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Esteemed Elders' Day Welcome

Welcome to Esteemed Elders’ Day! The benefits of being an Esteemed Elder starts with the job description: Your first responsibility—maybe your only responsibility—is to enjoy spending time with your grandchild.  You exist to share all the joys of learning, growing and discovering the world.  And (this is a big deal) at the end of the day, you can still come and go as you please.

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After Evergreen

In two fitting ways, Evergreen children are the Very Hungry Caterpillars in Eric Carle’s book. First, they are voracious. They are ravenous to learn things, to do things and to figure things out (not justhungry for fruit and junk food). Second, our children have been warmly nestled in cozy classroom cocoons—with caring teachers in a safe, nurturing place to learn.

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The Heart is the Center

Ask any Evergreen student to find her heart, and she’ll immediately put a hand to her chest. Our children seem to naturally know that the heart is the center of life and love.

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Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots

Coming to spring Enrichment: Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots! This club will build on the legacy and vision of Dr. Jane Goodall to place the power and responsibility for creating community-based solutions to big challenges in the hands of the young people. Through the program, we will focus on the playgarden and how it can be improved.

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USTA Tennis Lesson

Evergreen hosted Mr. Ronnie Ronnie Goodall from the United States Tennis Association (USTA) on Monday, February 22.  He led a fun-filled and educational Elementary PE workshop on tennis with Ms. Keri.  He introduced aspects of the USTA training guide for beginner players.  Tennis will be offered as an enrichment class this spring and an option in the summer program, too.

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Learning About Learning

One of Maria Montessori’s most fundamental contributions to the field child development was the high value she put on observing a child. She once said, “When dealing with children there is greater need for observing than of probing.” Through meticulous observation, you can better understand the child and learn how best to aid his development. She understood that rigorous observing was far superior to the kinds of standardized testing that has overrun our system of public education.

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Montessori Music and Orff

For music teacher Caitlin Garry, learning doesn’t stop for the summer (or for weekends).

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Winter Enrichment

The second session of after school enrichment has started! We are offering the following exciting and educational classes and programs to compliment our aftercare program:

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Look Who's Talking About Montessori...

People Magazine! According to People, “below, just a few of the key advantages the future king stands to gain from his Montessori education.

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Board of Trustees Retreat

Our Board of Trustees held a retreat on Saturday, January 30 to reflect on our progress since the 2014 Strategic Plan. The purpose of the Board is to support the School’s mission and ensure its long-term success.

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