We are now offering lunches delivered by Selland’s Market.
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.
Pocket campus parent Joanna Hedrick is creating quite a joyful stir on social media with her spontaneous raked-leaf patterns at the Sacramento State campus.
Wendy Tye (Upper Elementary Guide) and Matt Hillis (Executive Director) serve as Bergamo Montessori’s representation on the world stage as AMI Bold Goal gathers this weekend in Seattle.
…create an evacuation plan (meeting spot, check windows for accessibility, and have a plan for your pets) and practice your plan once a month so that it becomes routine for you and your child. Becoming familiar with the evacuation routine will make it much easier for everyone if you do need to evacuate.
“What can I do at home to enhance my child’s school experience?”
We are so excited to see all of you who are attending the game tomorrow night. It is sure to be a fun event!
…”I work very hard to make sure there is at least an attempt at an action step so that children learn that in order to truly get what they want or need, and to do so from a place of strength rather than weakness, they usually have to do something about it. Wanting it, telling about it, or reporting about it usually are not enough.”
We are celebrating the return of the school year with a fun Bergamo Family Night! Join us at the last home game for Sacramento Republic on September 30th. The major league hopefuls have invited us for family fun and games at half time! We’d love to see you there!