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Brad Waldow, Saint Mary's College Basketball Visits Hamilton Middle School in Novato

Hamilton Meadows Middle School, and a dedicated group of teachers
Hamilton Meadows Middle School, and a dedicated group of teachers
On Tuesday, November 19, a visit from Saint Mary's College star center, Brad Waldow inspired Novato students yesterday. He spoke on the importance of time management, and staying focused on academics. Thank you Tanya Madsen, Hamilton Meadow Park AVID coordinator for your leadership in organizing this educational outreach. 

On January 25, 2014, Ms Madsen's 57 AVID students will travel to Saint Mary's College for an early college outreach. Organized by Novato Chess Club (HYA), the purpose is to:

1. expose: 1st generation college bound students, parents, and guardians to a college environment

2. inform: students, parents, and administrators of college requirements and alternative admission programs

3. reinforce: academic goals, and responsibility

Thank you to the local business community for their donations. Partnering with Saint Mary’s College make this program affordable for all youth. Contact us and reserve your group today!

Read more about the HYA College Outreach Program, and get your child involved. http://haywardyouthacademy.org/events/

Brendan J Moylan November 27, 2013 at 11:47 AM
Way to go Chris & Brad! Our St. Mary's education taught us more about life and for that we can thank the Christian Brothers. Taking the time to care about our Kids. Its always a pleasure to help out. See you at the game in January. Go Gaels!
Novato Chess Club January 02, 2014 at 02:46 PM
Thank you Brendan for your support of Novato AVID youth at Hamilton and Novato High. January 25th, SMC will be rocking with Novato youth
Novato Chess Club January 27, 2014 at 11:35 AM
Thank you Hamilton and Novato High for a wonderful day at Saint Mary's..Brad scored 25 points! Thank you Principal Steve, Hamilton Middle School, appreciate you and the hard work you do

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