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Congratulations to inspired young scientist Lekha Duvvoori of Gilroy, for her recent achievement at the California State Science Fair in Los Angeles. More than 1,000 projects were entered and displayed at the event, 25 in the category that Lekha entered: Mammalian Biology, Junior Division (grades 6 to 8). Lekha spoke with seven judges over a four-hour period, and ended up being awarded Second Place in her category!
Silicon India, May 2012. Read more: http://www.siliconindia.com/news/entertainment/Celebrating-34-Years-of-M...
SantaCruzParent.com, 4/20/2012, "Community Walk-a-thon and Celebration Offers Family Fun and Help for Nonprofits." Read more: http://newsletters.santacruzparent.com/Newsletters/view/April-20-2012-,2...
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 4/1/2012, Education Digest, "MMS hosts planet summit" and "Campus Tour." Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_20301493/education-digest-...
Recently Mount Madonna School’s (MMS) second grade students attended three classes through the “Growing Kinder” Humane Education Program of the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter (SCCAS). The program is founded by Jen Walker, an experienced animal welfare advocate and humane education specialist. The first session began with Walker guiding the students on a behind-the-scenes tour at the animal shelter. For their next couple meetings, Walker offered lessons at MMS with her cat, Guido, and dog, Moon.
Parents/guardians will be receiving email messages if your paperwork has not been received or if the online registration process is incomplete. In order for your child to attend the 2012-2013 school year we need to make sure we have your contract and all of your up-to-date information in our online student registration system.
The deadline was Monday, March 26. After that day, a $50 late fee will be applied to those accounts who have not completed their registration after being reminded to do so.
Graceful arched bridges, a three-headed dragon, samurai warriors, a family of mice, taiko drums, and stories of children’s everyday lives all have a role in Mount Madonna School’s (MMS) annual Cultural Awareness Performance on March 30. This popular event – which showcases elementary students’ dramatic talents and creativity– is the culmination of several months of focused study on a particular world culture: this year, the island nation of Japan.
When driving in mountains, who has the right-of-way on narrow road ?
a. vehicle going uphill?
b. vehicle going downhill?
Answer: Vehicle traveling uphill has right-of-way. Vehicle traveling downhill backs up to let him pass...