Day: October 28, 2021

Teacher Spotlight – Ms. Leah

Meet Leah Mandic, a kindergarten teacher at Grace Montessori School. For the last 14 years, Leah has lived the Montessori principles in her classroom, helping every child build their independence and love of learning. She strives to empower her students and encourages individual pride when they achieve goals themselves rather

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Teacher Spotlight – Ms. Kelly

Meet Kelly Digiacinto, a primary level teacher at Grace Montessori School. Kelly graduated from Moravian College with an English degree, but she never planned to teach. When her son struggled in a public preschool, she started to explore other options that would meet his needs. A good friend mentioned that

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Tackling Dyslexia in the Classroom: Increasing Reading Skills For All

Educators have an extraordinary opportunity to make a difference in children’s lives every day. With this privileged position, Grace Montessori School teachers also have a desire and responsibility to stay up to date on the best practices for each subject. Teaching different learning styles isn’t always easy, especially when students

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Teacher Spotlight – Ms. Jessie

Ten years ago, Jessica Meyers first entered a Grace Montessori School classroom as a substitute teacher and was amazed. The classroom was designed for peaceful activity, and she had never seen a student-teacher dynamic that harmonious. Now, Jessica is an elementary-level teacher and inspired by children fulfilling their inner drive

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Welcome Toddler Parents

Introduction to our Toddler Class We are excited to accompany you on this adventure!   We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you into our community. We recognize that this can be an anxious transition for both you as parents and for the children. We are here to

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A Toddler’s First Days

Prepare for this transition by talking with your child about school Always tell your child that you are leaving Tell your child when you will be coming back at lunchtime, after naptime, after school Give your child a hug, a kiss, and a wave goodbye Be friendly and firm Do

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