Montessori News 5-15-13

May 15, 2013

Montessori School OK’d For 2014 Start
New Haven Independent
Melissa Bailey Photo The school board approved a proposal to open the city’s first public Montessori school in 2014, marking a step forward in a new experiment in grassroots, parent-led school reform. At its regular meeting Monday at 54 Meadow St., the 

Montessori: Alternative school reaches 10 years in Skokie
Skokie Review
Nathan was among the first children to enroll in the Skokie Montessori School, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Tucked away in the comfortable basement of a synagogue, Skokie Montessori School works with children ages 2 to 12 in 

Mountaineer Montessori offers camp sessions
Charleston Gazette
Registration is now open for the “Best. Summer. Ever.,” six-week series of unique experiential learning and camp sessions for children ages 3-12, offered by the Mountaineer Montessori School, 308 20th Street. A wide variety of specialty and theme-week 

Apple Montessori Schools donate to Ronald
The West Milford Messenger
Apple Montessori Schools united its 17 campus locations throughout New Jersey, including one in West Milford, as well as its nearly 300 employees, to come together for one cause – The Ronald McDonald House Charities. Each of the Apple Montessori 

Button design winner revealed
Winona Post
The Winona Steamboat Days Festival Committee unveiled the 2013 Button Design and announced its designer at Bluffview Montessori School Tuesday afternoon. This year’s design winner is Sequoia Fassbender, 6th grade student at Bluffview Montessori 

Softball: Cassie McGrath, Tuckahoe a winning combo
The Journal News |
Tuckahoe vs. Yonkers Montessori: The Tuckahoe varsity softball team remained undefeated during the regular season with a 10-1 victory over Yonkers Montessori

Indiana School Teacher Puts Diaper On 5-Year-Old Student For Acting Like A 
Opposing Views
An Indiana teacher’s aide at Children of the Earth Montessori School was fired after she put a diaper on her 5-year-old student because he was acting like a baby. The class teacher was suspended indefinitely as an accessory in the act. The child’s 

Teachers don’t get it
He was attending a Montessori school. In Grade 1, we decided to move him over to Plowman’s Park public school in Meadowvale. During his time at Plowman’s Park, I have noticed a complete change in his attitude, self-esteem and overall behaviour.

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