Montessori News June 2-8, 2013

June 3, 2013

Painting competition
In Category-B, Moirangthem Bheigyasali of Nirmalabas High School, Laiphrakpam Rohit of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School and Thokchom Shrisha of Maria Montessori won first second and third prizes respectively. In Category-C, Telen Khaidem of 

Red Door Allows Students to Run Their Own Business
The Ledger
They allow the use of their property for the students to have the opportunity to fulfill some of their curriculum through real-life experience,” said Josie Zinninger, founder and director of finance and strategic planning at Lakeland Montessori. “This 

Taking Killer Whale Research To The Classroom
Jeff Hogan, executive director of Killer Whale Tales, has taken orca research into classrooms from Washington to California. credit: Ashley Ahearn; Students at the Eton Montessori School in Bellevue, Washington were glued to Hogan’s presentation 

Kingwood Montessori School Presents Summer Camps 2013

Kingwood News
The goal of our Early Childhood Summer Classes for 3-6 year-olds is to provide a relaxed and interesting environment. The classes can be used for care throughout the summer or for a short session of enrichment. Each session has a special focus within 


June 4, 2013

Montessori Charter School supporters fight back
Dozens of parents, faculty members and supporters of Chippewa Valley Montessori Charter School expressed concern about proposed changes during Monday’s Eau Claire school board meeting. The board continued to comb through a proposed contract 

Montessori, School-Choice, and Early-Childhood Education Eliminated by the 
At the most recent meeting of the Edgefield County School District Board of Education, the Board voted 5-2 (Mr. Bibbs and Ms. Hammond were the dissenting votes) to eliminate the Montessori program at Douglas Elementary. This decision robs us of the 

Montessori School of Lake Forest Names New Executive Director
The Board of Directors of the Montessori School of Lake Forest (MSLF) announced the selection of Ann Jordahl as Executive Director. Ms. Jordahl is a long-time member of the staff at MSLF, serving most recently as Interim Executive Director. MSLF was 

Montessori academy students in Nevis clean up Gallows Bay beach
CHARLESTOWN,Nevis,June 3rd, 2013 — Students from the Montessori Academy, Nevis, and their teachers cleaned up a section of Gallows Bay on Friday last week as part of their annual conservation week activities. According to the school’s owner and 

Green values taught at Brixham
Foster’s Daily Democrat
Originally founded in Portsmouth in 1997 as the Orchard Montessori Friends School, in 2000 founder Alica Johnson-Grafe reopened the school under the Brixham banner. Since then, Brixham has grown from eight students to just under 100, and includes 

Workshop on ‘Connecting Classrooms Programme’ held
The News International
A workshop was conducted on ‘Connecting Classrooms Programme’ at the SLS Montessori & School, Islamabad Campus, which is a project of school linking programme of the British Council. Under the ‘Connecting Classrooms Programme,’ students of SLS 

Jon Fellman, Wilmette Resident, Reviews Importance of Parent Involvement in
Jon Fellman Wilmette, Montessori parent, is a strong believer that parents must remain involved in their children’s education in order to help them achieve their full potential. Specifically, Fellman is one parent who is a major advocate of encouraging 

Lafayette School Board closes $4 million shortfall for 2013-2014 school year
The Advocate
Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCKPlayground equipment fills the back lot of Truman Montessori School in Show caption Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCKPlayground equipment fills the back lot of Truman Montessori School in Lafayette Monday.

 June 5, 2013

Dearborn Montessori Center Students ‘Slime’ Physical Education Teacher
Students at Dearborn Heights Montessori Center delighted in “sliming” Brett Rosbury, the school’s physical education instructor at the school’s annual Field Day event on May 31. Rosbury promised students that if they raised at least $3,000 for the 

Bank of the West donates $1000 to Montessori
Mountain Mail Newspaper
Chaffee County Montessori School recently received a $1,000 grant from Bank of the West Charitable Investments to support early childhood education in Salida. The school’s early childhood program provides Montessori education to about 30 children from 

Gardens offer outdoor lessons
Montgomery Advertiser
Students at the Montessori School at Hampstead will study which plants attract butterflies and larvae and why thanks to a new two-acre outdoor classroom at the east Montgomery private school. The butterfly gardens, which are part of the new facility, 

Yearly school maintenance and preparation, plus K to 12 building expansion
Philippine Star
Way back in 1966, when we first established the first Operation Brotherhood Montessori school, well known women columnists in the country including Betty Go Belmonte, Nang Sevilla and Doris Nuyda expressed delight and wonder how preschoolers can be 

ICSD approves merger for modified boys cross country
ITHACA — At its meeting May 28, the Ithaca City School District Board of Education unanimously approved a recommendation from Danielle La Roche, ICSD’s wellness and athletics officer, to merge with the Elizabeth Ann Clune Montessori School for 


June 6, 2013

Apple Montessori of Wayne, and Kinnelon raise $20K for The Ronald McDonald
This year, Apple Montessori Schools united its 15 campus locations throughout New Jersey, as well as its nearly 300 employees to come together for one cause – The Ronald McDonald House Charities. Each of the Apple Montessori School locations, which 

BAY FARM MONTESSORI ACADEMY: Learning about dairy farming
Wicked Local Plymouth
Bay Farm Montessori Academy middle school students have added farming to their curriculum. The students are learning about dairy farming and are helping to socialize calves at the historic O’Neil Farm in Duxbury. The last working dairy farm in 

The joy of bilingual reading
Islands’ Sounder
Each week at Orcas Montessori School, the children head home holding large, brightly colored envelopes. Inside each envelope awaits hours of enjoyment, a shared experience between parents and their children, and the beginning of a love of languages.

South Point win
Assam Tribune
GUWAHATI, June 6 – In the lone match of the day of the City Challenge Inter School Cricket Tournament (U-15) at the Dispur playground today, South Point School registered 21-run victory against Happy Montessori School. In the 15-over match South Point 

June 7,2013

Lenox: Montessori School to hold end of year ceremonies
Berkshire Eagle
The Montessori School of the Berkshires will hold its annual Moving Up Day Ceremony at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 13, at the school’s Lenox Dale campus. Students’ families, friends, and the general community are welcome to attend the festivities, which 

Dealing with tantrums
San Antonio Express
Once, when my daughters were at Judson Montessori school, now the Montessori School of San Antonio, an acquaintance allowed as how his child needed more discipline than that. Maria Montessori would have been amused. I watched Montessori faculty 

Friday Closings And Delays
Onslow County Schools: two hour delay. Pamlico County Schools: closed. Kinston Charter Academy: dismissing early. Washington Montessori Charter School: dismissing at 11:30 a.m., no after-school care. Care-O-World Enrichment Center’s NC Pre-K is 

CedarWorks Raffle Drawing Set for June 21
The public is invited to the Children’s House Montessori School’s seventh annual CedarWorks raffle. This year, the grand prize winner gets to choose between one of their new line of Frolic Playsets, the Frolic 5, and one of their indoor Rhapsody 

June 8,2013

Nonprofit produces songs to build social skills in kids
Growing Sound Music Aims to Develop Children’s Min…: David Kisor, music director at Children, Inc., creates songs designed to promote the social and emotional development of children. He recently visited the organization’s Montessori Early Learning 

Indian School Ghubra students turn diplomats at Model UN conference
Oman Tribune
Indian School Ghubra students turn diplomats at Model UN conference. MUSCAT A team of 10 Indian School Ghubra (ISG) students led by schoolteacher Mallika Ariwala left for Geneva on Tuesday to attend the Montessori Model United Nations conference.

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