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The Gilroy Dispatch, "Students participate in Model U.N." Read the story
Morgan Hill Times, 12/31/2014, "Students learn history from the trenches," submitted (By Prema Gammons). Read the story
Photo by Maureen Pramanik
The reviews are in and the audience says "two thumbs up!"
"Seussical, Jr.” was amazing from top to bottom, truffula trees to McElligot's Pool; from the colorful sets and original costumes to the wonderfully talented middle school students and dedicated performing arts team. Kudos, one and all!
Under a covered walkway at Mount Madonna School (MMS), boys and girls stood alongside one another, their small fingers curled around pieces of braided nylon rope. The rope was precut into specified lengths, with each piece labeled to correlate to the average size of different whale and dolphin species. The children, MMS elementary students, were participating in a simulation designed to give them a visual and physical representation of the comparative sizes of large marine mammals.
May 01, 2015
-Name, age, grade, city of residence
Rami Walker, 18, senior, Watsonville
-What inspires you?
Being in nature, climbing things, and exploring. Also the type of feel good movies that make you want to live a better life.
-What is your favorite subject in school, and why?
have always been fascinated with biology.
See the world through our students' eyes:
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"It's the little things citizens do. That's what will make the difference. My little thing is planting trees." – Wangari Maathai, Kenyan educator, conservationist, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient
The Connection, 2013-14, an annual publication for famiiies, friends and alumni of Mount Madonna School.