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At Home Aquaponics

This year students were able to learn about aquaponics and how to grow plants using the ecosystem they've created inside fish tanks. While he was at home distance learning, MPFS student Gage created his own aquaponics system inspired by what he learned in class with T. Daryl. Click here to find out what he has to say about this project. Nice job Gage!

Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #11

We're happy to present our final 8th Grade Q&A! Today we'll be hosting a safe and physically distant Celebration of the Class of 2020, until we can join together in the Meeting Room for our traditional Meeting for Graduation (tentatively scheduled for August.) Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!

What advice do you have for next year’s middle school students?
Just be yourself, be kind, and keep up with your work. Be open to new things.

Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #10

We're wrapping up our week of 8th Grade Q&As! Our final interview will be posted this Friday, coinciding with the safe and physically distant Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!

What interests have been sparked during your time at MPFS?
Music. And an interest in all the subjects. I've learned over time to just try everything you can. Maybe something influential might happen. I'm doing a lot of Spanish, a lot of math, and science. So, I might as well not try and just get a good grade but be sort of immersed in the curriculum.

Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #9

It's our final week of 8th Grade Q&As! Our final two interviews will be posted this Wednesday and Friday, leading up to the Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!


What do you think is the most important lesson you’ve learned at MPFS?
Advocating for yourself and advocating for people who can't do that for themselves.

Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #8

Here's this week's final 8th Grade Q&A! New interviews will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday leading up to the Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!

What do you think is the most important lesson you’ve learned at MPFS?
Just try to be open to new things. I really didn't feel comfortable with new things until I came to this school, but then I started to open up a lot more.

Head of School Update #9: COVID-19

Dear Friends,

It feels very strange, still, to be writing this email a week from the end of the school year without being on campus with everyone for the last two months. I want to express my deepest appreciation for the way the MPFS community has stayed together and stayed positive; it's been wonderful to experience and witness...

Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #7

We're back with another week of 8th Grade Q&As! New interviews will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday leading up to the Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!

Anything you want your family, friends, or teachers to know about your MPFS experience?
It was a one of a kind experience and it differs from public school. This was my first private school and quaker school. I realized this was a really good school and it gives you 1-on-1 learning. Plus, you learn stuff very fast cause of the teaching methods here.
 

Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #6

We have another exciting week of 8th Grade Q&As! New interviews will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday leading up to the Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!

Anything you want your family, friends, or teachers to know about your MPFS experience?
I want my teachers to know how grateful I am for everything they did. I really didn't like school when I (started attending MPFS) and now I love school and I love all the people here.

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