Eliazar Hernandez ’09: “My struggle has become my pride and joy!”

  Eliazar Hernandez, MSS Class of 2009 knows what it means to struggle in school. Now a high school and college graduate, he looks back and says the things that he struggled with have become his pride and joy. Here’s why. What was it like to grow up bilingual? Growing up bilingual was hard. Home […]

What PARENTS wish teachers knew at the beginning of the year

Note: This blog is a follow-up to What teachers wish parents knew at the beginning of the year. Well, teachers, this blog is for you!  I’m going to put on my parent hat and join the many parents who wrote to tell me what they wish you knew at the beginning of the year. Here […]

What you give: 2017 Annual Partnership Report now available

You and I know that the world’s increasingly complex. No longer is it enough to be academically strong. Students must know how to collaborate. Think creatively. Understand technology.  Implement the engineering design process. Engage with a world that changes moment-by-moment. Our students are learning in a world that’s very different from the one that many […]