• June

    Summer Gardening at LMS!

    How: WATER, then HARVEST
    Why: GROW and EAT!
    Come water the greenhouse gardens on days that work for you and enjoy the bounties of the harvest.

    Shlomy and the students are busy planting tomatoes, squash, basil, eggplants, kales, brussel sprouts, cantaloupes, peppers and pretty much every kind of summer veggie, fruit and herb you can think of, giving us an opportunity to adopt a summer garden for a day or two or as many as your heart (and schedule) would like to this summer. It takes about an hour to water the gardens and feed the fish, preferably in the morning before noon. But if you can’t make it then, you can also come at the end of the day. Come by yourself for a little respite/inspiration or with your kids (they may know more about how to care for our LMS gardens than you do) or with a friend and call it a Garden Playdate.
    Be a Summer Gardener! Contact Shlomy, LMS Farming Teacher at sgoldman@lexmontessori.org
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  • Join LMS at the Pride Parade, 6/8/19

    When we think about the lessons that are part of the anti-bias curriculum in LMS we think about supporting the development of kid's identities, their sense of belonging and their agency to create change. We explore ways in which kids can feel their actions create impact in the community around them. A couple of weeks ago the UE students learned about the history of the Pride flag and its significance in the LGBTQ rights movement. After the lesson, some of the kids helped hoist the flag outside our building. The kids were excited about the opportunity for them to take part in the Boston Pride Parade. They saw this as a place for them to express their support for the LGBTQ community and advocate for equality. Click on READ MORE to see all the details for this year LMS Pride march! Let the Pride Flag fly!
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  • May

    LMS Book Fair, May 28-30

    Please plan to come by the Book Fair in the LMS Library any time between 7:30AM and 5:00PM, May 28th, 29th and 30th. Shop for your family or your child’s classroom. You’re ‘bound’ to find something great! A percentage of all proceeds goes to the LMS Annual Projects Fund.
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  • Arts Show Reception, 5/30/19

    The Annual Arts Show, a celebratory, end-of-year LMS tradition, will be on display throughout the school from Monday, May 6th through the end of May. The exhibit contains artwork from all LMS students and concludes on Thursday, May 30 from 5 to 7pm at the Arts Show Reception.
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  • Grandfriends Day, May 30th, 9-11:30AM

    LMS Parents - this is a wonderful opportunity for your child(ren) to share the classroom with a grandparent or special adult friend. This event also gives Grandfriends a chance to experience the magic of seeing the children in their world at the school they love and for them to gain a true sense of what LMS is all about. 
    The morning includes a welcome reception, as well as a child-guided tour of the classroom, Arts Show, Book Fair, and Spring Plant sale.
    Grandfriends invitations were emailed out to all families the first week in May. We encourage you to share the invitation with the grandparents or special adult friends of your choice. The school does not send invitations directly to grandparents.
    We look forward to welcoming all Grandfriends to LMS!
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  • April

    LGBTQ Potluck Brunch, 4/27/19, 11AM-1PM

    All are invited to attend the LGBTQ & Allies Potluck Brunch on Saturday, April 27 from 11 AM – 1 PM. Join us in the Middle School classroom, right before the Ice Cream Social! Sign up here!
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  • Ice Cream Social Fundraiser, 4/27/19, 1-4PM

    Please plan to attend this fun-filled event as the Upper Elementary students put on their annual Ice Cream Social fundraiser which offsets costs of their “Big Trip” to Washington, D.C. There will be ice cream, of course, and a host of student-made games for young and old alike. We hope you can join in the fun!
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  • 9th Annual 5K and Kids' Fun Run, 5/11/19

    Join us this Saturday for our 9th Annual 5K Run/Walk & Kids' Fun Run. Online registration has closed. Walk-in registration for the 5K is on Saturday morning from 9-10:15AM. We hope you can make it!
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  • February

    Elementary Drumming Residency, March 4th through 15th

    Beginning March 4th, Tom Foote (and his brother Dan) will be back on campus to join the elementary students for a 2-week intensive arts residency on drumming. The residency will have two performances on Thursday, March 14th - a dress rehearsal at 10:00 AM and an evening performance at 6:00 PM.
    Why, you might ask, do we do an annual residency? Many years ago, we started doing this to accomplish three things: 1) To provide an opportunity for children to perform for an audience; 2) To give kids a chance to work with teachers and children who are not in their normal daily classes; and 3) To allow us to pursue projects that all of elementary focus on over an extended time. 
    Beyond all that, we have created lots of excitement and institutional memories from the performances of circus acts, dance, poetry, puppetry, drumming and plays. We are confident that during the next two weeks, Tom and Dan will take us to places equally exciting and memorable!

    To order Residency T-shirts, please read more!
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  • Upper Elementary Science Expo, April 2, 2019

    On Tuesday, April 2, the UE students will be presenting a Science Expo.  The topics relate to the Work of “Earth & Air” including: Dem Bones (skeletal system), the Breath of Life (respiratory system), Decomposers (bacteria and fungi), and Spaceship Earth (ecology).  This expo will give students a chance to share their knowledge and interests in a creative, interactive format similar to a museum or science fair. The expo will happen during the day from 11:00-11:30 AM and 12:30-2:45 PM.  It will also be open from 3:00-6:00 PM if families would like to visit on their own, although we encourage you to come during the day, if possible, to get the full, interactive experience.
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  • Girls' Adventures in Math at LMS, 4/6/19

    Girls Adventures in Math: A Comic-Based Math Competition
    Featuring Four of History's Great Women

     is a team-based Math Competition for girls in grades 3 - 5 and 6 - 8. 

    GAIM Lexington Montessori School will take place on Saturday, April 6th from 12:30-4:00PM. Teams are made up of four players each. The cost is $109 per team (Financial Aid available). For more information or to sign up please contact Amy Boss, Middle School Math Teacher.
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  • Now I Get It!, 2/2/19

    Please come to "Now I Get It!" on Saturday, February 2nd from 2:45 - 5 PM in the LMS multi-purpose room.

    This annual event is a special chance for YOU to work directly with LMS teachers to see how Montessori materials work their magic.
    LMS Teachers showing you:  Phonemics: Learning to Hear Words; Dividing with the Stamp Game; Deriving Formulas to Calculate Area; and Parallel Structure / Grammatical Repetition!
    RSVP by 1/31/19 with the names of adults attending the lessons and the names of child(ren) requiring BASP.
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