Pete the Cat – the Musical

The Montessori House Social Committee invites your family to join us for an afternoon of children's theatre on Sat. Feb. 3rd! We have 28 discounted seats for "Pete the Cat - the Musical" reserved --  RSVP and drop your payment ASAP  to get yours!! (deadline: by Friday Dec. 1st) WHAT: Play: Oregon Children's Theatre's "Pete the Cat - the Musical" -  see … Continue reading Pete the Cat – the Musical

Trash for Peace – October 27!

Hello Primary Families! We are thankful that Brigitte Robinson (Lulu's mom) connected us with Laura Kutner of Trash for Peace. Laura will be visiting our Community Connections Art class next Friday to guide us through building a recycle bin out of plastic bottles. To see more about what this non-profit organization does, check out their website: When … Continue reading Trash for Peace – October 27!

Hands-On Language with Kate Simer

Learn Spanish while using your imagination and having fun!  Inspired by TPR, James J. Asher’s methodology of fusing movement with language, this dynamic program encourages a relaxed and joyful mood while learning Spanish. Each class is based on a specific theme and new words are practiced with hands-on arts+crafts projects, games, songs and stories. Registration is open for … Continue reading Hands-On Language with Kate Simer

Circus class with Marina Karadjieva

Dear Parents, The new session for Circus class starts on April 12th! Enter the virtuosic world of clowning, tumbling, acrobatics, storytelling, object manipulation and partner balancing acts. Throughout this fun and exciting workshop series we will work on developing motor and coordination skills, kinesthetic awareness, basic tumbling, creative movement and games as we bravely enter … Continue reading Circus class with Marina Karadjieva

Music class with Julia

Julia McGarrity, our Music teacher at The Nest (Toddler program) will now be giving fun Music classes to our Preschool students, too. Our program, "Beginning Music" is an immersion class into listening, singing, and movement. Students will learn to understand music through voice, guitar, piano, and strings. We will be dancing, learning to move with beat, and exploring the basic comparatives of music (such as dynamics, and tempo). The underlying goal is to create … Continue reading Music class with Julia