Recuerden que mañana, 30 de Septiembre, no hay docencia por que todo el personal estará involucrado en diversas actividades de desarrollo profesional.
Remember that tomorrow, September 30th, there are no classes because all MC staff will be involved in professional development activities.
5th graders had a lot of fun learning about Keith Haring and creating a mural that they gave to Best Buddies. See the process and final results on MC's art blog:
The class of 2015 revealed their class name at the lanzamiento performance today... Anthea; the Greek word meaning to blossom, and this is their year to blossom. It was an amazing experience to watch, we were all blown away by the beautiful stage setup, elaborate costumes and flawless choreography!
Click on the photo below to see the entire album of photos on our facebook page:
MC School won the second Copa Claro game against Bet-el yesterday, Sunday, September 28th. The final score was 4 to 3. George Sharp scored three goals, and Jose Luis Guzman scored one. Manuel Arias made his first appearance in the Copa Claro as the unstoppable goalie. Great job boys!
Click the photo below to see all of the photos on our facebook page.
Ya puedes pasar a buscar tu T-Shirt de MCSCHOOL FAN! Estaran disponibles en caja de 7:30 AM a 3:30 pm. Apresurate que las cantidades son limitadas... nos vemos en el proximo juego!!
Todos los fanáticos MCSCHOOL tienen cita este próximo domingo 28 de septiembre, a la 1:00 pm en el Pabellón de Voleibol II del Centro Olímpico, para ver lo que promete ser un super juego de Fútbol en la segunda participación de nuestro equipo en la Copa Claro. Go MCSCHOOL!!!
All of the MCSCHOOL fans have a date this Sunday, September 28th at 1:00 pm in the Volleyball Pavilion II at Centro Olimpico, to see our team's second Copa Claro game, which we promise will be a great game. Go MCSCHOOL!!!
Come to Pizza Hut on Tiradentes next Tuesday, Sep 30th to support our seniors!
MC School tied Technites 2-2 in the opening game of Copa Claro. The tying goal came in the last second by 11th grader George Sharp. Great job MC team!