- May 8 - Excellence in Teaching Award
- May 8 - Congratulations from the Board
- May 1 - Sod-Turning Ceremony at Dr. Roy Wilson Learning Centre
- Apr 26 - Congratulations from the Board
- Apr 18 - Edwin Parr Nominees
- Apr 10 - New Electives Offered at MHHS & AMS for 2013-14
- Apr 8 - New School Has A Name
- Apr 3 - Congratulations from the Board
We Day Event - October 24, 2012
At We Day, youth join together to celebrate the positive actions they are taking and to build the momentum of the movement of young people making a difference in their communities and around the world. Through We Day, youth learn that it is cool to care. The Free The Children organization that established We Day activities was founded on the understanding that by awakening the spirit of activism in young people, anything is possible - injustices can be stopped, local and global communities can be transformed for the better, and hope for the future can be sustained. Based on the belief that young people can create change, the We Day movement was born.
We Day is coming to Calgary on October 24th and 25 Medicine Hat School District students are registered to attend. It will be held in the Scotiabank Saddledome and it is anticipated that 500 to 600 schools will participate. The schools in our District attending are: Medicine Hat Christian, Vincent Massey, George Davison, Crescent Heights High, Riverside, Elm Street, Alexandra Middle, River Heights, Medicine Hat High and Connaught. Tickets for the event are free and schools are arranging their own transportation. As part of their commitment to be a part of We Day, schools must submit two reports to the organizers related to positive actions they have take in their schools.