Donations of Perishable Food Items and Dry-Goods Accepted
Cereal, Low-Sodium Canned Soup and Vegetables, Beef Stew, Beef Chili, Ramen Noodles, Sugar-Free Foods, Salt & Pepper, Sugar, Dish Soap, Laundry Detergent, Shampoo, Conditioner, Paper Towels, Body Wash, Bar Soap
- Please drop off your donations at school between 10/13-10/30
- Drop-Off boxes will be located in both the Primary and Elementary Buildings
Please Fill Out Lunch Order Forms and Return by Friday, October 9th.
A Special Presentation by Guest Speaker Christie Clark, Director at Out-A-Box Parenting
Tuesday, November 5th @ 7:00 PM
Simple and immediately effective strategies as you giggle your way through a virtually stress-free home!
- Happy Mornings & Bedtimes
- Eliminate Arguing & Reduce Sibling Squabbles
- Reestablish a Respectful Home
- Raise Responsible Kids
- Have Fun Being a Parent
We Look Forward to Seeing Everyone at our Family Campus Clean-Up Day!
We will all be busy raking, weeding, trimming the grounds as well as spreading fresh pea-gravel to the playground and mulch in the gardens and play areas. There will be various other tasks such as painting and cleaning.
We encourage everyone to bring any supplies that can be of use such as rakes, weed trimmers, shovels, and wheelbarrows. Please be sure to wear work-clothes and gardening/work gloves.
By working together, we can accomplish a great deal! See you there!
Support our School with the Scholastic Book Fair!
Book Fair Hours
Monday - Wednesday
- 7:30-8:30 AM
- 10:45-11:30 AM
- 3:00-5:30 PM
- 7:30-8:30 AM
- 10:45-11:30 AM
Parents of students enrolled in programs for 2015-2016 are required to attend our parent / curriculum night for important information about the new school year.
The first week of our weekly themed summer camp begins on June 1, 2015.
Our students will enjoy a day of outdoor activites and fun led by Ms. Sarah.
Enjoy drama productions from our students on our stage. Celebrate students who will be moving up to the next level and graduating. Participate in a family picnic. A beautiful community day for our families and school friends.
Our string orchestra will perform for our entire school and the performers' families. We are very proud of our string program led by violinist, Simonne Tingley.
Join us as we celebrate our school in a friendly town parade.
Enrollment for new families begins.
School is closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
An all school event for parents to learn more about the next level of Montessori Education.
Returning families have a period to re-enroll students or enroll younger siblings during January before our February Enrollment.
School resumes for the second half of the academic year.
Montessori Academy will be closed for winter holiday break.
Our violin, viola, cello and bass students will perform for parents and the rest of our student community.
Montessori Academy will be closed for all students between November 26th through November 28th.
Our all-school pot luck dinner including a fantastic follies show starring our students.
Please join us and representatives from many of the preschools in the area on November 3rd for a Preschool Fair at Batavia Public Library. This is a casual environment where you can ask questions and explore the different types of preschool available for your child in Batavia and Geneva.
Questions about the Library's Event: 630-879-1393 ext. 500
Questions about Montessori Academy's presence at the fair: 630-879-2586