We are sad to announce that Maestra Venzor will be returning to live in her beloved Yucatan Peninsula in January. We will continue our Spanish program with two teachers, one for the middle school and one for grades 1-5.Read the full story »
On January 11, we will be conducting our annual vision and hearing screenings per state mandate.
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS: Mountain Song's eyes and ears need you! We need 6 - 8 volunteers to conduct the hearing and vision screenings under the guidance of our consulting nurse, Kimberly Nowland, on Friday, January 11.Read the full story »
During the Winter Faire on Saturday, December 1st, the MSCS community was at its best, working together to create magical, memorable moments for our children and families.
Please support Mountain Song Community School by making a gift or signing up for a monthly recurring gift at: mountainsongschool.com/donateRead the full story »
We had a wonderful group of grandparents grace us with their presence last Friday. Every grandparent I spoke with was deeply moved by the joy, enthusiasm, friendliness, and intelligence of the students. Special thanks to all of the Parent Council helpers, teachers, and staff that made this day possible.Read the full story »
The Mountain Song Community School Annual Appeal is an important time for Mountain Song Community School where we ask families, friends, and other members of our community to support the school with a philanthropic gift. This year we are asking families, faculty and friends to consider giving the gift that keeps on giving by signing up for a small monthly recurring gift. Our goal is to sign up 50 new families, faculty members or friends in the next 50 days.Read the full story »
If your family is connected to a federal organization or property, please complete and return the survey so you can be counted. Mountain Song can benefit from Federal Impact Aid, funds which help level the playing field.Read the full story »
A number of children have lost their lives or been seriously injured on their way to school across the country. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released an urgent message for motorists to drive safely in school zones and at bus stops. We are also concerned about the safety of our MSCS students during drop-off and pick-up times.
Brain development and functioning in children and adults are inextricably connected to environmental stimuli. What does it mean when our brains are trained on media? What does it mean when our brains are trained on practical and creative activities?Read the full story »