Montessori News Nov. 24 – 30, 2013

Nov. 24, 2013

Gilmour Montessori students learn and create in Cleveland Museum
Montessori students enjoy a story read by a member of the Cleveland Museum  Collaborating with the Cleveland Museum of Art, Gilmour Montessori students 

Ross Montessori now weighing other funding options for school site
Glenwood Springs Post Independent
CARBONDALE — It’s on to “plan B” for the Ross Montessori School, after the positive results of recent bond elections elsewhere in Colorado meant Ross fell off 

Waco Symphony helps fledging Lake Air band
Waco Tribune-Herald
Lake Air Montessori Magnet School band students (front row, from left) Heath Hunter, Alyssa Riggs and Michaela Monroe made the All-Region Band. On the 

Charter school to address math progress
While Chippewa Valley Montessori Charter School has a solid academic track record, recent standardized tests show the school’s students are not making 

Big chill for final outdoor 2013 Tower Grove Farmer’s Market
The Winter Market will start in December and run through March on the second Saturday of each month at City Garden Montessori School located at 1618 Tower 

Nov. 29, 2013

Guadalupe Montessori School to revive Festival of Trees in Silver City
Silver City Sun News
SILVER CITY >>Guadalupe Montessori School will revive the Festival of Trees 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, December 6th and Saturday, December 7th. The festival 

Little People – Circles Montessori Day Nursery in Hertford
Hertfordshire Mercury
The Montessori nursery has a specific way of teaching the children, allowing them to choose what they want to do to help build confidence, independence and 

Video: Lighting the Chanukah Menorah
Ottawa Citizen
Preschoolers at Westboro Jewish Montessori Preschool light the Chanukah Menorah on the First Day of Chanukah with help from teacher Sara Loewenthal on 

Montessori reaches out to teenage parents
Nursery World (subscription)
Young mothers at the Teenage Parents Project at the Hartcliffe and Withywood Tenants Centre in Bristol will have the opportunity to study for the Montessori 

Local students volunteer at church’s soup kitchen
WSOC Charlotte
The Montessori volunteers typically arrive early so they can help set up the dining hall and greet guests. The kitchen is organized in restaurant style and the 

Almost 150 runners participate in third annual Turkey Trot
KXLF Butte News
The run also raised funds that will benefit the Montessori, which is one the reasons Cassie Wick spent her holiday morning running around Butte. “This is the 

HCA must not lose Dundas Valley land
Hamilton Spectator
A proposal to lease Maplewood to a Montessori school has been put forward to the conservation authority. At first glance that might seem a reasonable way to 

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