I am a Montessori kid. Starting with the first few months of my life, sitting in my aunt and uncle’s Montessori classroom, until the day I graduated from sixth grade, the Montessori Method has been the only way of learning I had known. [Read more…] about What I learned as a Montessori kid
Lately, we’ve had some interesting discussions about whether or not recognizing special achievements or awards of a few students is a good thing. One main concern that came up was that the students that didn’t get that award/achievement might feel bad. On the flip side, not recognizing special achievements could also make those who earned them feel bad if they weren’t acknowledged. There was also debate about whether or not special recognition is “Montessori.” Here’s where we landed. [Read more…] about Recognizing Special Achievements
This is an article we highly recommend you read. Summer boredom can be a great thing for kids. Boredom can actually help a child become more self reliant.
At the end of this school year Mrs. Utrecht will be retiring. We are thrilled to be able to continue her legacy providing a nurturing environment for student to reach their personal and academic potential. We will be celebrating her priceless impact on all our lives June 19th at 2:30pm to 5:00pm. We are inviting our families past and present to join us on this joyous occasion. If you have any questions about the retirement party please feel free to email Andrea at email@example.com. [Read more…] about Mrs. Utrecht to retire