Parent's Corner

A positive relationship between the school and the parents is crucial to providing children with the greatest Montessori education possible. We like to communicate; by sign-up sheets posted at the door, in the monthly newsletter and by letting every parent know about their child's day and progress. Together, we can help each child reach their full potential.

Just for Parents

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  • Monthly Newsletters
    Important information and upcoming events will be communicated in each month's newsletter.

 

  • Volunteering
    We like to invite parents to share in their child's early education and encourage them to volunteer in the classroom, for special events or driving for fieldtrips.

 

  • Ratios
    The Montessori approach supports individual learning with smaller teacher-pupil ratios than in a traditional classroom.

 

  • Progress Reports
    Use of graded materials for progress, development and awareness are evaluated throughout the program.

 

  • Conferences
    Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled once a year.

 

  • Snack & Lunch
    Parents provide a nutritional morning and afternoon snack once a month - a list of snack ideas is posted. Parents need to provide a lunch for children who attend a full day program.

 

  • Naptime
    We provide mats and quiet time for children who take a nap after lunch.

 

  • Safety & Cleanliness
    The safety and cleanliness of our facilities and equipment is given the highest priority.

“This is hands down THE BEST Montessori School in the area. My daughter was delayed due to chronic ear infections and after attending this school, was far more advanced than ANY of her classmates in public school. The teachers are amazing and Mrs. Leslie, the director, is EXTREMELY well regarded within the community for being the best Montessori School around. Thank you Leslie and all of the amazing teachers whom make MM what it is!!!"

Montessori Education at Home

Suggested Activities at Home

 

We've compiled a list of suggested activities that can be done at home to reinforce the Montessori education received at school.
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Suggested Reading

 

  • Teaching Montessori in the Home

  • Elizabeth Hainstock The Secret of Childhood

  • Maria Montessori The Montessori Method

  • Maria Montessori The Absorbent Mind

  • Maria Montessori The Child in the Family

  • Maria Montessori The Discovery of the Child

  • Maria Montessori Logical Consequences

  • Dr. Grey Children the Challenge, Rudolf Dreikurs, MD

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