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MMI German language students are celebrating German Week from now through October 8.
Lori Losen, LPC, RPT gave a presentation on the topic of helping children manage anxiety during the first PFO meeting of the 2015-16 school year on September 22 in the cafeteria.
PFO co-presidents Peggy Durako and Eileen Perchak presided over the meeting, which included remarks from Head of School Thomas Hood and the committee chairs and treasurer.
MMI Preparatory School students are utilizing three-dimensional printing technology as part of their curriculum with new equipment purchased through a donation from the family of two MMI students.
David and Maureen Eschenbach of Drums have a daughter, Katie, and son, Ryan, who are juniors at MMI and through their donation, the school purchased a 3D printer that is being used in several courses and grade levels.
MMI Preparatory School held its 10th annual Wall of Fame dinner on Saturday, September 19, welcoming seven new members to its Wall of Fame.
Established in 2006, the MMI Wall of Fame honors alumni in addition to current and past faculty, staff, and board members who have distinguished themselves in the areas of athletics, business, sciences, education, government, public service, the arts, or humanities. Wall of Fame inductees are selected in the following categories: Athletic Achievement, Community Service, Service to MMI, and Professional Achievement.
During this year’s dinner and awards ceremony, the following inductees joined the Wall of Fame: Ryan J. Breznak ’88 (Athletic Achievement), James M. Makuch ’60 (Community Service), Atty. Albert F. Maier Jr. (Service to MMI), David G. Gundling ’68 (Professional Achievement), Atty. Tara E. Gutterman ’84 (Professional Achievement), Roy W. Johnson ’63 (Professional Achievement), and Rosalyn V. (Menon) Kennedy ’97 (Professional Achievement).
Students taking the SAT and ACT examinations in preparation for college applications may do so at MMI Preparatory School in Freeland, announced MMI Head of School Thomas G. Hood. The school is a certified testing center for both examinations this year.
Students from any area school can register to take the exams at MMI.
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