TV Asia, June 10, 2012, View TV Asia’s coverage of 34th annual Ramayana!: http://youtu.be/Un-SsflrF18
MercuryNews.com and Santa Cruz Sentinel, 6/2/2012, “Mount Madonna students reflect on visit to nation’s capital,” story by Bonnie Horgos and photos by James Tensuan. Read more: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_20768466/mount-madonna-students-reflect-visit-nations-capital
Once again, the Creative Writing Reading was a great success, thanks to the fantastic work of our wonderfully talented high school students and also the dedication of many parents and staff.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO:
We hope you are planning to attend our elementary students’ Cultural Awareness Performance on March 30. The performance is the culmination of months of academic and enriching study about the island nation of Japan. In recent weeks students, preschool through fifth grade, have created beautiful and vibrant works in different mediums and styles, including Japanese-inspired ceramics, fans, Kabuki stage set pieces, paintings and silhouettes. Many of these works will be on display, and guests will have the opportunity to purchase them, with proceeds being donated to the Japan Society.
Congratulations to Mount Madonna School alumni parent Amy Colton (Aaron, ’08 and Lindsey, ’11), recently named by Good Times magazine as one of six local change-makers!
“Right up front it was easy to see that Amy Colton was an unlikely champion to take on Sacramento and our broken health system to fight for an important cause having to do with women’s health,” comments Ward ‘SN’ Mailliard, Mount Madonna School Values in World Thought teacher and a longtime friend of Colton’s. “She did not like public speaking, or have any experience with politics, However the cause of making sure doctors who reviewed mammograms notified women that they have an additional risk factor for breast cancer was just too important for her to ignore. It was personal. Amy, a breast cancer survivor, became aware that her late diagnosis was due to the difficulty in spotting cancer in women who have dense breast tissue. Nobody seemed to care. The industry did not want to respond, so Amy, with no political experience, decided to get this issue noticed.”
Tech Week – A Letter From the Director
As you may have noted, our schedule in the theatre is different this year for the Ramayana, particularly for our younger students. We thought there might be some value further explaining those changes.
Project incorporates lesson on electricity and decorations for Winter Concert
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 11/24/11, “Mount Madonna students focus on return of owl at slough near Watsonville,” by Joel Hersch. Photos by Sri Gyan James McCaughan. Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_19401291?IADID=Search-www.santacruzsentinel.com-www.santacruzsentinel.com
KSBW TV8, 11/22/2011, “Watsonville Students Rebuild Burrowing Owls’ Habitat,” by Michelle Imperato. Watch the video: http://www.ksbw.com/video/29837804/detail.html
Do you remember turning 13: the anticipation, angst, joy, of wanting to ‘fit in’ and ‘stand out’? On December 16-18, Mount Madonna’s High School presents its production of 13 , a grown-up story about growing up.