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Lady Lions Win at Golf!

Thursday June 1, 2017
Athletes SpotlightMCS Student Spotlight

Congratulations, Lady Lion Golfers! On May 31, MCS Lady Lions competed and placed in the league Golf tournament held at the Costa Mesa Country Club. Sabrina’s stellar performance landed her in first place. Alice was not far behind and finished with a third place win. Good work, Lady Lions!  

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Great Season for Lady Lions Flag Football!

As our school year is coming to a close, we are also wrapping up our very own MCS sports seasons. Both and 7th and 8th grade teams improved significantly throughout the duration of the season and played their hearts out at each and every game! It is an impossible task to try to list all […]

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Let’s Eat! by Matthew K

Last week, I visited The Counter in Newport Beach for dinner. The style of the restaurant is casual, and something that stood out in the restaurant was the music that they played. The menu has a variety of options, from burgers, sandwiches and salads to shakes and other desserts. I ordered 2 sliders from the […]

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Hole in One!

Scoring a hole-in-one on any golf course is an incredible moment in the life of a golfer. Recently during a practice round of golf at the Newport Beach Golf Course, Kade scored his first career hole-in-one! Kade stepped up to the tee, took his swing, and sent the ball to the cup on the 9th […]

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Poetry Spotlight: 8th Grade Frankenstein Poems!

Edward Field is an American poet born in 1924. As part of his work, Edward Field wrote several poems based off of the novel, Frankenstein, by Mary Shelly. In the spirit of Edward Field, these poems, written by 8th graders, are based upon a movie, TV show, or book of their choosing. Please enjoy these […]

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What’s in a Meme?

Wednesday May 24, 2017

What makes a good meme? There are many different kinds of memes: light and sweet, ironic, cringey, dark, or dank. Some memes touch sensitive, controversial topics, and some can brighten up your day with a piano-playing cat or a hilarious joke.   If you think of something funny and want to make it into a […]

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7th Grade Getty Trip

Tuesday May 23, 2017

7th graders recently went on a trip to the Getty museum as part of their history classes. Here’s Jack to tell you about the trip. How did you like the time at the Getty? Oh, it was pretty fun. It was really interesting to look at all the old pieces of art. What did you […]

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Math, Math Everywhere!

6th graders became city planners, creating our own personal cities using geometric ideas and shapes. We had to include at least 20 different geometric ideas such as equilateral triangles, intersecting lines, acute angles, and planes. Check out the awesome cities!

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Fine Arts Spotlight – Color Theory

Tuesday May 16, 2017

The objective of the lesson was to review the basics of the color theory and to create secondary colors using the three primary colors; red, blue, and yellow. The students also included a tint (The color mixed with white) and a shade of each color. They also included a shade of each color’s opposite or […]

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Fine Arts Spotlight – Watercolor Landscape

The objective of this lesson was for students to be introduced to a variety of watercolor technique: wet-on-wet, salt, dry brush, graded wash, color bleed, etc. and then were challenged to create textures using some of these techniques.

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Let’s Eat! by Rachel B

Tuesday May 9, 2017

For my restaurant review, I went to Ecco at The Camp in Costa Mesa. Ecco is an Italian Bistro that is a nice spot for dinner. The atmosphere of the restaurant was really nice, it had good music playing and the staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. I like how our waiter gave an honest […]

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The Mission by Connor O

Mrs. Shelton’s Creative Writing class was given an opportunity to hear from writer Jeff Willis who came and spoke to our class a couple weeks ago. Not only is he a published screenwriter and an employee of Marvel Studios, but he’s also the husband of our beloved Mrs. Willis! We were able to pick his […]

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Fine Arts Spotlight – Meet Our 6th Graders!

In this art lesson we had the the chance to express our unique interests and creative talent. We created a “personality spiral” using our own choice of colors and design within the segments of a spiral. Even though each spiral had the same shape and size it is amazing to see how different they are […]

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