News and Updates

  • Staff Spotlight: Adrianne Schmidt

    Posted on November 22, 2019
    Adrianne Schmidt plays a vital role in Muskegon Montessori Academy of Environmental Change’s daily success. Her title may be office manager, but her work plays a huge role in achieving MMAEC’s goals and establishing its culture. She is at the front line of school and creates a welcoming environment that is inclusive of everyone. From ... READ MORE

  • Maranda Visits for Our First Day of School

    Posted on September 18, 2019
    On our first day of school, Maranda from WoodTV 8 checked in with us to see how our middle schoolers were acclimating back to school. Students were excited and geared up for the year ahead! Not only were we lucky to have Maranda’s visit, but Maranda’s friends from Craig’s Cruisers stopped by to give us ... READ MORE

  • Summer Recap

    Posted on August 26, 2019
    Oftentimes, finding affordable, engaging and educational camps can be difficult. Muskegon Montessori Academy of Environmental Change wanted to be different, so they provided an opportunity for kids to have fun while learning! They offered an Animal Adventures and Mad Scientist camp for grades k-3 and 4-8.  During Animal Adventures week, sixteen students participated and they ... READ MORE

  • National Charter School Alliance – Expecting Greatness from All at Muskegon Montessori Academy of Environmental Change

    Posted on July 15, 2019
      Check this out! Ms. Ali partnered with National Alliance for Public Charter Schools to write a blog about MMAEC!⭐️ “At MMAEC we expect greatness from all of our students, families, and teachers. We don’t have a high bar that students can’t reach —we recognize that each child learns in a unique way. We hold each other ... READ MORE

  • Montessori is her happy place: Tracey Jensen

    Posted on July 8, 2019
    In Ms. Tracey’s room, there is a calmness and love for learning that permeates. The kids are all in their own areas working on materials. There are smiles and one can tell that students are enjoying what they are doing. Ms. Tracey moves graciously from one area of students to another and checks in to ... READ MORE