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Monroe Montessori School

733 Village Way
Monroe, WA 98272

Office 360.794.4622

Classroom direct line
360.794.0827

C1: *18 Henderson
C3: *20 Reeves/Kisela
B1: *15 Gleaves
B2: *16 Harvill/Dean
B3: *17 Wright
A1: *12 Buchan
A2: *13 Ext. Care
A3: *21 Heineman
A4: *14 King

office@monroemontessori.com

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Now Enrolling For 2014-15 school yr., call today for a tour or information
Elem. Spelling Bee Friday, April 4th  Parents welcome!
Noon dismissal April 4th for Spring Break
Clubhouse Care Available Spring Break! (7:30-5:30 daily)

Coming Up

4/3 OsoStrong Coin Drive Fundraiser to honor first responders in Fire District 68.  See the office if you would like to purchase a hope and solidarity wrist band.
4/4 Elementary Spelling Bee, parents welcome
4/4 Noon dismissal for Spring Break: 4/7 - 4/11
4/7 Clubhouse Care 7:30-5:30 Monday-Friday during Spring Break.  Advance sign up required
4/22 Marionette Assembly
4/28 Curriculum Day, Clubhouse Care available with advance sign up.
4/29 Summer classes sign up begins for toddler program and preschool-2nd grade.
5/1 May Day - Europe Cultural Celebration Day
5/5 Start of Teacher Appreciation Week - look for details in an email on how you can support our awesome staff!
5/7 Spring Concert - all school production under the direction of Mrs. Logan as we celebrate our study of Europe
5/15 All school field trip: Science Center K-6, Children's Museum preschool  Commercial buses: load at 8:25, back by 2:00-2:15.  First stop for all students is the Westlake Mall where we catch the monorail to the Seattle Center.  Elementary students & chaperones are going to the Science Center.  Preschool students and chaperones are going to the Children's Museum.  After lunch we meet at the EMP circular drive to catch the bus back to school.  Parents are encouraged to come.
5/20 Overnight at the Lighthouse 5/20-5/22: Upper Elem.
5/22 Noon dismissal for Memorial Day Weekend  5/23-5/26
5/29 Reptile Man Assembly with Scott Peterson
6/2 School Spirit Week
6/3 Phillip & Henry Magic Show: all school assembly
6/6 Lower elementary field trip: Flowing Lake Hike
6/11 Bike Rodeo/ride - elementary classes
6/12 Report Cards/Year end reports come home
6/13 Noon dismissal: Yr. end picnic at Sky River Park.  Pizza/Potluck 
6/16 Start of Summer classes for preschool - 2nd grade.  Continuation of Toddler classes
6/30 No school week of 4th of July: 6/30 -7/4
7/7 Summer classes resume
   
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3/22 School Auction Snohomish Event Center.  Childcare  available at school with advance sign up.  (See PBC page for additional information)
3/25 Recycling Assembly K-6
3/26 Last day for early bird Clubhouse Care sign up, Spring Break Week.
2/3 Registration for 2014-15 school year begins for families new to Montessori.
2/10 Parent-Teacher conferences 2/10-2/13.  Noon dismissal.  Early release care available.
2/12 Valentine's Party
2/13 President's Weekend  2/13 - 2/17
2/27 Science Fair exhibit day.  Parents welcome!
1/6 School resumes
1/9 Field trip Upper Elem.  Sound Bridge at Benaroya Hall
1/17 Shake Rattle Roll family outing for preschool -kindergarten students and their families.  Details to be announced.
1/20 M. L. King Jr. Day, No School, Clubhouse Care available with advance sign up
1/21 Re-registration begins for current families

 

 

Enrollment Information

Registration forms are available on-line or by visiting the office.  For families new to Montessori we encourage you to read the information on this website and then come visit us.  You and your child are welcome to tour the different classrooms and meet the teachers Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at 3:45 during the regular school year.  Registration for the 2014-15 school year begins the first week of February.

2014-15 Registration Information

Extended Care Information

Full Time and Extended Care
We offer a high quality program for families needing Full Time Care for children ages 18 months-6 years.

For currently enrolled students, Extended Care is available before school from 7:00-8:30 and after school from 3:30-6:00 Monday through Friday. Space is limited. Details

Volunteer Opportunities
During the year there are a number of ways to meet the 15 hour per family volunteer requirement. Most parents enjoy working in the classroom. Once you attend a Volunteer Orientation Class and have a background screening you may sign up to work in a classroom. Volunteer hours are also available for coming to Parent Education Nights, Parenting Skill Update classes, becoming an Art Docent, helping with a fund raiser or a school service project. For parents unable to assist in the class, ask your child's teacher for ideas on take home or school grounds maintenance projects. Volunteer hours are recorded on a special sheet and located near the classroom door. Once you have fulfilled the volunteer requirement you are encouraged to continue assisting in your child's classroom but no longer need to record your time.   Typical volunteer jobs

We are looking for a volunteer to offer cooking classes to parents. Interested? You would be responsible for organizing your program, creating flyers for the class you would like to offer and then signing up parents. Interested?

Enrichment Class Wish List
After school elementary age program.

Looking for a parent to teach:
1. Beginning yoga or tai chi class for kids- 3:30-4:30 on Wednesdays.
2. Geocaching in the neighborhood - parent willing to teach students about this new sport.
 3. Mind Storms - parent willing to teach about robotics using the school's Lego Mind Storm system.
4. Origami Class - a fun way to learn the ancient Japanese art of paper folding.
5. Jump rope drill team or unicycle drill team
6. Astronomy Class - beginning class on the use of a telescope and finding specific stars in the sky.
7. After school drama class
9. Swim Team
10. Rocketry

Let Mrs. Heineman know if you would like to put together any of the above programs to offer our students. If you have the talent we can help you get off to a smooth start. Instructor fees based on class size.