With a focus on native wildlife and geographical features, the beloved features of this traditional event will be integrated into the schedule, including a parade, a film festival, and a buffet lunch.
We are excited to welcome parents to campus for this community event celebrating the arts!
Everyone is happy about our return to safe outdoor gatherings!
Throughout February, students are taking part in a wide variety of learning opportunities centered around cultural awareness, inclusion, and belonging.
When MP&MS was established in 1975, its founders envisioned a school where childhood would be treasured, learning would be relevant, and students would thrive personally and academically.
This beautiful heart painting was part of a collaborative art project across multiple grades, led by MP&MS teacher and resident artist Paul Maes.
The MP&MS After School program offers a wide variety of childcare and class options for our K-8 students.
Harvest Festival brought the MP&MS community together to celebrate outdoor education, sustainability, and the bounty of our school garden.
Welcome new and returning community members! I am so excited to see your (masked) faces in the coming months....
Students–Connecting from preschool through eighth grade
Students Per Teacher–Every child is known
School–Connected, curious, and courageous
Years in Marin–Sparking curiosity