Agenda | Next 7 Days

May 22, 2018
  • Toddler Lunch: Pizza w/ steamed broccoli

    May 22, 2018

    Pizza and steamed broccoli. Served with seasonal fruit.

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  • 8th Grade Community Project Symposium- all are welcome!

    May 22, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
    Summit Room

    All are welcome to join us next Tuesday, May 22nd, from 8:45-10:00 am for the 8th Grade Community Project Symposium in the Summit Room. The community project focuses on community and service, encouraging students to explore their right and responsibility to implement service as action in the community. The community project gives students an opportunity to develop awareness of needs in various communities and address those needs through service learning. As a consolidation of learning, work on the community project engages students in a sustained, in-depth inquiry leading to service as action in the community. Community projects are student-centered and they enable students to engage in practical explorations through a cycle of inquiry, action and reflection. They help students to develop the attributes of the IB learner profile, provide students with an essential opportunity to demonstrate “approaches to learning” (ATL) skills developed through the IB Middle Years Program, and foster the development of independent, lifelong learners. Our students have worked on their projects since the beginning of the year, and they are eager to share their projects with the community. We hope you can come and see what they have accomplished!

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  • 8th grade Community Project Symposium- all are welcome!

    May 22, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
    Summit Room

    All are welcome to join us next Tuesday, May 22nd, from 8:45-10:00 am for the 8th Grade Community Project Symposium in the Summit Room. The community project focuses on community and service, encouraging students to explore their right and responsibility to implement service as action in the community. The community project gives students an opportunity to develop awareness of needs in various communities and address those needs through service learning. As a consolidation of learning, work on the community project engages students in a sustained, in-depth inquiry leading to service as action in the community. Community projects are student-centered and they enable students to engage in practical explorations through a cycle of inquiry, action and reflection. They help students to develop the attributes of the IB learner profile, provide students with an essential opportunity to demonstrate “approaches to learning” (ATL) skills developed through the IB Middle Years Program, and foster the development of independent, lifelong learners. Our students have worked on their projects since the beginning of the year, and they are eager to share their projects with the community. We hope you can come and see what they have accomplished!

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May 23, 2018
  • Toddler Lunch: Couscous w/ vegetables

    May 23, 2018

    Couscous with peppers, onions, zucchini, tomatoes. Served with seasonal fruit.

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  • Pizza Lunch - PRI/ELEM/MS

    May 23, 2018

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  • Golf Fitness- LE, MS (No UE)

    May 23, 2018

    LE: 1:30-2:15pm MS: 2:30-3:45pm Rain Location: Crescendo (all groups)

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  • UE Trip to Camp Bernie

    May 23, 2018

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May 24, 2018
May 25, 2018
  • School Closed - Open for Addl Days (I-E) - Faculty In-Service

    May 25, 2018

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  • Faculty Appreciation Luncheon

    May 25, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    R Summit

    make sure those working with children get relieved to eat FIRST

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May 28, 2018

School Spirit Day

Gathering Together as a Community!

WATER

Primary through 6th grade students gathered together to celebrate our last School Spirit Day of the year. School Spirit Days are joyous celebrations which spiral our awareness from self to our community, to our school, and ultimately connect us to the wondrous earth which we all inhabit. This year’s theme was, The Four Elements : WATER, EARTH, FIRE, and AIR.  

Mrs. Hammer introduced the last element – WATER. Our beautiful blue planet is made up mostly of water. Water is found everywhere on Earth, from the polar ice caps to the steamy geysers. Wherever water flows on this planet, you can find life. Our bodies are made up of 60% water. 

Water is the giver of life . The oceans are where life began on our earth.

Listening to the sounds of a bubbling stream, Spirit Day started with a centering/meditation imagining that we are a water droplet moving through the water cycle.  Accompanied by Mr. Mitnick on guitar, the Primary students then sang a beautiful rendition of “Listen to the Water”, complete with hand motions. They had practiced hard and were the hit of the event!  Dressed in their light green Princeton Montessori shirts, they filled the stage and were a delight to watch.

Following, Mrs. Hammer spoke about the Montessori Great Lessons, and how we are a very young species on this planet. We are learning  from our mistakes and are continuing to understand our world in new ways.

We once thought the stars were Gods.

We once thought that the Sun orbited around the earth.

We once thought that the world was flat.

We once thought that we could use the oceans as a place to put our garbage with no repercussions.

We have created troubled waters and are learning new ways to deal with pollution and the environment.

Mrs. Stolzer and Mrs. VonWachenfeldt  then sang “Bridge Over Troubled Water” accompanied by Mr. Mitnick on the piano.  Our school is filled with wonderful talent.

Acknowledging recent Earth Day events, and ways to make a difference, we sited ways to keep plastics out of the oceans by NOT using single use straws, plastic cups, and shopping bags. This led easily into our school songs – “Leading the Way” and “Princeton Montessori School”.

Finally, we gave Mr. Mitnick a big send off and wished him safe travels as he brings his gift of music to China next week!

 

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