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Colorful, education and very entertaining - the reviews are in, and "Journey to India," the elementary school's Cultural Awareness performance, was a rousing success! Our talented young studentsdid an amazing job of bring their learning on India's culture, history and stories to life onstage.
MMS parent Maureen Pramanik is offering her amazing Cultural Awareness performance photos available free of charge to MMS families.
Get a 2012 T-shirt for 1/2 price - just $12! Stop by the office today and see our selection. If you missed the opportunity to get yours, now is the time!
We have ladies, youth and crew styles in various colors and sizes available.
Congratulations to all for completing the audition process. You’ve done your part; hopefully you can acknowledge your growth and successes within the process. Now comes the next step: casting of the play. Casting is challenging for both performers and directors. For some, this will not be a big issue, while others may experience disappointment. The key is finding a way to move forward positively. Most have heard the statement before - every role is pivotally important - and while a bit of a cliché, it is proven true.
By Supriya McDonald, Head of Lower School
Academic Excellence is one of the three main pillars of our School, together with Positive Character Development and Creative Self-Expression. Academic achievement is one of the five core values of an MMS education. These words are found in the mission statements of most schools, and also heard in political speeches during election season. But what does academic achievement and excellence look like at MMS? How do we demonstrate it and how do we measure it?
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.
Mar 04, 2013
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.
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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...