Students must be registered prior to beginning school this August! Missed last week's registration days at MMCS? Only a few more days to do it! If you haven't already, please contact Elizabeth at 341-1424 immediately to let her know when you'll register your student(s) for the upcoming school year. (The office will be CLOSED 8/8 and 8/11-12. School starts 8/13 for middle schoolers and 8/15 for elementary students.) WHAT TO BRING: Everyone will need to provide emergency contact information. All new students will need to bring immunization records or a waiver; everyone submitting a wavier must submit the request to the state annually and bring a copy of the application to registration. New kindergarteners will need to present the student's birth certificate. Incoming 7th graders need proof of Tdap immunization or a waiver.
Ms. Amy has 3 projects on Donors Choose which need your support. Use the links below to learn more and donate to these projects. The middle school students thank you!
What's the Water Quality - fully funded - THANK YOU!
Registration for school year 2014-2015 will take place Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 from 8 am - 5 pm.
Next school year 2014-2015 Rio Grande Education Collaborative (RGEC) will be providing early drop-off (6:45am-8:00am) and after care services. However, students may be dropped-off at 8:00 onward free-of-charge. Information is attached.
Mr. Seth and Ms. Jen were both recently chosen for the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program by the U.S. State Department! They are two of only 43 teachers from across the country selected for this prestigious award. The application process for the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program is rigorous and highly competitive. The news hit the Albuquerque Journal on Tuesday, April 29, here.
From February to May 2015, Mr. Seth will be in New Zealand while Ms. Jen will be in Finland. In their host countries, both will be observing and co-teaching in classrooms, taking university classes, and conducting research in their areas of interest. Mr. Seth will share his unique teaching approach in New Zealand, the country that leads the world in their progressive approach to integrating arts, music and theater in public education while Ms. Jen will share her unique teaching approach in Finland, a world-class educational system that is committed to educational equity, inclusion and intercultural education for all students.
Congratulations to the MMCS Knights! The teams took 1st place in B Division and 3rd place in A division over the weekend with the Learners Chess Academy.
What a treat! Six University of Miami (Florida!) students -- on their spring break -- volunteered in the MMCS garden with the fifth grade class on Friday, March 14. Their work at MMCS was part of their week-long alternative spring break program, during which college students learn about social issues and then perform week-long projects with local non-profit organizations. Alternative breaks challenge students to critically think and react to problems faced by members of the communities in which they are involved. A perfect fit at MMCS...
View photos here.
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