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Along the banks of the Yamuna River, thousands of red sandstone bricks used to construct the Lal-Qila, or Red Fort of Delhi, gleam in the bright afternoon sun.
On Saturday, March 2, fifth grade students from Mount Madonna School (MMS) will give a public presentation about their class environmental project, “Do One Thing to Help the Condors and the Environment.” The presentation starts at 3:00pm and will be held at the Discovery Center at Andrew Molera State Park in Big Sur.
Dr. Yong Zhao, an internationally known scholar, author and speaker, will be the featured presenter at an upcoming public lecture in Aptos. Dr. Zhao, author of more than 100 articles and 20 books, including Catching Up or Leading the Way; American Education in the Age of Globalization and World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Students will be addressing an audience of parents, educators and others interested in the topic of education trends and innovations.
Visitors to the third grade classroom on a recent afternoon were greeted by an array of modern day and historical figures, including: former President Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa, Pocahontas, Benjamin Banneker, Dr. Temple Grandin, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Each third grader chose an individual as a “moral hero” to study and later personify for the classroom presentation.
Santa Cruzs Sentinel and MercuryNews.com, 2/5/2013, "Nigerian educator inspires Mount Madonna students," story by Donna Jones, photos by Dan Coyro.
Peace activist and educator Dr. Emmanuel Ande Ivorgba, founder of the Creative Minds International Academy (CMIA) in Jos, Nigeria, will be a special guest at Mount Madonna School (MMS) on Monday, February 4.
MyrvoldsTheatreNotes.com, 1/26/2013, "Fiddler on the Roof at Mount Madonna School," by Paul Myrvold. Read his review: http://www.myrvoldstheatrenotes.com/Reviews/Entries/2013/1/26_Fiddler_on...
Nine-year-olds Corey Mensinger and Ronan Lee each picked up the end of a short redwood log and carried it a few feet to where their classmates were arranging other logs and wood pieces into a large circle on the ground underneath the redwood canopy.
“Try to hold still,” urges a sophomore girl sitting across from a classmate, as she carefully wipes a Vaseline ribbon along her friend’s hairline, framing her face with a shiny outline. Next, she begins placing wet, pre-cut strips of a material resembling cloth bandages or mummy wrappings inside the shiny perimeter, across her friend’s forehead and around her eyes, nose and mouth.
Mount Madonna School invites you to its high school production of Fiddler on the Roof, January 25-27 at the Hawks’ Nest Theater. Evening performances are planned for Friday and Saturday, January 25 and 26 at 7:00pm; and a matinee show on Sunday, January 27 at 2:00pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students under 18; all seats are reserved. To purchase tickets, call (408) 847-2717.