Third year Primary, Junior I, Junior II and Middle School parents are invited the Annual Art Expo.
8:45 - Opening and agenda
8:50 - Brief introduction by Carole
9:00 - Each program explains their work
9:15-9:45 - Students will guide their parents through a tour of their Artwork following the presentations. Bring children back to classroom when done.
9:45-10:00 - Coffee and snacks on patio (weather permitting) for parents only
On Thursday, May 31st, the Upper Elementary and Middle School students will visit the Cherry Valley Co-op Farm as part of our farm-to-school program. Students will learn about local farming, and how it is affected by climate, weather, soil conditions, and other factors.
On this day, students will depart from school by bus at 9:00 a.m. and travel to the farm on Cherry Valley Rd in Princeton, NJ. Students are asked to bring a disposable lunch to enjoy at the farm and they will return to school by 1:30 p.m.
What to bring/wear:
- Disposable lunch (students will eat at the farm)
- Weather-appropriate clothing
- Comfortable walking shoes (no flip flops)
- Water bottle
- Apply and bring sunscreen
Please click here to send us your online permission by Friday, May 11th. By completing the online permission form, you are allowing your child to participate in this activity and agreeing to release the Princeton Montessori School from all liability.
Feel free to contact your child's teacher with any questions .
TODDLER:Teachers will recognize Valentine’s Day during the children’s snack time. There will not be a valentine exchange in the Toddler program.
PRIMARY: Children should bring in one handmade Valentine card for reading at the Valentine’s Day celebration. The Valentine should express the child’s feelings of love for his/her family, school, teachers, animals or friends, etc. Students do not exchange Valentine cards.
LOWER ELEMENTARY: Children are invited to exchange Valentine cards, either handmade or purchased, with all of their classmates–there are 25 children in the classroom. Children should sign their cards, but not address them to specific children. Special nutritious treats are welcome.
UPPER ELEMENTARY: Students celebrate Valentine’s Day by sharing compliments and acknowledgements with each other in their community meeting. They will share a special community treat, but students do not exchange Valentine cards.
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Middle school will acknowledge Valentine’s Day with an activity during class. Students do not exchange Valentine’s cards.
The Montessori Method of education, developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, is a child-centered educational approach based on scientific observations of children from birth to adulthood.