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Please note the following schedule for middle and high school students during the final week of school:
Mon, June 9 - NO SCHOOL
Weds, June 11, 1:30pm dismissal. Buses as usual in the a.m.; transportation by reservation only in the p.m.
Mount Madonna School (MMS) is pleased to announce Preethi Balagani and Talia Speaker as the 2014 senior class Co-Valedictorians, and Roger Hooker as Salutatorian. These three students earned these distinctions through hard work and focused effort, edging out their peers at the small Central Coast school known for strong academics, environmental education, performing arts and a competitive volleyball program.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 5/29/2014, "Learning politics firsthand: Mount Madonna School students talk about trip to nation's capital," by Calvin Men. Read more
Photo by Shmuel Thaler
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 6/1/2014, Education Digest, "Students learning about civil rights movement." Read more
Colorful, handmade books, authored and illustrated by Mount Madonna School (MMS) students were on display earlier this month at the 31st annual Student Authors’ Fair at Capitola Mall in Capitola. The event featured hundreds of books created by students from throughout the area.
The GSA Blog, 5/28/2014, "Dan Tangherlini Talks Leadership with High School Students," by Ori Hoffer.
Recently, a group of students from Mount Madonna School in Watsonville, California visited GSA as part of a “Government in Action” tour that also saw them sit down for conversations with members of Congress, non-profit organizations, private industry and the media to learn how things happen here in Washington.
for PSAT testing - all Juniors and Sophomores at MMS (3 hours)
Oct 15, 2014
Dear Lower School Families and Faculty,
This final week of school on campus is a time of celebration, recognition and gratitude. As I walked the Summit Trail this morning, I reflected on the growth and accomplishments of the students this year.
As students in Linda Pope’s fourth grade class watched a slideshow about the American Civil Rights Movement, the historical images – some inspiring and others disturbing – included a clip featuring American folk singer and activist Pete Seeger signing the Baptist hymn We Shall Overcome.