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Nuestra Semana en MCS: 2016-2017 Issue 15

Nuestra Semana en MCS: 2016-2017 Issue 15

Friday, January 6, 2017

Photo of the Week

8-9s La Tienda

A 4-5s student makes a purchase at Friday's grand opening of La Tienda, the 8-9s' school store.

Michele Sola, MCS Director
Welcome to 2017! Thank you for such generosity of spirit and appreciation as we said goodbye to 2016. Read more
MLK Assembly
Each year, Manhattan Country School holds two events to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We invite you to join us. Read more
MLK March
In an effort to bring more singing back to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative March, Manhattan Country School is hosting a Freedom Song Rehearsal Tuesday, January 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Gym. Read more
Paulo Cesar Arango Celebration
As a young boy attending Catholic school in Pasto, Colombia, Paulo Cesar Arango, now a 4-5s teacher at Manhattan Country School, loved to learn. He enjoyed studying the languages and cultures of different countries and developed a particular fondness for the United States. Read more
Honey Bee Hive at MCS Farm
The MCS Farm has acquired a second beehive, thanks to Cathy Cammer, farming teacher, program coordinator, and resident beekeeper. She entered a contest and won a new beehive kit from Hudson Valley Bee Supply valued at $280. Read more
City Camp
We are excited to announce that registration is open for City Camp Summer 2017!  Sign up by March 15 to take advantage of early bird pricing! Read more

Stay Safe & Warm

With the cold days of winter upon us, we have a few requests to help us keep our lobby safe and warm:

  • Have a seat: If a young one is with you while you are waiting to pick up your child, please refrain from letting him or her play in the lobby or on the staircase. We encourage you to have a seat on the benches in the lobby or sit in the Living Room while you wait.
  • Keep the floors dry: We recently installed a coco mat in the entry way. On snowy or rainy days, please be sure to wipe your feet before entering the building.
  • Close the doors behind you: Making sure that you close both sets of entry doors will help us keep the lobby at a comfortable temperature during busy periods when people are entering and exiting the building.

What's for Lunch?

Check out next week's lunch menu.

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