Princeton Montessori School is actively monitoring news and developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are following the recommendations of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the New Jersey Department of Health, as well as guidance from our local health departments and our consulting physician. The health and safety of our students, employees and families are our highest priorities.
The situation is changing rapidly. Please bookmark and refer to this page regularly for updates and information regarding our response as the situation evolves.
Princeton Montessori School is closed through March 27, 2020. Beginning Monday, March 30, we will move to remote learning for all programs.
On 03/16/2020 NJ Governor Phil Murphy announced, “…effective Wednesday March 18, all New Jersey schools will be closed. And while this closure will be for at least two weeks, they will remain closed until such time as it is deemed by health officials to be safe for them to reopen to students and staff and for classes to resume. And we don’t know when that will be. We will not tie ourselves to an arbitrary date knowing full well that this emergency may not be abated by the time that date arrives.”
Princeton Montessori School will continue remote learning until a time that it is deemed safe to return to classroom learning.
Our Remote Learning Program is designed to follow the classroom experience as closely as possible at each level. It continues personalized instruction, interactive lessons, structured assignments, and will involve some degree of recordings, live connects, and frequent contacts between parents and conference teachers.