Friday, May 29th is a School Spirit Day! Wear your PMonts shirts all day for your class meetings, and click on the Zoom link at 4:00 PM to join Mr. Mitnick and HOS Michelle Morrison for our final singalong of the year! Turn on your video and select "Gallery View" so we can all see each other's faces as we close out the year with song!
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It is great to stay connected with pictures and video as we continue this remote learning experience.
The students participated in many May Day activities! Vinay and Lila picked a beautiful bouquet and made flower “perfume”. Toddler Gavin gathered violets – his mother’s and grandmother’s favorite flowers. Stella and Morgan created flower crowns and many other May Day creations.
THANKING OUR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Upper Elementary student, Jia, and her family contribute regularly to a great local organization called Neighbor in Need. Jia and her younger sister, Arya, responded to a call to make thank you cards for healthcare workers. They made a whole bunch of them and dropped them off. Jia was absolutely delighted to see a heartfelt response from the healthcare worker and his family who said a public thank you on our local FB township group of over 10,000 members – it’s wonderful for our students to see that they can make a positive difference in other people’s lives during these unprecedented times.
Primary student Arjun solves Addition problems with his Magnet Cubes.
Mrs. Sami gives Teagan a one-on-one lesson with the Montessori stamp game.
Primary student Stella washes her safari animals, works with nomenclature 3-part cards, and uses apples to experiment with fractions.
Skylar shows her lifecycle of dandelions work and does the short chain.
Gavin is a very busy artist!
Ajeer is sponge painting with stencils and pin-punching an umbrella shape.
During UE Social Time with Mrs. Eser students make pizza! They learned about the history of pizza, watched a video on how to make pizza, and then made their own pizza.
Elementary AfterSchool has a lesson buoyancy and completes many projects related to the weekly theme – endangered animals.
Max enjoys his spring artwork project.
Max’s mom read a story during the zoom class.
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.