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APPLICATIONS FOR 22-23 SCHOOL YEAR ARE DUE ON JANUARY 31, 2022.

A Montessori School for Children Age 2 to Grade 3

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Summer 2022 Registration is Open!

 


Registration for Summer 2022 is OPEN!

June 21 to August 19, 2022

 

We can't wait for summer!

Children will love our exciting, creative and educational programs led by Evergreen staff and qualified early-childhood teachers. They'll experience the joys of exploring the physical world through science, arts, crafts and outdoor studies. We'll have special guest presentations including animal encounters, magic shows and more.

Most of all, programs will reflect Evergreen School philosophy of student-centered learning in a safe and caring environment.  

Space is limited so register today.

Questions? Contact Evergreen Summer now at [email protected]

 

2022 Programs:

Montessori Summer (ages 3-6)

Session 1 (5 weeks)

June 21- July 22 (no camp Monday, July 4)
Camp Fee: $3,000
Eday Fee: $400

Session 2 (4 weeks)

July 25 - August 19
Camp Fee: $2,400
Eday Fee: $320

Hours: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Extened Day (Eday) Hours: 3:00-4:30 PM

Group Size: 18 children

This program strengthens the skills that children developed during the academic year and acquaints incoming students with the Montessori classroom. Under the guidance of an experienced Montessori teacher, children learn by making their own personal discoveries. Concentration, motivation, self-discipline and love of learning are ecouraged and enhanced. Students will also enjoy many camp activities like water play once a week, and in-house field trips from many entertaining and educational presenters throughout the summer.

Sprouts (ages 4-5)

Session 1 (5 weeks)

June 21- July 22 (no camp Monday, July 4)
Camp Fee: $1,917
Eday Fee: $400

Session 2 (4 weeks)

July 25 - August 19
Camp Fee: $1,534
Eday Fee: $320

Hours: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Extened Day (Eday) Hours: 3:00-4:30 PM

Group Size: 18 children

Sprouts participate in theme-based games, crafts, cooking and art projects under the supervision of expereinced Evergreen camp counselors. 

Themes may include: Mammals such as Camels, Costume-mania, Nice Ice, Tempest in a Tea Cup, Paper Making, Blender Magic, Secret Agent, Teddy Bear Bridgade, Time Travel, Glitter-mania, and more.

Specialty Camps: Art, Cooking, and Science (ages 6-9)

Session 1 (5 weeks)

June 21- July 22 (no camp Monday, July 4)
Camp Fee: $2,103
Eday Fee: $400

Session 2 (4 weeks)

July 25 - August 19
Camp Fee: $1,683
Eday Fee: $320

Hours: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Extened Day (Eday) Hours: 3:00-4:30 PM

Group Size: 18 children

Practice your cooking skills, create one-of-a-kind paintings and sculpture, explore electricity, rocketry and more. Our specialty camps are led by experienced Evergreen counselors.

Themes may include: Slime & S'Mores, Self Portraits, Beasty Yeasty, Rainbows & Raindrops, Aminalia, Ooey & Gooey, Monster Mash, Kalidescopes, Honey Thyme, Rad Rocket, Colorific, and more

Meet the Counselors

Meet our Counselors last summer!

Tobi Adegbokun

Cooking and Science Teacher - Ms. Tobi is a graduate of University of Maryland Baltimore Campus where she majored in psychology. In addition she has experience working with children at Kids After Hours in Bethesda and as a nanny for many years. Her favorite outdoor hobbies are going hiking with friends and family. Other interests include swimming, cooking, baking and reading!

Emily Norris

Art Teacher – Ms. Emily is beginning her first year at Evergreen School as an Assistant Teacher. Emily holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Towson University. She taught our art summer program for the past two years. 

Josephine Foly

Acorns Lead Teacher

 

David Quinteros

Sprouts Lead Teacher - Mr. David has an associates degree from Montgomery College in elementary education and is currently in progress to graduate from Towson University with his Bachelor’s degree in elementary education as well. Mr. David has been with Evergreen since the summer of 2019 and has worked around the school as a substitute, soccer teacher, and e-day staff. Before that Mr.David worked at Global Children’s Center at Highland elementary school for a few years. Some interests include, sports, reading, and science.

Mirna Guandique-Alvarez  

Sprouts Lead Teacher

Wendie Marsh

Montessori Summer Teacher - Mrs. Marsh is beginning her first year at Evergreen School. She has extensive experience as a Director, Assistant Head, Director of Education, Summer Camp Director and teacher at Montessori schools in the Greater Washington area. Mrs. Marsh holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Art of Teaching from Trinity College. She holds a Montessori teaching credential in Primary, Elementary I and Elementary II from the Institute for Advanced Montessori

Roxana Berrios

Primary Assistant Teacher — Ms. Roxana is beginning her seventh year at Evergreen School. Originally from El Salvador, she recently became an American citizen! Prior to beginning at Evergreen, she was a teacher assistant in the Montgomery County Public School system. In addition, she has worked with children at her church for more than 10 years as well as serving as a nanny for various children with whom she is still in contact today!

Elizabeth Hannan

Toddler Lead Teacher – Ms. Hannan is beginning her first year at Evergreen School. Ms. Hannan comes to Evergreen with 15 years of Montessori Toddler experience including lead teaching at Franklin Montessori School and Reston Montessori School.  She received her Associate of Arts from Northern Virginia Community College and her Infant and Toddler Montessori credential from the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies at Barrie School. 

Lynn Lyles

Toddler Assistant Teacher—Ms. Lyles, beginning her twelfth year with Evergreen School, has 5 years of experience as a teaching assistant with children ranging in age from infants to 5 years old.  She has her 90-hour Child Care Certificate and an assortment of other classes related to child care.

Enrollment Policies

Fees & Deadlines 

There is a one-time, non-refundable deposit fee of $300 per child, per session. This amount is applied to the total cost of camp tuition. Payment in full is due on April 1, 2022. Payments not received by April 1, 2022 may result in the loss of your deposit and reservation. For current Evergreen families, account balances can be paid through families' FACTS accounts through March to May 2022.

Summer & Eday fees are non-refundable after May 1, 2022.

Tuition and fees are not refundable for days missed.

Each camper's Health and Safety forms must be complete by May 1. See the FAQs and Forms tab to download copies. 

FAQs, Forms and Extended Day

Extended Day (Eday): Summer Extended Day (Eday) is available from 3:00 - 4:30 PM. Eday pick up time is from 4:15 - 4:30 PM.

Staff Qualifications: The quality, experience and enthusiasm of our counselors makes us special. Lead counselors have experience as teachers and educators. Our staff is first aid and CPR certified and has anaphylaxis and asthma training as well as all required FBI and CPS background checks.

Health and Safety: Evergreen Summer follows the COVID Health and Safety Protocols of Evergreen School.

Lunch and Snacks: Our program is nut free. Children should bring a snack and lunch each day. Refrigeration is not provided. 

Safety: Each classroom has a phone and a PA system. We practice fire drills in the summer as well. Our counselors take cell phones, first aid, and emergency information whenever they leave the building.

Toileting: Campers must be fully toilet independent.

Forms: The following Health and Safety forms must be completed for every camper by May 1, 2022 or at the time of enrollment. Please email completed forms to [email protected].