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All Middle School students will soon have the opportunity to become CPR and First Aid certified!
Training and certification will take place over two Tuesday mornings at the MMS Upper Campus: March 11 and 18, from 9:00-11:30am.
All middle school students will participate as part of their Outdoor Adventure and Life Skills class. This training and certification is also open to current MMS parents, faculty and staff for a discounted rate of $30 per person.
Any adults wishing to partcipate need to contact faculty member Matt Meachen by March 7 at email@example.com
Mar 11, 2014
Sharing Their Learning: On a recent day in Mount Madonna School's fourth grade classroom, students presented their Spanish Mission project and reports with third grade students.
Photos by Linda Pope
Whether learning about inspirational “moral heroes,” creating papier mache bird models with high school “big buddies,” or absorbing history lessons in situ along California’s coastal area or in the Sierra mountains, students in Robin Hamsa Heinrich’s third grade class are active and challenged.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 2/6/2014, "Environmentalists plead for plastic bag ban," story by Shanna McCord, photo by Dan Coyro. Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_25073658/environmentalists-plead-scotts-valley-ban-plastic-bags
Dispatched on faraway quests to secure riches and territory for their countries of origin, and fueled by curiosity and courage, the discoveries of early world explorers in the western hemisphere are a standard piece of the fourth grade social studies curriculum at Mount Madonna School (MMS). Recently fourth grade students shared their Explorers Project research in presentations to their classmates, and it was evident that the students had been fully engaged in learning about the explorers’ lives and exploits.
“We learned about Danish explorer Vitus Bering,” explained fourth graders Amirah Ibragimchayeva and Addy Catterall-Pendleton. “Bering went to sea as a teenager and later joined the Russian navy. He led several dangerous expeditions.” The Bering Strait, the Bering Sea, Bering Island, Bering Glacier and the Bering Land Bridge have since all been posthumously named in his honor.
Edgy, ironic and bitingly funny, Legally Blonde also contains a message of empowerment and self-discovery, and believing in one’s own capabilities whether you’re woman or man, blonde or some other hair color. This upbeat musical is infused with contemporary music in various styles, including ballad, reggae, snappy funk and big Broadway-like ‘show-stoppers.’
Tickets for Legally Blonde are on sale now and can be purchased through Thursday, January 23, in the school office or by calling 408-847-2717. After that, tickets will be available at the door.
Tickets are $10 for students 18 years and under, and $15 for adults. MMS alumni are $10 on Friday and Saturday.
Tickets may be purchased by check or cash; or with a credit card for orders of $25 or more.
Jan 17, 2014
Buses will run 3 hours ahead of the regular schedule. Carpools pick up at usual places.
Mar 06, 2014
The Gilroy Dispatch, 1/7/2014, "Campus Tour and Legally Blonde at Mount Madonna School." Read more: http://www.gilroydispatch.com/blogs/school_bulletins/