"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 nurturing environment 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".
Come join us for our Halloween Festivities on Friday, October 31st!
Please RSVP by Wednesday, Oct.29th if you or any guests plan to attend.
Due to all the activities on this day, all of our morning only friends will be dismissed at 12:00pm.
No make-up is allowed for any students on this day.
Our morning friends will come dressed in costume at 8:30am. There will be crafts and games on the playground followed by the Parade of Children in Costume!
Our Upper Elementary will present their play "Lewis and Clark" starting promptly at 12:30pm. Parents and guests should arrive at 12:15 and gather in the library. The play will last approximately 1 1/2 hours. There will be a brief reception immediately following the production.
Our Lower Elementary will begin their "Who Am I" speeches at 1:30pm. Children should bring their costumes to school and dress at school. There will be refreshments served in the lunch area immediately after their performances.
Reminder: Guests are allowed at our Halloween festivities. However, we do need to know the names of any special guests who will attend. Please contact the office with the names of your guests. Cameras are encouraged but we ask for no recording devices during the productions!
We look forward to seeing you at this special Halloween event!
Upper Elementary Class celebrates Visiting Day and World Book Day
On Tuesday, Sept. 30th, the Upper Elementary welcomed parents and guests to their class for Visiting Day. The class chose to give a presentation about "World Book Day" to their distinguished visitors.
"World Book Day" is also known as "International Day of the Book" and is traditionally celebrated on April 23rd. It is organized by the United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to promote reading, publishing and copyrights.
Each member of the Upper Elementary Class selected a favorite character from a book. Guests were invited to guess each character the students were portraying. Winners of the guessing game received a Montessori t-shirt for their prize.
Hot Lunches are here!
Hot lunches have returned to
Montessori Children's House of Hyde Park.
We will use two vendors for our optional hot lunch program.
On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, students will be able to enjoy meals from Wholesome Tummies Cafe. Click on the link here for details on how to order from their website.
On Thursdays, students will be able to enjoy delicious meals from Evos.
Your total meal orders for the month ahead
must be ordered by the last day of each month.
Click here to see details on how to order from Evos website.
IN HOUSE UNIFORM SALE
Last year's uniforms are still available in limited quantities.
Please contact Ms. Carol at email@example.com
with a list of items and sizes desired. We will let you know if
that item is available and send it home for your child to try on.
Checks and cash only please.
NEW UNIFORM INFORMATION
For the 2014-2015 school year,
We will be using Risse Brothers Uniforms on South Armenia as our uniform supplier.
The store offers a large quantity of items in stock, as well as dressing rooms for your child to try on items prior to purchasing to ensure a good fit.