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2018-19 Parent Handbook

The 2018-19 Parent Handbook has been updated. The new version can be found below. 2018-19 Parent Handbook

2019 Spring Lunch Bunch Forms

Lunch Bunch forms for the 2019 spring semester are now available HERE. Please submit the completed forms along with payment to the front office. Lunch Bunch is not available to any toddler students. Also, Lunch Bunch is not available to primary students who leave at 11:45 a.m. If you have any questions, please feel free to...

2019 Spring After School Activities

The forms for the 2019 Spring After School Activities are now available, HERE. All forms can be submitted starting on December 10 starting at 7:30 a.m. in the front office. Please make sure forms and payment are made in full at the time of registering in order to reserve a place for your child. We will contact...

Helping others has Pirated Amaresh’s heart

Helping others has Pirated Amaresh’s heart by Al Daniel Sneha Amaresh ’13 might hesitate to dance in front of acquaintances. With that said, when you want to coax her, it helps to let her know when a meaningful stake is in it for others. And so here she is, a sophomore at East Carolina University...

Annual Fund

Annual Fund Give, give, give. It seems that’s all you ever from hear from the Development Office. But listen again; Give Wonder. Give Excitement. Give Adventure. Delight. Amazement. Beauty. Joy. I could go on, but you get the idea. Our amazing school already provides so much wonder, excitement, adventure, etc. that it is sometimes hard...

After Scaling Cliff Bradshaw, Musical Actor Knows What He Wants

After Scaling Cliff Bradshaw, Musical Actor Knows What He Wants by Al Daniel   The 1930s have proved a prosperous decade for Ben Richardson-Piche ’14, even though he was barely alive in the 20th century. A lifelong Durham-area resident now going north to Kent State University’s musical theatre program, Richardson-Piche cites period pieces as his...

Raising Anti-Racist Children

Please join us on Monday, November 12, from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in the Spark Center for a parent and educator event with Ronda Taylor Bullock, Ph.D. Dr. Bullock is the Director of we are (working to extend anti-racist education) from Duke’s Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity. Dr. Bullock is a researcher who...

Annual Fund

Annual Fund So now. About Dave’s hair. Dave DeHarde, our Assistant Head of School for Operations and Facilities, knows first-hand what a difference our Annual Fund dollars can make. Not that all of our gifts go to facilities and maintenance – quite the opposite. Much of what we as parents and grandparents give to the...

A Chapel Hill Ballerina’s Great Leap Forward to Chicago

A Chapel Hill Ballerina’s Great Leap Forward to Chicago By Al Daniel “Bravery and freedom” defined a revolutionary year in Greta Abbey’s lifelong dream of a career in ballet. The two wholesome values are also her words for how one of her Lower Elementary teachers at the Montessori Community School influenced her approach to creativity...

Silent Journey and Discovery

Silent Journey and Discovery The journey begins on Saturday, November 10, from 9:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Please join the MCS faculty for a profound and unique parent education event, The Silent Journey and Discovery. You are invited to take a trip through the Montessori world from age 18 months to 14 years. On this...