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MMI’s new healthy school lunch program is gaining attention with the start of school just around the corner as WBRE TV broadcast live from the school kitchen Monday morning, August 18, with segments in four early newscasts.
WBRE reporter Jasmine Brooks interviewed students, teachers, and administrators about the school’s new menu that will feature healthier choices and dishes that are cooked up fresh by the school's new chef using scratch ingredients.
The daily selection will include one robust entrée and side vegetable, a beautiful and fresh salad bar, sandwich bar, soup du jour, and various side items.
To watch the WBRE segment, click here.
The new school year is about to begin at MMI Preparatory School. Orientation will be held Aug. 25 from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. The orientation will help new students get acclimated to the school, fellow students, teachers, counselors, coaches, administrators and school staff.
Claire Sheen, a student at MMI Preparatory School, has been named a High Scorer by the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Timothy Garvey and Todd Ronco have been hired as teachers at MMI Preparatory School, announced Head of School Thomas Hood.
Two MMI Preparatory School students are attending the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership World Leadership Congress in Chicago this week.
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Can you believe that school is right around the corner? Doesn’t it seem like summer always goes too fast? But I am sure that many students who are entering MMI this year are eager to get started and meet new friends. For some, meeting new people is easy and effortless, but for others, it may be a daunting task. I know that for me, it was never easy. So I would like to offer a few tips to new students to make them feel a little more empowered when they enter MMI for the first time.
By Jason TribbetMMI Athletic Director
If you enjoy playing sports as much as I do, then I don’t need to tell you why playing sports will benefit you not only now but the rest of your life.
I have sports to thank for some of the best memories I have growing up. Playing catch with my dad in the backyard, playing football on a cool fall day with my friends, or just catching up with friends who I met while playing college baseball … those are just a few of the fond memories that I have because I played sports growing up.
By Grete DeAngeloMMI Social Studies Instructor
I live in a small town and I love it. So many students tell me they can’t wait to get out of this area, but I was one of those who never wanted to leave. In the summers, I walk early in the morning and I pass the same people on their own walking routes every day. It is unusual for me to drive or walk down Main Street and see anyone who doesn’t at least look familiar.
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