Corio Aspiring Innovators Program Announcement

Corio Aspiring Innovators Program Announcement

The Signing Celebration A group of leaders and supporters of Menaul School gathered in the Baca Board room on Wednesday, February 23rd, to celebrate and sign the the new Corio Aspiring Innovators Program agreement. This agreement is a multi-year commitment in support of 23 Menaul School scholarships! In the style typical of our community, each…

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Be the Light: Traditions Are the Soul of a Great School

Be the Light: Traditions Are the Soul of a Great School

At a school with over 125 years of history, traditions have had a long time to emerge, grow, and renew themselves. Which traditions are continuous, and which ones are new? Sometimes as an alumnus or even as a long-term employee of a school like Menaul, it is difficult to understand why traditions must evolve. Think…

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Staff Spotlight: Coach James Doyle, MS Athletic Director

Staff Spotlight: Coach James Doyle, MS Athletic Director

My Story Currently, I have next to no free time. I teach, coach, and am a parent to a Menaul Junior. She is heavily involved in athletics, so most days are filled with practice, games, and recovery. In the beginning, teaching was only going to be temporary. After getting into the profession, I became hooked….

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Staff Spotlight: Rachael Shine, Counselor

Staff Spotlight: Rachael Shine, Counselor

My Story I was inspired by my grandmother to go into the social work field. Her mother was a victim of domestic violence and my grandmother used that experience to open a safe house/refugee for women and children who were also victims of domestic violence. I had never heard about this bit of family history…

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Faculty Feature: Danielle Parker, MS Mathematics

Faculty Feature: Danielle Parker, MS Mathematics

Danielle Parker graduated from Arizona Christian University. She taught highschool Math in Arizona for 4 years, and at a middle school last semester. Ms. Parker was Head Girls’ Track and Field Coach in Arizona for a year before moving to New Mexico. My Story Ever since I was a little girl I have always wanted…

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Black History Month: Chapel #1

Black History Month: Chapel #1

Chapel Guest Speaker: Menaul Parent, Mr. Ruben Porter, Jr. Mr. Porter grew up on the eastside of Detroit and attended Martin Luther King Highschool. In chapel, he touched on the legacies of Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, and John F. Kennedy. Enjoy this snapshot from today’s chapel presentation by Rev. Takako Terino, 7th Grade…

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Staff Spotlight: Kyle Weaver, Head Chef

Staff Spotlight: Kyle Weaver, Head Chef

Meet Kyle Weaver, the leader of our stellar kitchen team at Menaul School. Kyle and his team prepare and serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner when school is in session. Learn a bit about Kyle and see what is for lunch by visiting our Dining and Catering page. My Story In my free time I love…

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Staff Spotlight: Hannah Albee, Annual Fund Manager

Staff Spotlight: Hannah Albee, Annual Fund Manager

My Story My favorite free time activity is spending time with family and friends!  A long, shared dinner or adventurous outing with a chance to connect with others nourishes my soul. I’m also an avid reader of mostly short fiction, essays, and poetry – the kind you can find in magazines like The New Yorker, The…

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Faculty Feature: Nicholia Patellis, Middle School Social Studies

Faculty Feature: Nicholia Patellis, Middle School Social Studies

My Story I’m really passionate about so many things it’s hard to say all of them. Some things I love to do are, sing, read, write songs, and play with my puppy. I also love handcrafts like spinning, knitting, crochet and cross-stitch. My friends tease me that I was born in the wrong era. My…

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Staff Spotlight: Nicole Soriano, Digital Marketing

Staff Spotlight: Nicole Soriano, Digital Marketing

My Story My story began in the dreamy desert landscape of Tucson, Arizona. In search of my next adventure, I moved to Boston, Massachusetts when I was 19. I came to Albuquerque almost 7 years ago, to be close to my mom. She spent her childhood years in the village of San Juan, north of…

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