Elementary

Fifth Graders Enlist Congressman’s Support in Creating a National Blue Whale Day

While a firsthand sighting of a blue whale along California’s coast has so far eluded Mount Madonna School (MMS) fifth grade students; this hasn’t diminished their passion for wanting to raise awareness about protecting these ocean giants from environmental and human-caused threats…

Indigenous Knowledge and Interconnected Societies: Speaker Series Continues on May 6 and May 20

The Mount Madonna School (MMS) public speaker series based on the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continues in May with two events, “The Aloha+ Challenge: Hawaii’s Bold Sail Plan For Leading the Way Toward Meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals,”…

The World Beyond Their Horizon: Elementary Students Learn About Social Justice Champions

From civil rights champions who soar into space and shatter glass ceilings, to preserving indigenous traditions and advocating for farm workers; from conserving Earth’s precious resources to improving access to education, in recent months Mount Madonna School (MMS) lower school students have…

Sustaining Ocean Ecosystems: SDG Speaker Series Continues on April 22

The Mount Madonna School (MMS) public speaker series based on the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continues on April 22 with “FishWise: Sustaining Ocean Ecosystems and the People Who Depend on Them” featuring Tobias Aguirre. The discussion will begin at…

Sustainability and Environmental Education: Speaker Series Continues on April 15 and 22

The Mount Madonna School (MMS) public speaker series based on the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continues in April with two events, “Sustainable Development: The Climate-Energy-Equity Nexus” with Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh, Ph.D., on  April 15, and “FishWise: Sustaining Ocean Ecosystems…