Wednesday, December 12th

Drive Right Driving School

Drive Right Driving School will be holding a January Course at the Wingham Knights of Columbus Centre. The dates of the course will be January 2, 3, 4 & 5th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Please register online at For more information please come to the main office.

School Yearbook

Did you know that you can now upload photos from your device, directly into this year’s school yearbook? Do you some great pics to share in the yearbook? Simply go to the website:, use the school code ‘madill’, and send the yearbook club up to 10 pics at a time. Captains, here is a great way to make sure your team gets the representation it deserves in the yearbook. This year, you all have a greater say in what you’ll see in your yearbook, so make sure you jump on and send us your special memories. That’s, school code ‘madill’. This site will be open from now right through until the end of the school year. Thanks and happy snapping!

Work at Blyth Festival Theatre

Interested in working at the Blyth Festival Theatre box office? See Guidance for details.  

Dual Credit

If you in grade 11 or 12 and are interested in attending Dual Credit semester 2 for a college experience please drop by guidance for application forms.


This is a message for the Mustangs who attend 5-1-5: this is a reminder that we are cancelling this week because of the Cafeteria Christmas Meal on Thursday. See you next week at our usual time and place for our Annual Christmas Potluck.

Yearbook Club Meeting

There is a special yearbook club meeting happening today all morning in the Library Seminar room from 9am to 1130am. If you are in the yearbook club, please bring your books to the library after the announcements. There will be treats!  

7/8 Girls Volleyball

Congratulations to the 7/8 girls volleyball team on a great day of competition. They lost each of their first 3 games by only 2 points, before finishing the tournament strong with 2 wins. The girls displayed all the positive attributes we expect from our Madill athletes and were a joy to coach. You should be proud of your effort.