to welcoming back the thousands of Alumni that call Markham District their Alma Mater.
To be a part of the celebration of 55 years in this building and revel in its achievement of educating Markham’s students for 150 years from the original building at the corner of Joseph and Albert Streets.
To be able to say “I was there!” at the last event to be held in the building that has welcomed Students, Teachers, Support Staff, and Administrators from both buildings that have educated Markham for the past 150 years .
The balance of the proceeds (after expenses) will be used to fund the commencement awards for future honour graduates of MDHS.
The reunion committee created a fund and have been paying for student awards since 2004.
It is thanks to former students of MDHS that new grads will have a cash award to take to their next level of education.
Your Ontario Scholar Photo that used to line the halls of Markham District High
School are being repatriated.
The Alumni of MDHS are getting ready to celebrate --- for the final time --- in the building that has sat on Church Street for the past 55 years!!
In three weeks, thousands of former MDHS students, teachers, administrators and support staff along with many friends of “The District” will converge at this event to meet with old friends and celebrate memories that have stood the test of time!
The Mayor of Markham and Honorary Chair of the 2009 Reunion, Frank Scarpitti (1979), will be there to tee off with the golfers and start the Reunion festivities off with a bang!
Another group of my Grade 10 students have been working madly to digitally archive all of our Ontario Scholar pictures and other photos that graced the walls at one time, but have been removed and stored over the years as walls were painted.
If you were an Ontario Scholar, please drop by the Ontario Scholar Room and pick up your photo!
Register today --- be sure to send out e-mails or call any and all friends who went to MDHS to remind them to join you at the last MDHS Reunion in this building.
We are pleased to announce that Frank Scarpitti, Mayor for the Town of Markham, has agreed to be the Honorary Chair of the MDHS Reunion Committee.