WHAT: Oliver! a production of the Mount Madonna Middle School Players
WHEN: December 18 and 19, 2:30pm
WHERE: Mount Madonna School, 491 Summit Road, Mount Madonna
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 11/3/2010, “Private schools team up to offer free screening of ‘Race to Nowhere,” by Cathy Kelly. Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_16497397?IADID=Search-www.santacruzsentinel.com-www.santacruzsentinel.com
MMS is now a certified “Green” school. We are the first in Santa Cruz Co. to have completed this arduous process.
KSBW TV8, 10/17/2010, 6:00pm news, Mount Madonna 6th grade students prepare for videotaping a public service announcement (PSA) with a Discovery Communications film crew. Watch the broadcast at http://www.ksbw.com/video/
Written by Leigh Ann Clifton
Monday, 24 May 2010
“Haven’t you always wanted to help save the planet?” asked 5th grader Nathan Vince. Vince’s comment came following a class beach cleanup in Santa Cruz last fall. The fifth grade had already selected coastal cleanup and the problem of marine debris as a focus of study… but had no idea that their efforts would launch them into the national spotlight!
India Abroad, 7/2/2010, “California school showcases Ramayana, 32 years and counting,” by Shalini Kathuria Narang. Read more: http://www.indiaabroad-digital.com/indiaabroad/20100702?pg=58#pg58
Silicon India, 7/1/2010, “Ramayana Comes to U.S. at Mount Madonna School.” Read more: http://www.siliconindia.com/shownews/Ramayana_in_Mount_Madona_School-nid-69266.html
Audiences already familiar with Mount Madonna School’s unique and professional production of “Ramayana” don’t need any additional incentive to follow the show to San Jose; the music, costumes, and special effects – not to mention the 200+ young actors – keep loyal fans returning year after year.
Mount Madonna School has been a proud member of the Green Schools Program for several years. As a Green/Waste Free School, we are constantly looking for ways to reduce the amount of trash we generate as a school and instead reuse and recycle many of the items we use on campus every day. (Did you know that Santa Cruz County generates more than one million pounds of trash everyday?)
SantaCruzParent.com, 9/30/2010, “Sharing Nature with Children,” by Sarojani Rohan. Read more: http://newsletters.santacruzparent.com/Newsletters/view/September302010,111.html