Monday, November 11, 2013
Students in kindergarten, third grade, and sixth grade are in the conclusion of the three-year cycle of their respective programs and the excitement is growing for the chance to visit the next level.
Starting today, current West Side Montessori students and parents will have that opportunity to see what’s next in the Montessori curriculum.
Sixth level students will spend four afternoons in Middle School during all core curricula subjects — language arts, history, math, and science. Parents may sign up to visit during class this week and then will want to witness the presentations by Middle School and sixth level students on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 6:15 p.m. Along with the student presentations, WSM graduates and former WSM parents will share their perspectives of this two-year program.
Third level students will visit Upper Elementary (UE) on separate days — Goldfinch (Nov. 12), Bluebird (Nov. 13), and Cardinal (Nov. 14). Parents will hear about the UE program in the library prior to a guided tour of each UE classroom.
Both Toledo and Perrysburg kindergarten classes will take a "field trip" to Lower Elementary (LE) during the week. Parents will gather in the library to learn more about the LE program before a guided tour of the three LE classrooms.
If you have a student changing levels next year, you should have received an invitation to your child's next level presentation at your parent-teacher conference last week. Please contact your campus office to make your reservation and share in the excitement with your child.