As part of a national speaking tour, Dr. Steven Hughes, pediatric neuropsychologist, and Dr. Laura Flores Shaw, adjunct professor at John Hopkins University, will join us on Thursday, November 29th from 6:30-8:30 to share the latest research on brain development and how it relates to your child’s education. We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to engage Dr. Shaw and Dr. Hughes to come to MSD while they’re on their national tour to share this very important research with our parents. The number of spaces is limited so please click to register to ensure your spot and to learn more. Due to the fact the event will not end until after bedtime for our students, we will not be offering childcare so be sure to schedule your own childcare so that you don’t miss this event!
Tammy Squires will host Coffee with the Head at 8:30am on Thursday, October 18th in the office conference room. Join Tammy and others for this casual, candid conversation. Bring your questions or concerns! Coffees are held bi-monthly and are open to all. Space is limited, so sign up to join (click on this story to register).
Friday, September 28th is a Teacher Workday. We have a No-School camp for Early Childhood and Elementary children who have already registered.
Monday, October 1st is School Picture Day (for Early Childhood through Elementary students). Individual, Sibling and Class photos will be taken and will be available for order. Toddlers classes have a separate picture day scheduled later in the year.
Thanks for your patience this morning as the worst weather hit right as staff were arriving to school. We unfortunately will have to stay closed through Monday as we continue to have tornado warnings, flash flood warnings, and trees falling due to saturated grounds. The Durham County Police Department issued a message to stay off the roads as several cars have gotten stuck in high waters. On campus, we are working to stop water from entering buildings so that we can open on time tomorrow. The Parent-Education night scheduled for tonight will also be canceled. We will reschedule that event and will be in touch to register for childcare.
We are excited to announce that we have changed our school name to Montessori School of Durham. The school has been educating students since 1977 and has become much more than a "Children's House" (which describes a program for children 3-6 years old) since 1982 when the school's Elementary program began. In 2007, the school’s Toddler program began. Montessori School of Durham ignites passion and curiosity for lifelong learning in students 18 months through 6th grade.
Explore the exciting After School Enrichment Class offerings and register by September 11th.