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MMI Preparatory School sophomore Garrett Kost was chosen as this year’s MMI recipient of the Prudential Spirit of Community Award, a nationwide program that recognizes middle level and high school students for volunteer work in their communities.
English Riding Supply, Inc. has contributed $50,000 to MMI Preparatory School in Freeland through the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program, which funds need-based scholarships at the school.
Seniors Emily Bogansky and Benjamin Gittleman, seated center, were crowned queen and king of MMI Preparatory School’s 2014 Harvest Dance by PFO representative Theresa Zellner and MMI Head of School Thomas G. Hood. Members of the court were Alexzandriea van Hoekelen, seated left; Soprina Guarneri, seated right; Jared Dasher, standing left; and Michael Eisenhart, standing right. The theme for this year’s dance was “Night Under the Stars.”
MMI Preparatory School will hold Visitation Night on Wednesday, November 19, starting at 6:00 P.M.
Thomas G. Hood, head of school at MMI Preparatory School, has announced the names of students who achieved Honor Roll status during the Fall 2014 quarter.
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By Grete DeAngeloMMI Social Science Instructor
As a teacher and parent, I've been on both sides of the desk for conferences. Some have been more successful than others, and I've come to the conclusion that it's the preparation beforehand that makes the difference.
I'd like to offer a few tips on how you, as a parent, can get the most helpful information from your child's teachers on parent-teacher conference day.
By Jason TribbetMMI Athletic Director
It was a nice summer evening and I was in line to get an ice cream at a local shop. A family was in front of me with two young boys dressed in their baseball uniforms. They must have been about 8 years old. When they got to the front of the line, the woman taking orders greeted them and then asked them a question. It was not, “What would you like?” or “How are you today?” The first thing she asked them was, “Did you win your game?”
By Madison BelowMMI Mid School Counselor
My mom jokes that I’ve been using a planner since kindergarten. And quite honestly, if the option existed (and if I actually got homework when I was five years old), I probably would have. I suppose it’s fitting that I stress the importance of using a planner in my Mid School Group Counseling classes on a daily basis. While I know the strategy of recording assignments, goals, and important events may not be practical for everyone, I feel it is a critical skill for pre-teens to learn and implement.
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