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Toddler Program

Toddler Program (18mo - 3yr)

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Available Schedules

The Toddler classroom offers a wide range of attendance options. Our morning session begins at 9am through noon and the Extended day/Lunch & nap session takes place from 12pm to 3:30pm. 

Before School Care is available beginning at 7am and After School Care is from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.



The Toddler program provides the child all the tools necessary to become independent and develop an "I can do it myself" attitude.

Our curriculum's main focus is developing proper social interactions, practical life skills, and language acquisition.

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A Typical Day...

The program begins each day with outdoor recess, in order to serve a toddler's high-energy needs.

Recess is followed by a short circle time, snack and a one hour work cycle.

A toddler's afternoon consists of lunch and nap time.

Primary Program

Primary Program (3yr - 6yr, inc Kindergarten)

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Available Schedules

The primary classroom offers a variety of programs.

Both, half day and full day options are available, from two to five days per week.

The half day program operates from 9am to 12pm.

Extended day includes lunch, from 12pm to 3:30pm. 

Kindergartners attend a full day program in order to better prepare them for the years ahead.

Before School Care is available beginning at 7am and After School Care is from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.

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The Montessori curriculum is highly individualized. Most lessons are given one-on-one, taking into account each child's current level of development, and learning style.

Lessons are given in each of the following five areas: Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, and Science and Culture.

Small group lessons are also given when appropriate.

The child's Kindergarten or third year is a culmination of the lessons introduced during the first two years in the classroom. Upon completion of the Primary program, children will leave having become proficient readers and writers, with an extraordinary ability to problem solve, and think critically.

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A Typical Day..

The Montessori classroom prides itself on providing a highly structured and consistent environment. Upon entering the classroom, each child is greeted with a smile, a handshake and "good morning".

The class will have a small meeting, or circle time, immediately followed by morning work cycle.

At mid day the children spend time outside playing, running, and tending to the school's garden and fruit trees.

The afternoon session consists of the children's favorite social time, lunch, followed by nap or a second work cycle.

A kindergartner's day consists of two work cycles

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