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.
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
And the winner is . . . the Arctic Fox!
For Fourth Grade teacher, Mrs. Marisa Caruso, community is everything.
Author David Ira Rottenberg and Dancers from Tony Williams Dance Center Perform “Gwendolyn the Graceful Pig”
From wild yeast and hydroponic plants to Burger King vs. Wendy’s, this year’s MAA Science Fair had it all!
Here at Mount Alvernia Academy we celebrate the uniqueness of each child as a gift from God.
April Fools Day is a week-long celebration of chicanery here at MAA.
We are proud of our Fifth Graders for living the MAA mission and sharing their gifts with others in need!