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MMI Preparatory School has received a grant that it will use toward new equipment for the school's science department.
The MMI Upper School Drama Club will present “Harvey, A Comedy in Three Acts” by Mary Chase on December 12 and 13 at 7:00 P.M.
The MMI Chamber Ensemble, directed by Tina Lizbinski, was one of the groups performing at the 22nd annual CAN DO Community Christmas on Wednesday evening.
Four students from the MMI Preparatory School Mock Trial team won individual awards and trophies in the Monroe County Invitational Mock Trial Tournament held recently.
MMI Preparatory School’s Student Council recently held a Thanksgiving food drive to collect canned goods and raise monetary donations for George Bereznak and a team of volunteers from Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Freeland.
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By Lauren Toscano11th Grade Student
I have never been a new student. I went to the same school from kindergarten to eighth grade, and then I started at a high school in ninth grade, just like everyone else. I had new teachers and things like that, but all the other people in my grade did, too, so it wasn't really that scary.
I started MMI in eleventh grade, and I guess I was nervous about the change — I figured it would be a harder school where everyone knew each other, and I would never be able to catch up. However, I was greatly surprised.
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?”
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