2022

  • May

    A Zoom with a View into Montessori: Toddler through Middle School

    On May 4th, we shared an evening as a community showing parents what their Montessori children do in school. Before the pandemic, we had the ability to have parents come into the classrooms and observe. We had two events that were particularly informative of the academic activities of Montessori students, “Montessori Across the Ages” and “Now I Get It,”
     
    This year, Zoom with A View into Montessori attempts to combine Montessori Across the Ages, which showed students work in different strands of Montessori curriculum at each level of development, and Now I Get It, which was an afternoon of lessons given by teachers to parents using Montessori materials. We hope you enjoy this video that the teachers and students have put together for you.
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  • Parent Book Club, May 19th at 8:00 PM

    Join us on Thursday, May 19th at 8:00 PM for our discussion of People Love Dead Jews by Dara Horn.
     
    Dara Horn invites us to take a closer look at the stories that are told about Jewish people. She argues that throughout history, people have been fascinated with narratives about Jewish people who are dead instead of invested in the safety of those who are living. She takes us on a journey to explore the "subtle dehumanization" of Jewish people embedded in the narratives that we consume.  
     
    Zoom link will be posted on classroom web pages.
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  • April

    Zoom with a View into Montessori: Toddler through Middle School

    "What do they do all day?" We want you to know!

    Learn about Montessori education from teachers giving lessons and students practicing and showing their work.

    This virtual event is taking place next Wednesday evening at 8PM. Please register for this event.
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  • Parent Conversation: Tech Safety and the Social Emotional Wellness of our Youngest Learners

    Please plan to join us on Tuesday, April 26th from 7:30-8:30 PM when Rebecca Winter, LMS parent and a member of our Technology Department, and Jessica Lenci, our School Counselor, will present to TD and CH families about healthy technology use for young children. Rebecca and Jessica will lead an interactive session addressing parent questions and concerns and discussing topics such as screen time, learning apps, security, and appropriate use for this developmental age. 
    Registration link is posted on classroom pages
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  • March

    March Parent Book Club, 3/10 at 8 PM

    Our March book club choice is Say I'm Dead by E. Dolores Johnson.
     
    Please join us on Thursday, March 10th at 8:00 PM for our monthly discussion. The Zoom link is posted on all classroom pages.
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  • February

    Witness to History: E. Dolores Johnson, Feb. 24 from 7:30 - 9:00 PM

    Each year, as part of the Middle School curriculum, students engage in meaningful dialogue with “witnesses to history” through Facing History and Ourselves. We invite parents to get a glimpse of what the students experience.
     
    Come hear a presentation by E. Dolores Johnson, author of “Say I’m Dead,” followed by a Q&A session.
     
    We hope you will join us!

    Zoom link is on classroom web pages.
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  • January

    Parent Learning: Navigating Children's Healthy and Age-Appropriate Technology Use, February 15th at 8 PM

    Join us on Tuesday, February 15th for our next Parent Learning event: Navigating Children’s Healthy and Age-Appropriate Technology Use
    A workshop for Parents of Children in Grades 2 – 8 (TD/CH Parents also welcome!) 
    (Zoom registration link is on the classroom web pages).

    Children are using technology more than ever before, and at younger ages. There are now many research studies that show increased risks to health (e.g. addiction, depression, anxiety), development, and socio-emotional well-being as a result of too much technology use or age-inappropriate technology use.  Doug Fodeman, our speaker for the evening, helps parents understand what these risks are and how to reduce them for their children.  Attendees can expect to learn how to help their children use technology in developmentally healthy and age-appropriate ways, as well as a better understanding of the issues to be concerned about.  This workshop will focus on children ages 7 through 14 and is a workshop for parents only. 

    Please click on READ MORE below, to learn more about Doug Fodeman. 
     
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  • January Book Club, Thursday 1/20 from 8-9 PM

    Our January book club choice is The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee.
     
    Please join us on Thursday, January 20th from 8:00-9:00 PM for our monthly discussion. The Zoom link will be posted on classroom pages.
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