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Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 10, and plan to spend the day at Marin Horizon. We have created an exciting schedule of events for families to see our curriculum (and our students) in action. Our day begins with the Primary Fall Festival (for Primary families), and then all families are invited to the K-6 Learning Exhibition and 7th and 8th Grade Pumpkin Launch/Catapult Demonstration. Warning: Our students' love of learning is contagious so come ready to learn!
In addition to participating in the various events and activities, parents and guardians are invited to a festive lunch in the library to celebrate the day.
There are no hard start or end times for each section of the K-6 Learning Exhibition from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., except for Kindergarten and 1st grade, which will be held from 11:00-11:30 a.m., a shorter time to meet their developmental needs. Please start in these classrooms if you have children in other grades.
This is a shuttle event. The shuttle will be available throughout the day from Mt. Tamalpais United Methodist Church, 410 Sycamore Avenue, Mill Valley.
We hope you will join us for the parent/guardian lunch in the library. RSVP here.
Tuesday, November 8 9:00-10:00 a.m. Marin Horizon Library
Join us for our next literacy parent education event, led by our Kindergarten Teacher and Literacy Specialist, Moriah Geller: a book conversation and Q&A session anchored in Daniel Willingham’s Raising Kids Who Read. This event is relevant for parents of toddlers through middle schoolers.
At this event, you will:
Explore the elements of decoding, comprehension, and motivation from a cognitive psychology lens in infants through adolescents
Gain perspective about the literacy learning that takes place at each developmental stage and learn about tips for supporting skill development at home
Learn about practical, research-based, and developmentally-appropriate ways to establish a love of reading among children from birth through adolescence
While reading the book in advance of the event is encouraged, please join us even if you have not finished (or started!) the book.
If the cost of the book is a barrier to participating, please let us know and we will provide your family with a copy.
Thursday, May 26th and Friday, May 27th 6:30-8:00 p.m. San Anselmo Playhouse, 27 Kensington Road, San Anselmo Tickets: $20 per person PURCHASE TICKETS
Online ticket purchases will close at 10:00 p.m. the day before each performance. If you miss this deadline you are welcome to purchase tickets at the box office when you arrive. The Box Office will open 30 minutes before each performance.
Join our Sixth-Eighth Grade performers in our Spring Musical: Monty Python's "Spamalot Jr." Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, this middle school adaptation of Monty Python's Spamalot retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. The 2005 Broadway production won three Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and was followed by two successful West End runs. The outrageous, uproarious, and gloriously entertaining story of King Arthur, the Lady of the Lake, and other intriguing characters, will give us all a good laugh as the actors search for the Holy Grail and “always look on the bright side of life.”
COVID-19 protocols for our performances:
Masks are strongly recommended.
If on the day of the event you have a fever or cold flu-like symptoms, please do not attend the performance.
Jesse Pearson, 8th Grade English Teacher & Advisor, High School Placement Counselor, and Director of Experiential Education, reflects on the technological tools that became essential during remote learning and what role they should play in the classroom, and our lives, today.
"COVID-19 taught this generation that to be without technology is to be cut off from the world, from school and their friends, and from everything they value. It’s our job to teach them that that doesn’t have to be the case...It is OK for kids to learn that technology makes life easier. But we should not allow them to mistakenly think that it always makes life better."