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The Great Kindness Challenge is dedicated to creating and experiencing a culture of kindness on campuses nationwide.
Our top moments from the 2013-14 school year — and what we are looking forward to in the few months ahead.
“As a child becomes familiar with the expectations in a Montessori classroom, they develop a sense of internal order helping them navigate through the multitude of decisions they make on a daily basis.”
“It is the gift of the Montessori education that a child is methodically shown the process for doing a job, moving in the classroom, or taking care of their body …”
Our P.E. Teacher and Athletic Director explores how physical activity affects academic achievement.
“The children are eagerly planting strawberries, tomatoes, banana peppers, bell peppers, Asian lettuce, eggplants, and ornamental red and white cabbage …”
Should schools teach creativity?
creativity, sir ken robinson
“The child should live in an environment of beauty.” — Maria Montessori
By cultivating creativity, critical thinking and lifelong curiosity, our students can lead the way towards a brighter tomorrow.