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Loved and Known

At Evergreen, the relationship between teacher and child is at the heart of a learning. A teacher who knows her students deeply also knows when to encourage them, when to push, and when to hug.

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Why Montessori?

The Montessori approach to educating children is based on what we understand about children’s cognitive, neurological, and emotional development as shown to us through years of research.  Some of the key aspects of our program include:

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Why Evergreen?

Here are just a few reasons: The most distinguishing characteristic of Evergreen School is the quality and expertise of our faculty.  Our teachers are committed to the Montessori philosophy of education.  As such, their strongly held beliefs in the capability and dignity of each child lead to a learning community based on respect.  It is an environment characterized by collaboration, kindness and a strong sense of mission and purpose.

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Alumni Picnic

Evergreen celebrated it’s annual alumni picnic on Sunday, October 16.  Thanks to our 72 past parents and students for coming to enjoy the Playgarden and touring the new music room.  We are grateful to Ronda Kent for organizing the event!

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Elementary Morning Mingle

Parents are invited into the Elementary classroom each month to mingle, do partner work with their child, and chat with teachers.  This month, parents and children read holiday stories, identified leaves, worked on long division problems and worked on writing projects.

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Our Teachers

Our teachers: The most distinguishing characteristic of our school is the quality and expertise of our faculty.  Their strongly held beliefs in the capability and dignity of each child lead to classroom communities based on respect, kindness and a sense of purpose and love.

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2016 Reading Buddies

Primary students and Elementary students read together each week as “Reading Buddies.” It’s one way older children are mentors and younger children get role models to emulate. This collaborate learning experience gives children the chance to practice emerging reading skills and helps make connections between the Primary and Elementary classes. Older children practice their mentoring skills and develop a better ability to encourage, empathize and support… and they can show off their reading...

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Science for Everyone!

Evergreen hosted an award-winning Science for Everyone assembly with Michael Green.  We were all amazed to see principles of inertia, conductivity, vibration frequency, absorbency in action.  Yes, he made a pickle glow!

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Evergreen Celebrates Thanksgiving

As we approach the uniquely American holiday of Thanksgiving, I encourage all of our families and teachers to keep in mind the many blessings we enjoy within our Evergreen community.  Our shared commitment to respectful behavior, our appreciation of diversity, and our promise to know and care for all children creates the kind of sanctuary that we believe every child needs and deserves.

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Exploring the Art of Eric Carle

Children explored the art of collage and created an assortment of creative creatures!

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