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Santa Cruz Sentinel: First Graders Visit Firefighters

Santa Cruz Sentinel, 11/10/2019, Name Dropping, “First graders visit firefighters.” Mount Madonna School first graders recently visited the Pajaro Valley Fire Station in Watsonville to learn about its day-to-day operations and the services that firefighters provide to the community. The students were…

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Paola Jacobs Helps Mount Madonna Win Five-Set Thriller, Fourth D-V Title | CCS Girls Volleyball

Santa Cruz Sentinel, 11/10/2019, “Paola Jacobs helps Mount Madonna win five-set thriller, fourth D-V title | CCS girls volleyball,” by Gordon Kass. Photos by Lucjan Szewczyk. PALO ALTO — The fifth and deciding set of the Central Coast Section Division V girls…

High School Athletics News: Hawks to Host Oakland Tech in NorCal Playoffs, Tues., Nov. 12 at 6:00pm

Girls volleyball, Sat., Nov. 9: Mt. Madonna defeated Nueva in a highly contested CCS finals match: 21-25, 25-22, 25-18, 18-25, 15-13, overcoming some heavy Nueva fire power, great defensive play and an impressive Nueva student cheering section. The last game was a…

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Hot Hands Lead Mount Madonna Past Castilleja in D-V Semifinals | CCS Volleyball Roundup

Santa Cruz Sentinel, 11/8/2019, “Hot hands lead Mount Madonna past Castilleja in D-V semifinals | CCS volleyball roundup,” by Jim Seimas. Photo by Shmuel Thaler. Includes video interviews with sophomore outside Liana Kitchel and senior outside Paola Jacobs. WATSONVILLE — Three-time Central…

Three Fall Teams Score Top Academic Honors

Three Mount Madonna School (MMS) fall athletic teams, girls varsity volleyball, girls cross country and boys cross country have each received the Central Coast Section (CCS) highest academic honor by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF): “2019-20 Fall Season Scholastic Championship Team Award.”…

Learning About Service: Firefighters Host First Graders at the Pajaro Station

Recently, the Mount Madonna School (MMS) first grade students visited the Pajaro Valley Fire Station in Watsonville to learn about its day-to-day operations and the essential services firefighters provide to the community. The students were welcomed by Fire Chief Mike Harris, father…