Highlights: Teach-In honors MCS’ 45th anniversary

Baking was one of the workshops offered to students during the teach-in.

By Flannery Denny
7th/8th Grade Math Specialist

MCS celebrated its 45th anniversary on April 4th with our first-ever Teach-In. We started the day with a whole school assembly during which we sang and laughed, heard stories from founder Gus Trowbridge about the first years of the school, shared what each grade is thinking about with their curriculum, and honored a number of community members who have been working at MCS for more than 20 years (including three who have been here since the school started!). After the assembly, we split into small mixed-age workshop groups to attend workshops. We sang, discussed, cooked, created, explored, advocated, moved, and learned from parents, teachers, former parents, students, and friends of the community.  The Teach-In Committee would like to thank everyone for all of your hard work planning and executing this event. View a photo slideshow from the event.

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