- About MMS
The Connection, 2013-14, an annual publication for famiiies, friends and alumni of Mount Madonna School.
-Name, age, grade, city of residence
Sophia Saavedra, 15, junior, Gilroy
-What inspires you?
My teachers inspire me on a daily basis because of their dedication to developing and supporting their students. I have been able to develop meaningful relationships with my teachers because of the small class sizes at my school.
-Name, age, school, grade, city of residence
Lena Wiley, 17, Mount Madonna School, senior, Watsonville
-What inspires you?
I am inspired by how vast the world is and how much is possible for me to do and see in it. The community also inspires me, along with the great things people have created and accomplished by working together.
-What is your favorite subject in school, and why?
Womens “Herstory,” because we learn about women and the feminist movement throughout American history, and discuss prevalent current gender issues.
It is a gray, wet afternoon as rain drips through the redwoods on the Mount Madonna School (MMS) campus. A group of tenth and eleventh grade students can be spotted bustling outside of their classroom, full of nerves and anticipation. Most are adorned in camouflage with black smudges of paint under their eyes. To the casual observer it might appear that these students are preparing for a theatrical production.
We start our December special schedule on Monday, December 1st upon our return from the Thanksgiving Holiday. Middle School students have received special schedules on Wednesday, November 26th. You can also find copies of the schedule on the homework website in the General Information folder/class. Students can pick up extra copies at the office.
Tucked against the trunk of a substantial redwood tree, naturally camouflaged and constructed from tree branches, bits of bark, leaves, tree needles – the same forest “litter” that covers the surrounding area – a small hobbit-sized shelter is visible.
Join Jojo, a “thinker of strange and wonderful thinks,” Horton the Elephant, the tiny Whos of Whoville, Cats in Hats and other memorable characters for “Seussical Jr.,” a colorful, magical adventure that speaks not only to the power of imagination and determination of love, but also the need for compassion, humanity – and a recognition that “a person’s a person no matter how small.” A humorous and at times poignant musical, the score is a ‘Seussian gumbo’ of musical s
Euler’s identity, ei π + 1 = 0, frequently cited by scientists as the ultimate example of a “beautiful equation,” is also the favorite formula of longtime mathematician and Mount Madonna School (MMS) teacher Premdas Rohan.
Stop by and visit the 3rd Grade Classroom. The 3rd graders will have their Moral Hero Museum set up for viewing!
Dec 02, 2014
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