The Board of Trustees at St. Croix Montessori have been supporting the growth of our nonprofit independent school and the development of a learning culture at all levels of our organization.
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.
Join us in a celebration of gratitude!
Celebrating our friendship with Puerto Rico and learning about Hispanic Heritage Month.
Montessori Learning At Home! We have an opportunity to earn FREE Quality Materials for St. Croix Montessori School simply by ordering from the For Small Hands catalog. This year our school will be participating in the For Small Hands School Credit Promotion by placing a Group Order. This […]
Our school participated in the Annual Farm Animal Frenzy Agricultural Fair Competition. The children had to create an animal structure using their choice of recycled, reduced, reused or repurposed (RRRR) hurricane debris, which illustrated this year’s Fair theme. The children chose to create a llama
Get inspired, be creative, and have fun learning! St. Croix Montessori 2018 Summer Enrichment registration is now open!
A touch of something inspirational after months of hurricane disaster recovery. Over 5 days, volunteers came together to construct a new playground for St. Croix Montessori. Thanks to PlaybyDesign and sponsors, this idea became reality!
We Are Almost There! First School In Caribbean To Do This! An enormous thank you goes out to our playground project lead Christina McPherson and her playground committee members, Cassandra King, Gigi Evora, and Jessie Huddleston. We are 6 days out from our volunteer build and there is […]
The Roseway, an educational schooner, which is a part of the World Ocean School, travels to St. Croix every winter. It is back on St. Croix and 24 elementary children, 4 parent chaperones, the elementary teacher and her assistant were excited to board on January 24th, 2018. Our students were able to support this non-profit educational vessel due to supporters of our Hurricane Relief Fund.