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September Happenings!

September Happenings 2018

June Happenings!

Please see attached for the June Happenings including the Spirit Week Themes!  June Happenings 2018

Elementary Visits the Senior Center

Last week, students visited the seniors at the Plainsboro Recreation and Cultural Center. Together they built puzzles, played games, made necklaces and decorated picture frames. At the end of the day, students helped read the book “City Dog, Country Frog” to the seniors. “Character formation cannot be taught. It comes…
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MCDS Made the news! International Day was a huge success!

Take a look! https://patch.com/new-jersey/princeton/montessori-country-day-school-holds-annual-international-day


Summer Camp 2018- Elementary Summer Camp 2018- Pre-K

Gap Camp- Spring Break

Join us for Gap Camp during Spring Break!  April 2nd-5th (Monday-Thursday) 8am-5pm! Spring Break Gap Camp

Gap Camp- 3/16 Parent Teacher Conferences

Join us for Gap Camp during Parent Teacher Conferences on Friday, March 16th.  Camp is available from 8am-5pm.  Please return the below form the office to register your child! Gap Camp 3-16

MCDS Students Flip Over Flat Worms

  Last week, our second and third graders learned about Platyhelminthes, or flat worms. There are different types of flatworms: some are parasitic and some are non parasitic. They were taught about the parts of the Platyhelminth, which include eyespots, so they can see light, canal openings to excrete from,…
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Full STEAM Ahead at MCDS

Montessori Country Day School Kindergarten and Elementary students are exploring STEM concepts during their special STEMscopes lessons with Mrs. Suh.  Students are completely engaged in the scientific process using hands-on materials and data collection systems. During a lesson in the Pushes and Pulls scope, Mulberry students were trying to push…
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A Field Trip to Remember

MCDS Elementary Teachers and Students:  Yesterday the kindergarten and elementary students had a great time at the Mandir. The children were shown a video about this Mandir and how it was built. The stone they used is Italian marble. It was shipped from Italy to India to be carved. Once…
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