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July 15, 2019
  • SQ- Primary Swim

    July 15, 2019

    1:00-2:00 pm

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  • SQ- Elem- Science Seeds with Mrs. Hammer

    July 15, 2019

    12:30 - 2:00 pm in Imaginarium

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July 16, 2019
  • SQ- Elem- Taekwondo

    July 16, 2019

    1:00 - 2:00 pm

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  • SQ- Toddler Morning Water Play

    July 16, 2019

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  • Primary SQ Trip to Terhune

    July 16, 2019

    On Tuesday, July 16th, Primary SQ students will go to Terhune Orchards in support of our "In the Garden" theme. Students will participate in the Read-and-Pick program, where they will learn about blueberries and then pick their own 1/2 pint to take home. Students will also have time to feed the animals and enjoy apple cider and an apple from the farm!

    On this day, the students will depart from school at 9:10 a.m. and travel to Terhune Orchards in Princeton, NJ. They will enjoy their activities and snack and return to school at 11:00 am. After they return, they will eat regular lunch at school.

    What to bring/wear:
      - Wear weather-appropriate clothing
      - Apply and bring sunscreen
      - Lunch upon return to school. Bring regular lunch (or order SmartLunch as usual). 
      
    Please click here to submit your permission by Friday, July 12, 2019. By clicking Submit, you are allowing your child to participate in this activity and agreeing to release the Princeton Montessori School from all liability. 

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July 17, 2019
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July 19, 2019
  • SQ- Elem Water Play - afternoon

    July 19, 2019

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  • SQ- Primary Water Play - morning

    July 19, 2019

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  • Elem SQ trip to Princeton Art Museum

    July 19, 2019

    On Friday,  July 19th, Elementary SummerQuest students will visit the Princeton University Art Museum to complement their summer theme of Cultures of the World. They will explore African and French art, and participate in related activities. Each child will receive a passport sticker depicting the visit.

    On this day, the students will depart from school at 10:00 a.m. and travel to the Art Museum on the Princeton campus. After their visit, they will return to school at 12:00 p.m., and will eat lunch at school.

    What to bring/wear:
      - Wear weather-appropriate clothing
      - Lunch upon return to school. Bring regular lunch (or order SmartLunch as usual).

    Please click here to submit your permission by Monday, July 15, 2019. By clicking Submit, you are allowing your child to participate in this activity and agreeing to release the Princeton Montessori School from all liability. 

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Summer Adventure Time

Students of all ages are enjoying a summer of discovery! – Our infants and toddlers are discovering and experiencing who they are. Work and play go hand-in-hand, indoors and outdoors! The toddlers are learning about insects and happily collaborate with their friends creating art with new mediums. Students at all levels love Water Play days! ...

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Congratulations!!

The Princeton Montessori School 2011 Middle School graduates are now graduating from College! They are receiving their degrees from the following colleges and universities: AUSTIN KUPPEK – Quinnipiac University, BRIANNA CUNHA – Loyola University, Maryland, EVELYN RUSSO – St. Joseph’s University, BETHANY REIM – Pitzer College, REBECCA CIBBARELLI – Franklin & Marshall, GRAY SEILER – University of St ...

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50th Anniversary

This year marked our 50th anniversary as a school and it was a year filled with special celebrations for our entire community.  We kicked off with a fabulous Fall Festival and a glamorous Winter Gala, followed by winter and spring visit days for parents, grandparents and friends. In honor of our 50th, our talented Performing Arts ...

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Congratulations Class of 2019!!

Our Eighth grade graduates were recognized on June 8th and the 3rd year Primary students were recognized on June 7th. . The Middle School students each gave a speech and together they performed the song, “I’ll Be There For You” by The Rembrandts. In addition, Gerard and Gordon performed “Tears in Heaven” by Eric Clapton, and Gloria ...

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Great Job Upper Elementary Students!

  The Upper Elementary students all received Character Award Certificates. The students studied character traits and virtues throughout the year in their weekly “Gifts and Challenges” classes. They worked on topics such as patience, courtesy, gratitude, perseverance, responsibility and leadership.  Each student chose a character trait to reflect on for the year and wrote an essay ...

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Learning About One Another

The children in the Primary Rose room had some special visitors. Maxwell’s family, including Aunt Kweli Archie and Maxwell’s cousin, came in to do a fun art project with the class and to talk to the children about the celebrations of Kwanzaa and Mardi Gras. Aunt Kweli talked about Kwanzaa, an African American holiday which ...

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Eighth Grade Community Projects

As their capstone project, 8th grade students undertake a year-long community project, during which they identify an issue that is important to them and then develop and execute an action project that will make a difference.  This year’s projects included: Working to help pass legislation that would reduce voter suppression  Collecting and then donating sports ...

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Faculty Appreciation Lunch

The faculty and staff took a break from their in-service day to enjoy a delicious lunch provided by parents. The room was beautifully decorated and an amazing assortment of food was laid out. There was even a fun photo booth with props! The staff felt appreciated, cared for, and connected to the parents who so generously participated or ...

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Outdoor Adventure

Each year, the Upper Elementary students take an overnight camping trip to Camp Bernie in Port Murray, NJ.  This trip offers children an opportunity to gain a sense of independence with the freedom to be themselves, while spending time outdoors and learning more about their natural surroundings. The students experienced rock climbing, a low ropes course and ...

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Students Explore Sandy Hook and the National Park

LE students visited Brookdale’s Ocean Institute in Highlands, NJ, to explore Sandy Hook and the surrounding national park. The students had the opportunity to use seining nets to collect a variety of coastal creatures from the bay, observe them, and then safely return them to their home. Students where able to make real-world connections to the Biology curriculum, while ...

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Farm-to-School

On May 17th the Middle School and Upper Elementary students took their spring field-trip to the Cherry Valley Co-op to continue with the “Farm to School” program. The glorious weather offered a perfect backdrop for connecting the learning from their ecology classes with the realities of food production on an organic farm. – The Upper Elementary ...

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View the Recent Common Ground Presentation

“Prepare the child for the path and not the path for the child.” Princeton Common Ground held a community lecture and Educators’ workshop, Understanding the Emotional Needs of Children and Adults, on May 14 at the Pennington School. The evening lecture, Suicide Can Touch Anyone: A Real Conversation About Suicide Prevention, included a panel of experts from ...

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Congratulations Class of 2019

Graduation and Primary Recognition is a milestone that calls for celebration! We wish our 8th Grade students all the best as they complete their Princeton Montessori School education and head off to High School.  Gordon Grandbouche, Gloria Liu, Torrey Matlock Jr., Amna Kazmi, Gerard Monteiro   Middle School Graduation will be held Saturday, June 8th at ...

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Spending Time Together

2019 Spring Visit Days – The spring classroom visit days were a big success! These visit days allowed guests to enjoy treasured one-on-one time in the classroom for Primary and Elementary students, a morning sing along for Infant and Toddlers, and an up-beat Performance by the Middle School students.  – Watch a slideshow of the fun! –   

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CommonGround Book Series

The Rambusch Library and Lounge is an inviting space, created to serve the needs of parents and faculty in providing library resources and a place to connect. There is a large assortment of books for parents to enjoy, including all the books featured in the CommonGround lecture series that occurs throughout the year. – Princeton Common ...

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Art Across the Curriculum

We invite you to stop by during the Spring Visit Days, or any day after dismissal, to view the beautiful work on display in the school hallways. Third Year Primary, Elementary and Middle School students have been exploring this year’s art theme, Art Across the Curriculum, in their weekly art classes.  – Each month the art projects focused ...

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Middle School Career Speakers

Each month, our Middle School students welcome a current parent or member of the community to come in and speak about his or her profession and share information and insights with the MS students. Most recently, Zoe Horneck, mom to Primary students Greta and Escher, visited the student to share about her profession as a real ...

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Great Fun at the Trenton Thunder Family Outing

The weather held out and it turned out to be a beautiful spring afternoon for the family baseball outing.  Over 80 Princeton Montessori School parents and students turned out for the Trenton Thunder game against the Erie SeaWolves. HOS, Michelle Morrison, showed excellent form throwing out a first pitch, Montessori Dads gave it their all in ...

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Final School Spirit Day of the Year

It was a perfect spring morning. The sun was shining, trees were blooming and there was music in the air. On Thursday April 25th, Primary through Middle School children gathered to celebrate our fourth School Spirit Day for this year. These days are joyous celebrations which spiral our awareness from self to our community, to our school, ...

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