By Jessica Daqamsseh, Toddler After School Care
When the leaves began changing and covering our campus in a rustic rainbow of reds, oranges, purples, and browns, the children excitedly explored each treasure left on our playground. Their faces lit up as they uncovered new colors and shapes which they eagerly shared with our Toddler Late Day community.
By Jeff Kispaugh, Upper Elementary Teacher
Did you write a year-long research paper in elementary school? I don’t know about you, but I didn’t even write a year-long paper in high school.
By Al Daniel
Audrey Howarth ’07 — the eldest of eight Montessori Community School alumni who make a downstate North Carolina farm their common Thanksgiving destination — cannot pinpoint the dawn of the ritual.
By Insaf Abdulla, Primary Teacher
Stepping off the plane from Kuwait to the United State during the first Gulf war, my then-husband and I viewed America with all the feeling one might expect as immigrants to a new land. What did our future hold? What would we do for work?
By Catherine Swanson, Lower Elementary Teacher
We are so fortunate to have full kitchens in the classrooms, and ours is getting plenty of good use. This year Thursday is cooking day, and I love hearing the squeals of joy as the young chefs wash their hands, preparing for the fun ahead.
By Adam Miller, Primary Teacher
I suppose the answer to this question depends on who you ask. I have been teaching at Montessori Community School for the past fifteen years, and this query has been brought up by parents and colleagues each year. I have additional questions that come to mind.
By Don Henchel, Upper Elementary Teacher
Many many years ago in the 1980s when I was younger than all the parents in my Children’s House (aka PRIMARY) classroom, I had my first, and maybe best lesson in being patient.
By Kelli Bee, Sustainability, Micro-economy and Math Specialist
Additionally, I argue that fertile soil is a source of life for us all. Good soil means good produce. Good produce means good food. Good food means healthy people! And healthy people can better contribute their best to our global family.
By Al Daniel
Her Greater Boston campus at Tufts University is a short commute from Cheers. (Yes, there really is such a bar and restaurant, located less than an hour away from Tufts by subway and a half-hour by car.)
By Al Daniel
Upon sending their daughter, Alma Chandrasurin, to her first day at the Montessori Community School, Carrie Beason and Nic Chandrasurin did not make much of their milestone. They just made an old-fashioned memory.