MAA’s Nurse, Mrs. Kelly Van Evera, shares 4 tips and tricks for making sure this year is a happy and healthy one.
Elementary School is all about building foundations for the future. At MAA, we strive to instill a spirit of service in our students and set care and compassion as developmental cornerstones.
From a good breakfast in the morning to knowing it is okay to make mistakes, here are MAA’s Homeroom Teachers’ tips for a great start to the school year.
For our first Faculty Friday of the year, Mrs. Barbara Plunkett! Her story and why MAA means so much to her.
The first day of school brings a thrilling mix of emotions: happy, excited, jittery, giddy, and, as one Kindergartener said, “I don’t have butterflies in my stomach, I have little birds!” The school is buzzing with energy and the promise of another wonderful year. Indeed, there is much to be excited about for the 2018…
See what MAA students learned last year in Spanish class in this great video from Señora Rosado
Mount Alvernia Academy Sixth Grade Reading and Language Arts teacher, Ms. Jennifer Lawhorn, has devoted her career to helping children prepare for a bright future, shepherding them forth on the next leg of their academic and life journeys.
Congratulations to Mount Alvernia Academy’s Class of 2018! Watching our Sixth Graders receive their MAA diplomas is always a joy.
And so it begins. The final week of classes for our Sixth Graders got started yesterday with our annual awards ceremony and band recital. We heard some incredible music and witnessed deserving students receive awards. Of course, we also had a little fun!
Our beloved Mrs. Joanne Dieso will be retiring at the end of this year. We wish her the best of luck!