Montessori Unit


This Montessori Page and the pages dedicated to each level, SSM, PS, and K, feature classroom highlights and previews, school reminders and dates, and home connections.  Pages are updated regularly, so check back frequently for new information!

Don't miss that classes pages are now directly below on this page.  Just find the tab for your level and see what's happening! 


Monday, 1/20- No school. 
MLK Jr. Day of Service 9:00-11:00 AM

Friday, 1/24- Sneak Up on Hunger-  please send in a canned good in your child's school bag

Wednesday, 1/29- Book Fair begins - homeroom call moms will send out schedule for volunteers during your child's class visit.

Friday, 1/31- Family Bingo -hope you can join us fo this fun family event

Saturday, 2/1 - Book Fair open 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. -  last day to visit the book fair

Monday, 2/3 - Parent Teacher Conferences 6:00 pm. - 8:00 p.m Tuesday, 2/4- Parent Teacher Conferences 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.-  Student Holiday -  scheduler is open, please schedule your appointment with your child's teacher

Tuesday, 2/11 - Visiting Day Open House

Friday, 2/14 - Staff Development Day- Student Holiday

Montessori Mittens 

Bringing warmth to children in need this winter season

Thank you for your generous donations.  Our final count this year was 201 mittens, hats and scarves donated to Cradles to Crayons this season. 

Teachers' Favorite Books

The Trouble with Trolls  by Jan Brett

Snow by Uri Shulevitz

Snowballs  by Lois Ehlert

I Slide Into the White of Winter by Charlotte Agell

Snowmen at Night by Carolyn Buehner 

The Wild Toboggan Ride by Suzan Reid

One Winter’s Day by M. Christina Butler

The Mitten by Jan Brett

Wake Up World by Beatrice Hollyer 

 The Snow Day by Ezra Jack Keats

 Snow Party  by Harriet Ziefort

Winter Eyes by Douglas Florian

Winter Woes by Marty Kelley



Please remember to sign up for a Parent Teacher conference.  We look forward to sharing your child's progress with you. 

Our lost and found is growing. Please stop by at conferences to check out items left behind.  Please remember to label items with names for a safe return home.

As we head into our winter months, please remember our health policy states that your child should be fever free without medicine for 24 hours before returning to school. This is also a great time to practice at home, washing hands, sneezing into your elbow and nose blowing.  Thank you for your assistance in keeping our classroom healthy.

We Dare To Proclaim Joy

Montessori Inspiration

"Education should no longer be mostly imparting knowledge but must take a new path, seeking the release of human potentials."

                              ~ Maria Montessori

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