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The ninth grade class recently returned from a Learning Journey they call “Flow with Water” or Yeyeco Ica Atl in the language of the Pimungan people, the first human occupants of California’s Santa Catalina Island. The class went to Catalina Island off the coast of Long Beach and joined the Catalina Environmental Leadership Program (CELP) for a week of outdoor field studies, leadership challenges, and personal growth.
Register -Pajaronian, 5/16/2013, "Mount Madonna wins second CCS title," story and photos by Tony Nunez. Read more: http://www.register-pajaronian.com/v2_news_articles.php?heading=0&page=7...
CCS Champions Again!!
For the first time in 11 years, Mount Madonna School’s boys varsity volleyball team has emerged as the DII Central Coast Section (CCS) Champions!
Enduring 2600 years as one of the world's most widely-read classics, Ramayana! tells the story of Prince Ram, who, banished from his kingdom, leaves with his true love Sita and brother Lakshman to find a new home.
Mount Madonna School’s (MMS) boys varsity volleyball team has received the Central Coast Section (CCS) highest academic honor by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF): “2013 CCS Scholastic Championship Team Award.”
San Jose Mercury News, 5/15/2013, "CCS boys volleyball: Mt. Madonna tops Leigh for Division II title," by Darren Sabedra. Photos by Nhat Meyer, Bay Area News Group. Read more: http://www.mercurynews.com/high-school-sports/ci_23244810/ccs-boys-volleyball-mt-madonna-tops-leigh-division
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 5/15/2013, "CCS Boys Volleyball: Mount Madonna wins first championship since 2002," story by Julie Jag. Photos by Shmuel Thaler. Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/sports/ci_23245482/ccs-boys-volleyball-...
MercuryNews.com, 5/15/2013, "Mt. Madonna Beats Leigh 3-1 Division II Boys Volleyball," photos by Nhat Meyer, Bay Area News Group. View the photos: http://photos.mercurynews.com/2013/05/14/mt-madonna-beats-leigh-3-1-division-ii-boys-volleyball/
It is not uncommon for state legislators to receive hundreds – if not thousands – of letters from their constituents, all of which are usually acknowledged via a formal response drafted by the recipient or a designated staff member. Sometimes, however, a more personal acknowledgement is called for.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 5/10/13, "Local Roundup: Mount Madonna, Soquel advance to CCS D-ll volleyball semifinals." Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_23213149/local-roundup-mou...