- About MMS
For nonprofit organizations, determining how to creatively and successfully meet annual fundraising goals can be difficult and time-consuming – and frequently not a lot of fun. With the dual intent of putting the “fun” back in “fundraising” and bringing together other local nonprofit organizations – including, educational, environmental, and youth-focused groups – Mount Madonna School (MMS) is again hosting its annual community walk-a-thon and celebration –a family event intended to make fundraising as easy as a walk in the park!
All nonprofit organizations are invited to participate in the 6th annual Summit for the Planet Walk-a-thon on April 28. Mount Madonna will coordinate the event and do most all the work, while participating groups are invited to organize a team of walkers to walk for their organization, and their walkers, in turn, are urged to gather pledges of support.
The Gilroy Dispatch, 2/10/2012, "Open House at Mount Madonna." Read more: http://www.gilroydispatch.com/calendar/mount-madonna-school-open-house/e...
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 2/4/2012, "Cleanup Lesson," photos and story by Shmuel Thaler. Read more (Adobe PDF)
3rd - 5th grade students’ guests are invited to the Friday, March 29 showing, followed by their class cast parties. Parents and guests are welcome to attend with their student(s).
There will a 9:00 am reception for special friends and grandparents to be held before each show in the CB West Wing.
Mar 29, 2013
On December 19 at 7:00 pm, Mount Madonna School will host its annual Winter Concert. This year we are holding this holiday event in the Gym/Theater.
Dec 19, 2012
Register-Pajaronian, 1/28/2012, "Hoop Dreams: Mount Madonna School starting basketball program as new facility is about to be built," story and photo by Glenn Cravens, Pajaronian Sports Editor. Read the article (downloadable Adobe pdf).
By Hema Walker
“Once upon a time…” may be an uncommon way to begin a mathematics lesson, yet in Mount Madonna School’s kindergarten where I teach, that is just how I present our “Golden Number Book” lessons. During the kindergarten year, each student will create their own counting journal, called a “Golden Number Book.” Every week the children add a new page to their book.
Mount Madonna preschool student Kinsey Don Carlos was recently featured in “Companion,” the Santa Cruz SPCA’s winter 2011 newsletter, for her efforts to help local shelter animals.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 12/4/2011, Education Digest, "Mount Madonna Campus Tour" and "13 the Musical". Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_19467857?IADID=Search-www.santacruzs...