Join us for a scoop-full of fun with ice cream sundaes, fun games, and fellow West Side Montessori families on Sunday, Sept. 18, at this year’s Sweet September Sundae. The event is from 2-4:30 p.m. on the Toledo campus at 7115 W. Bancroft.

This annual fall tradition provides all WSM families and friends a chance to get re-acquainted following summer vacation, catch-up with alumni, and welcome new families to our community. Free ice cream sundaes are available for everyone!

Sweet September Sundae is a success each year because of its dedicated volunteers! Sign-up for your time slot to help out at the welcome table, serve ice cream, set up, and clean up. One hour of your time helps to make this annual event as great as always! Click here to sign-up TODAY!

Join other West Side families for a day of swimming

and fun at Sylvania Country Club.

RSVP by August 18.



Montessori education allows children to learn using materials that foster independence, confidence and critical thinking. Check out the joyous reaction one of our 3-year old students experienced after completing his math work!

The Acorn to Oak class is an eight-week parent-child program designed for infants and toddlers who are not enrolled in a Montessori program.

This program provides an opportunity for the adult to interact with the child as the teacher guides them through the child-directed process of learning.  Children learn through hands-on experiences and the adults have a group discussion to learn about their children’s development and ask questions while the children have a supervised group snack.  In addition to providing developmentally appropriate materials and positive social skills, grace and courtesy are modeled by the adults. Class may also include a group circle time with music and movement.  Spaces are limited, register today!


Supply lists, a detailed calendar, and school forms are available by using your Parent Login and clicking on the Family Access Module tab. Classroom assignments and family meeting times will be mailed August 10 to enrolled families.

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