On November 18, US Senator Al Franken visited Minnesota Math and Science Academy(MMSA). In light of a recent uptick in reported incidents of hate speech and non-inclusive behavior post-election across the country, Senator Franken assured our students that he is supportive of the local, national, and global Somali and Muslim communities. Senator Franken shared the story […]
Minnesota Math and Science Academy is thrilled to present this unique opportunity to parents of our students. Parent University will offer families a variety of FREE classes and workshops every other week on Wednesdays from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. These classes are designed to add to existing skills and provide opportunities for additional growth and development […]
“Our first international visitor, Mr. Kem Ezra Vital from Dominica visited MMSA last Tuesday as part of the State Department sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program. The purpose of his visit was to discuss and exchange best practices of curriculum design to more effectively support the delivery of STEM subjects, particularly mathematics, explore practical examples of […]
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MMSA’s annual movie night was March 30th. It was an incredible success. The cafeteria was packed! The night was was a parent/child night to enjoy a good movie. We played the good dinosaur and had wonderful feedback.
It’s no wonder American classrooms are becoming more diverse.Through a partnership with MCTC, MMSA staff voluntarily decided to take an evening Somali class in order to learn a bit about the culture and language of some of our students. Please read more about the program on the article linked HERE!
On Wednesday, March 8th, three of our 6th graders traveled to Chicago to represent our school in Concept schools Art & Language contest. The contest is designed for students to showcase their abilities in singing, poetry, and Turkish and Spanish dance. Even though we didn’t have a Turkish or Spanish class, our students did an […]