The Princeton Montessori School Parent Association provides a forum for parents to have a voice and be involved in school life. It aims to foster a warm and welcoming sense of community for Princeton Montessori families through opportunities to be involved in regular meetings, volunteer activities, the Room Parent program, supporting and welcoming new parents, and social events. All Princeton Montessori parents are invited and encouraged to participate.
The Parent Association was formed to support the mission of the school, help build community, and contribute to the larger needs of the Princeton area. The positive impact of the Parent Association is evident throughout the school, from personal communication related to your child’s program to the organization of philanthropic endeavors to personal outreach to incoming families. The association helps maintain a dedicated parent Wi-Fi ready space in which parents are welcome to come in, relax, and connect. This space also serves as a library of parenting books which current parents are welcome to borrow. All parents are welcome to attend any of the committee meetings which are posted on the parent calendar.
In addition, the Parent Association will hold two meetings a year for the entire school community, one in November and one in April, in which the Parent Association co-chairs will share news of their work and answer questions related to the Association happenings. These meetings will include an address from the Head of School, and updates from the co-chairs about current Association projects.
The Rambusch Library and Lounge is a dedicated space to serve the needs of parents and faculty in providing library resources and a place to connect. There is even a magazine and novel exchange where you can drop off or pick up reading materials you’d like to share. Parents are always welcome to stop by, have a cup of coffee, check some emails, or just connect! The room can also be reserved for parent meetings.