Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/13/2011, Education Digest, “Mount Madonna to hold special events.” Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localstories/ci_17604793
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 2/2/2011, “Mount Madonna students dip their toes in ocean for sake of marine mammals,” article by Shanna McCord, photos by Larissa Mueller. Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_17267734
Good Times, 2/3/2011, “Touching Toes: Mount Madonna students spread environmental awareness and hope on Worldwide Waste Reduction Day,” by Alicia Hinds. Read more: http://goodtimessantacruz.com/santa-cruz-blogs-commentary/santa-cruz-good-times-blog-freshdirt/2148-touching-toes.html
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Marine Debris Blog: “Quasi-resolution #001: Get Involved! (and here’s how)”. Read more: http://marinedebrisblog.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/quasiresolution/
Growing Up in Santa Cruz, January 2011, “School choice for the twenty-first century,” by Suki Wessling. Read more: School choice for the twenty-first century
WHAT: Oliver! a production of the Mount Madonna Middle School Players
WHEN: December 18 and 19, 2:30pm
WHERE: Mount Madonna School, 491 Summit Road, Mount Madonna
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 11/3/2010, “Private schools team up to offer free screening of ‘Race to Nowhere,” by Cathy Kelly. Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_16497397?IADID=Search-www.santacruzsentinel.com-www.santacruzsentinel.com
MMS is now a certified “Green” school. We are the first in Santa Cruz Co. to have completed this arduous process.
KSBW TV8, 10/17/2010, 6:00pm news, Mount Madonna 6th grade students prepare for videotaping a public service announcement (PSA) with a Discovery Communications film crew. Watch the broadcast at http://www.ksbw.com/video/
Written by Leigh Ann Clifton
Monday, 24 May 2010
“Haven’t you always wanted to help save the planet?” asked 5th grader Nathan Vince. Vince’s comment came following a class beach cleanup in Santa Cruz last fall. The fifth grade had already selected coastal cleanup and the problem of marine debris as a focus of study… but had no idea that their efforts would launch them into the national spotlight!