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March News

Get ready because Open Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year is about to begin!  Spaces will be filled on a first come, first serve basis so don’t wait!  Act Now!  We look forward to having your family join ours!  Contact the office at 609799-6668 for more information!

Can you believe how quickly February flew by? The last three months of school always go by so quickly, so let’s get prepared to leave a great impact on high levels of academic learning, balanced with worthwhile activities. We are working harder than ever to achieve at the optimum level. Our students are working diligently in strengthening their foundation through academic and social skills. February has been a very busy month. Packed with holidays and events we have covered it all.

In science, we talked about the importance of oral hygiene and introduced the parts of a tooth and tooth anatomy-crown. We learned about the neck, root, enamel, dentin and pulp cavity. Children enjoyed making models of their teeth using marshmallows and learning incisors, canines, premolars and molars. We will be talking more about the other internal organs of the human body. We are looking forward to the numerous activities that have been planned around this fun topic.  Huge thank you to Dr. Rani for sharing her dental expertise and teaching us all about the importance of proper dental hygiene.  We appreciate your kindness and instruction!

Grace and courtesy is an integral part of our classrooms. Parents may ask how children in a Montessori class get along so well and are respectful with each other. The answer is, these are learned skills. The children are taught fundamental acts of respect, such as how to navigate around the classroom, respect each others work and space, take turns speaking, treat materials gently and clean up/make material beautiful for the next person. The acquisition of these basic grace and courtesy skills lays the groundwork for a peaceful and harmonious classroom environment, which fosters mutual respect.

Our students work so hard each day not only in academics, but socially and physically.  We are developing the whole child-one who is not only a good student, but one who is independent, thoughtful, insightful, kind, caring and confident!  Join us as we continue our journey and lay a strong foundation for our future successes!

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