Two Marrone community members a day have been visiting the toddlers. They come back to the classroom with smiles on their faces and they often share what they helped with: serving lunch, pulling up pants, playing ball, reading aloud, blowing bubbles….
You and your children can look forward to a rotating – each week will be different! – menu of nutritious, wholesome, but still temptingly delicious foods. Sylvia will be creating each meal from scratch!
A Montessori work cycle is an uninterrupted block of time. During this time children are able to explore the prepared environment and engage with materials of their own choosing. The time is meant to give them opportunities to enjoy the work they love, while also cultivating basic life skills.
It sure does seem like we’ve been waiting on this new classroom forever – construction moved at a pretty normal pace, but the displacement of cramming into a temporary room and the excitement of a new space made it seem like it took *years* to build!
The Blu Room was delighted to welcome student Tatsuo’s grandmother, who shared a special interactive presentation of her cello with the children!
Our new Marrone classroom is so close to being done!
Check out our new Almost Home after school environment!
Maria Montessori called the classroom for 3-6 year olds the “Casa dei Bambini”, the Children’s Home.
She envisioned that this would be a home-like environment where children participate in and contribute to everything that happens during the day.
Representatives from K12 Health will offer vision screenings on our campus on Thursday, February 15th. The screening costs $7 per student. Fill out this short online form if you’d like your child… Read More
M 1/1 SCHOOL CLOSED T 1/2 SCHOOL CLOSED Th 1/4 SCHOOL CLOSED F 1/5 SCHOOL CLOSED M 1/8 Pasta w/ Meat Sauce T 1/9 Ham & Split Pea Soup Th 1/11 Breakfast for Lunch (French… Read More
This week at the Pocket Campus, our Elementary classes are quite lucky to host a dear visitor, Maryse Lepoutre-Postelwaite!