Learning Resources for Families
The HDSB is providing literacy and mathematics resources for families to support student achievement and enhance learning at home and school.

Literacy and Mathematics Resources

Online COVID-19 School Screening Tool
Students and staff must complete the online COVID-19 School Screening Tool prior to attending school each day. 

Complete School Screening Tool

Mental Health &
Well-Being Resources
Mental health and well-being support and resources are available for students and parents/guardians.  

Mental Health & Well-Being Resources

Milton Website slideshow

Milton District High School

T: 905-878-2839       F: 905-878-0617     

Instagram: @miltonmustangs  Twitter: @MDHighSchool 

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In 2021-2022, we introduced staff, students and the community to the framework of the HDSB’s 2020-2024 Multi-Year Plan and how it drives learning across the system.


This year, we are excited to bring you another series of videos designed to bring the Multi-Year Plan into greater focus as part of our Director's Cut video series. We will be taking a closer and deeper look at the classroom level, showing how each of the five areas of focus in the Multi-Year Plan are integrated and implemented into everyday instruction.


Enjoy Director's Cut | Episode #8 | Episode #8 examines how elementary and secondary classrooms are bringing to life the ‘Equity & Inclusion’ area of focus.

Throughout Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, students, families and staff are encouraged to learn more about how we can prevent bullying to ensure safe school communities that support student well-being.

Now more than ever, it is important to be safe when using digital technology and the internet. Here are 3 tips to be safe online:

1️⃣ Protect your privacy.

2️⃣ Know who your friends are.

3️⃣ Ask for help.

To learn more, visit 

Now that the colder and snowy weather has arrived, we encourage all families to review the HDSB Inclement Weather Reminders. A printable version of this information is also available. If your child is bused to school, please ensure you know which transportation zone you are located in. Please note that when schools are closed due to inclement weather, both in-person and virtual schools will be closed and remote learning will not be provided. This is to ensure student and staff safety and to continue to provide an equitable learning experience for all students.

Milton District has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga-Dufferin to bring our students a unique hands-on learning experience with the building of a 230 sq ft tiny home. As part of exploring skilled trades, these students will work under the direction of our teaching staff and Habitat HMD’s tiny home construction manager to complete these homes for June. Along with other schools in Halton & Peel, Habitat HMD will deliver these homes to their Indigenous Partner communities upon completion. Each home has been generously sponsored by Habitat HMD’s partners.

For more information on the program, progress made by our students or how to support it, visit

The Halton District School Board (HDSB) is hosting Mental Health & Well-Being Information Sessions for parents/guardians this December. The sessions will be led by a mental health expert in that area who will share their knowledge and provide helpful information and resources. 


How to register: Complete the Mental Health & Well-Being Information Sessions Registration Form


Additional sessions will be provided in the new year. More information will be available in January.

Halton Food for Thought (HFFT) is dedicated to feeding the success of our students, one healthy, happy student tummy at a time.

In partnership with the school boards and our community, HFFT is the sole provider of Student Nutrition Programs in schools across Halton Region.

Student Nutrition Programs include nutritious meals and snacks and are available before or during school hours at no cost. These programs are a safe and reliable source of healthy food and are open to all students in a school’s community from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12. Halton Food for Thought believes that through the provision of healthy food, every student has the best chance at success.

We want all children to reach their full potential and lead healthy, active lives.

To help support student success, please consider volunteering with, or donating to Halton Food for Thought.

To learn more about HFFT Student Nutrition Programs, visit their website.

Together we #FuelOurFuture!