Girls in Engineering, Math, & Science

January 12, 2021  |  Event List, events, featured, news
Girls in Engineering, Math, & Science

 

Virtual Girls in Engineering, Math, and Science (GEMS) – April 10, 2021

Location: Virtual

Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

GEMS is for girls in grades 5th  and 6th in Monroe County.  Girls will have the opportunity work with female role models and enjoy the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)!

Career Expo:

To create the Career Expo, we will design fun interactive Virtual Rooms.  In these rooms girls can learn more about STEM businesses and careers.   

The Career Expo will be open to all girls that register and they can tour the virtual rooms throughout the day.  Virtual Rooms can include your logo,…

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Reading, Writing, & Bidding 2020!

November 29, 2020  |  Blog, events, news

Reading, Writing, & Bidding! – Thank you so much for helping us raise $16,605!  With your generosity we exceeded our goal of $15,000!

This year our online auction is a critical fundraiser to support educational programs for all MCCSC students.   

The pandemic has forced radical changes our school community and many businesses and families are struggling.  If you are able to help us with a donation this year we are grateful.  No donation is to small and hopefully your gift can generate business back to you and our community.  

Please check out our auction as it starts to grow….

Website: www.biddingforgood/fmccs

Your generosity is…

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Annual Giving Campaign

November 24, 2020  |  Blog, Event List, featured, news
Annual Giving Campaign

Connecting Students to Educational Spaces through the pandemic
By any measure, 2020 has been an extraordinary year.  Our students are strong, resilient, and responding to a pandemic that is dramatically impacting their education, their ability to interact with friends, and for many their ability to focus and retain knowledge.  We asked students to share their feelings and experiences at the core of the pandemic with the goal of working together to improve learning in this challenging time.

“The most challenging part of the pandemic is not knowing – not knowing when I can see my friends – not knowing if we will…

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Ben Tait Memorial Scholarship

November 16, 2020  |  Blog, news

Benjamin Tait graduated from Bloomington High School South in 2018. He was an outstanding student, musician, and Science Olympian. Ben was cheerful, optimistic, and kind.

He loved engineering and science and was an award-winning member of the Science Olympiad team; he especially loved the building events. Ben’s musical career began with studies of the recorder when he was six years old and living in Germany. When he moved to Bloomington, he continued to study recorder, then added piano and trumpet. He competed each year at ISSMA in trumpet and piano and was an active and enthusiastic member of the concert band,…

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Jakob Mumper Memorial Scholarship

November 6, 2020  |  news, Uncategorized

Jakob Mumper was born in Trenton, NJ on July 23, 2002.  He attended Bloomington High School North where he was an award-winning swimmer, an honor student, a member of the National Art Honor Society, and a Cougar Den Leader.  He was also the president of Bring Change to Mind, an organization that gives students a platform to share their voices and raise awareness of mental health. 

Jakob was a kind hearted soul who always had a supportive shoulder for his friends to lean on.  He was an empathetic listener, who gave the greatest hugs, and he showered those in need with…

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