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"Our mission is to direct each child towards meeting his or her own needs within a prepared environment that encourages independence, respect, and self-sufficiency.

Our goal is to create for each child within a nuturing enviroment overseen by AMI trained staff - a philosophy of learning which will enable him or her to confront higher conceptions and meet the needs of development as well as provide as education for life".

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IN HOUSE UNIFORM SALE

Last year's uniforms will be sold at our
Welcome Back Family Social this Saturday, Sept. 13  
from 10:30am to 11:30am at reduced prices. 

A limited supply is available.

Parent Education Evening

 

The Montessori Children's House of Hyde Park cordially

invites you to attend our Parent Education Evening

Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.

 

This year's first parent event will focus on "Montessori Outcomes- how do we define success?". This informative talk will help parents understand how Montessorians assess progress and show how Montessori addresses the new Common Core Standards that the Department of Education is implementing. 

 

Please R.S.V.P to (813)354-9511 or mchschool@mac.com if you plan to attend.

 

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Don't forget School Pictures are

Monday, September 16!

Bring your best smiles!

Welcome Back Family Social! 

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Join us for our 

Welcome Back Family Social! 

Saturday, September 13th 

10:30am to 11:30am at school

Bring your Family and a camera!

Parents, please watch your little ones closely as we will be in the Elementary playground area. 

In house uniforms will be on sale at a reduced price!

Calendar for the 2014- 2015 School Year

 

Click here for a .pdf file of our calendar.

New York State Education Commissioner sends daughters to Montessori

 

Updated: Thursday, August 29 2013, 10:42 AM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – New York State Education Commissioner John King does not send his daughters to public school. Instead, King has them enrolled in a private Montessori school. King addressed this placement at a news conference in Rochester Wednesday. He was asked if his decision to have his daughters attend a private school makes him the right leader to roll out the new Common Core Curriculum. “Montessori, like many non-public schools, participates in the state assessment system, but what matters is the caliber of instruction,” King said. “In many ways the Montessori school has many of the instructional practices that the Common Core emphasizes, so the focus, for example, on problem solving and mathematics that you see in the Common Core is very similar to the problem solving model you see in Montessori.”  

Read More at: http://www.13wham.com/news/features/featured/stories/nys-ed-commissioner-sends-own-kids-private-school-1030.shtml