The Montessori Decalogue serves as a reminder to all adults of the expectations for the care of children at St. Croix Montessori.
The holiday season brings with it the opportunity to shine a spotlight on lessons in kindness, empathy, and honesty. The Making Caring Common project shares some practical suggestions for how to embed acts of generosity and kindness in daily life.
Parenting Practice from Kathryn Kvol, INCAF, “A Character Building Riddle to Ask Your Family at Dinner Tonight”
NOW ENROLLING Ages 2-1/2 to 3 years old Open houses and observations are ways for parents to get to know about the types of programs that we offer. We are inviting you to experience our wonderful campus and learn about the Primary Program (begins at age 2 1/2) on February […]
Tuesday, May 9: From Primary to Elementary, Multi-Age Learning Communities 6PM-7:30PM When we provide children a multi-age community, they learn from each other as well as from the Guide. This approach is designed to increase independence, concentration, curiosity, and self-responsibility. It is one of the crucial aspects that […]
An open house at St. Croix Montessori is an opportunity for us to invite family, friends, and other members of our community to visit our school and learn more about Montessori education. Please join us on Saturday, March 4th beginning at 1pm at our campus in Estate Orange […]
OBSERVATIONS As fall Parent Teacher Conferences quickly approach (Tuesday, November 1st), we encourage you to observe your child in the classroom before or soon after attending your parent-teacher conference. We invite you to schedule an observation between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. to see your child participating in […]
Roughly every other month, St. Croix Montessori teachers open their classrooms to families for a chance to walk around and learn what their child has been doing. The Teacher Chats are a casual, relaxed conversation – speak one-on-one with a teacher or as a group of parents. Allow your […]
The Purpose of Parent Education The secret to a satisfying and great Montessori experience comes from the relationship built between school, family, and community. The Parent Education series are conversations focused on supporting parents during each stage of their child’s development, as well as a time to gather […]
For the first time, everyone in the St. Croix Montessori community was invited to participate in our annual strategic planning process. On Saturday, January 23rd 2016 from 12:30 to 3:30pm, we held a lively dialogue among the Board members, Head of School, faculty, and families to evaluate the strengths, opportunities, and […]