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MMA Hosts Third Annual Parent Breakfast

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Parent Mrs. Joly (left), daughters Hope and Faith Joly, school mascot A-Roar-A, and Vice-Principal Lori Holden enjoy the breakfast and camaraderie at the school's third annual parent breakfast.

October 25, 2011 - Once again the gymnasium was packed as Marymount Academy hosted its third annual Parent Breakfast on October 25, 2011. From 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. students and parents/guardians had the opportunity to enjoy breakfast, meet staff, and learn more about the numerous programming, athletic, and extra-curricular activities and 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. "It is a great, informal setting for parents to have their first meet and greet with staff and other parents," stated Lucie Cullen, school principal. "Having it first thing in the morning, it allows for much more participation with parents - they can come in before they start their work day, and share breakfast with their daughter, as well as the rest of the Marymount school community."

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