March Newsletter

 

 

                                                           March, 2018

 

 

 

 

Dear Parents,

March is here! Bring on Spring!!!

Calendar Dates:

March 1 Mom’s Coffee – Hunt Ridge Montessori School gym 9:00am
March 8 Pajama Day!!!
March 9 Professional Day – no school
March 11 Daylight Saving Time – spring forward!
March 15 *Montessori Matters – The Math Curriculum 9:15am
March 15 Bowling for the Extended Day children
March 21 ** Parent Observation-NEW DATE – 3&4 year olds 9:00-10:30am 5’s – 1:00-2:30pm
March 27 Barbara Callahan – Parenting Session- Creativity & Cooperation…The Joy it Brings!

April 2-6 Conferences

 

MOM’s COFFEE – March 1 9:00am

Pajama Day – March 8
Our favorite day of the year …Pajama Day!
What could be more comfy than Pajama Day!!! Please allow your child to wear clean pajamas to school for this day. If you want to send slippers along, they may wear them inside. 

Professional Day – March 9
March 9th is our Professional Day. There will be no school on this day. Enjoy! 

*Montessori Matters * – The Math Curriculum March 15 at 9:00am
Please join us to learn how we approach the Math curriculum with each individual child. Learning to recognize and work with numbers is great fun! This is a wonderful foundation that your child will use forever! We certainly hope that you will join us! 

*Parent Observation – March 21 NEW CALENDAR DATE
What a wonderful opportunity for you and your child to enjoy their classroom! You child who is enrolled in the class will be thrilled to show you all that he/she has been working on this semester. We certainly hope that you will join us! Please mark your calendar for Thursday, March 21st for Parent Observation.
March 21 (Thursday) Parents of 3 and 4 year old children 9:00-10:30am
March 21 (Thursday) Parents of Extended Day students 1:00-2:30pm

Barbara Callahan – March 27 – 9:00am
Barbara Callahan will be hosting our next Parenting Series entitled: “ Creativity & Cooperation – The Joy it Brings to our Family!”

Re-Enrollment
Our Re-enrollment is now complete. I thank each family who has shared their child with us and has developed an understanding of how special a Montessori education is for their child. Our hope is that through this three year journey, each child will be curious, patient and confident in their abilities to discover the world and build lasting relationships with those they entrust. If you have any questions with the placement of your child for next year, please ask. We are here for you and your child.

Looking Ahead …………

Conferences: April 2-6
Spring Vacation: April 9-13
Food Drive – April 16-20
Each class will be collecting food for The Connecticut Food Bank. Please help us teach our children about giving back to our community while helping to feed those in need. The following is a list of the goods that we will be collecting. Please help where you are able.

Rachel’s Class: Pasta, Rice and Spaghetti Sauce
Suzy’s Class: Pancake Mix, Syrup and Cooking oil
Christine’s Class: Cereal, Oatmeal and Powdered Milk
Kate’s Class: Canned Soup, Peanut Butter and Jelly
Thank You! Your contribution will make a big difference in this time of need.

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant.”
-Robert Louis Stevenson