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MMA Hosts Second Annual Parent Breakfast

MMA teacher Allison Simpson, MMA Mascot A-Roar-A, Principal Lucie Cullen, student Sydney Smith and Sydney's mom, Mary all enjoyed some delicious food at the second annual MMA parent breakfast.

October 27, 2010 - The gym was filled to capacity as Marymount Academy hosted its second annual Parent Breakfast on October 27, 2010. From 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. students and parents/guardians had the opportunity to enjoy breakfast, meet staff and learn a bit more about different MMA initiatives. The breakfast was put on by the school’s parent council and staff and allowed parents to meet some of their daughters’ teachers as well as talk to some of the students who are involved in school programs such as Student Council, Girls Athletic Association and Marymount Catholic Charities Council. Also on hand were members of the Parent Council who had several support books on hand for interested parents looking to read more about school and family related issues. School mascot A-Roar-a made an appearance and the morning proved to be “a-roar-ing” success!



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