Bridgeview Montessori School Open House
Bridgeview Montessori School to Hold Tuesday Tea Information Session for Prospective Families on April 9, 2019.
On Tuesday, April 9 between 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm, Bridgeview Montessori School will hold a Tuesday Tea Information Session for families interested in learning about a Montessori education for children ages 2.9 through 6th grade. Located at 885 Sandwich Road in Sagamore, the school will welcome families to explore the three programs that cater to each plane of development that Maria Montessori conceived of when she developed her pedagogy over 100 years ago. As is customary in a Montessori school, Bridgeview has a Children’s House serving students ages 2.9 to 6, an Elementary I serving students 6 to 9, and Elementary II serving students 9 to 12.
The Tuesday Tea Information Session held on April 9 will include presentations in each of the three programs, Children’s House, Elementary I and Elementary II, to demonstrate how Montessori is unique. Parents and caregiveres who choose to bring their children will be encouraged to observe them as they engage with the work and the environment. Suzanne Lawson, Director of Admissions, explains, “We think it is important for parents to know their school choices. All schools are not created equal and not all Montessori programs are the same. More than ever before, parents are actively invested in finding the just-right-choice school for their children. Our information sessions as well as visits during the school day are key for today’s discriminating and careful parents.” Additional visit dates as well as more information can be found by visiting www.bridgeviewmontessori.org.
To learn more about the school check out the Cape Kids Cast Interview with Suzanne Lawson and one of their students!
Check out an Open House for Nature Preschool Explorers on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 10-11am! This is a FREE family event and no registration is required.
We are in our second year of connecting children to the wonder of the great outdoors! Mass Audubon Long Pasture's Nature Preschool Explorers is a supplemental drop-off enrichment program for 3-5 year olds. This nature-based program uses the sanctuary's habitats as our outdoor classroom. The 2019-20 program runs weekly from mid-September to mid-June for a total of 36 weeks. Parents and caregivers can choose from either Tuesday morning or Wednesday morning sessions.
For more information please go to:
Mass Audubon’s Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary
345 Bone Hill Rd.
Barnstable, MA 02637
Open House for New Nature Preschool Explorers Program
Saturday, May 12
Join Long Pasture's education staff to hear more about our new drop-off enrichment program for preschoolers!
No registration is necessary to attend the Open House. Families welcome! We hope to see you there.
About the Program
Nature Preschool Explorers is a drop-off enrichment program for children ages 3-5 that begins this fall. We'll spend most of our time exploring the sanctuary's outdoor "classrooms"—including forests, tidal flats, ponds, and our new nature playground.
Running from mid-September to mid-June, the program will meet once a week for 36 weeks. Parents can choose from one of three sessions offered—Tuesday mornings, Wednesday mornings, or Wednesday afternoons. Read More
Two Very Special Open House Events to Highlight our Celebration of Student Art
Tuesday Afternoon Information Session
May 15, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
May 16, drop in between 9:15 am to 11 am
or schedule for another day!
885 Sandwich Road | Sagamore www.bridgeviewmontessori.org Director of Admissions: Suzanne Lawson firstname.lastname@example.org | 508.888.3567 ~ serving students 2.9 to 12 years old ~
WALDORF SCHOOL PUMPKIN FESTIVAL & OPEN HOUSE
The Waldorf School of Cape Cod, located at 140 Old Oyster Rd in Cotuit, will hold their first annual Pumpkin Festival and Open House on Sunday October 29th from 1:00pm - 4:00pm. All are welcome to attend.
The open house will feature pumpkins for sale, a pumpkin carving activity room, a seasonal craft, henna tattoos, and interactive demonstrations for children of all ages. There will be pies for sale from local bakeries and pumpkin soup will be available for lunch.
Faculty members and staff will be available to give school tours and classrooms will be open for viewing to learn more about the Waldorf teaching method and why it is beneficial to children on Cape Cod.
The first Waldorf School was founded in Germany in 1919, and Waldorf education is the fastest growing independent, non-sectarian school movement in the world with almost 1,200 schools in more than 50 countries.
The Waldorf School of Cape Cod is celebrating its 33rd year on Cape Cod. The school is located on a beautiful 13.5 acre property surrounded by woods. Further information about the school and this event is available by calling the school at 508-420-1005 or by visiting the school’s comprehensive web site at www.waldorfschoolofcapecod.org.
Saturday, January 30,2016
50 Osterville West Barnstable Rd, Osterville, Massachusetts 02655
(Space is limited! Please register here)
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All families are invited to discover CCA's exceptional Pre-K through Grade 12 programs.
Meet faculty, students and Head of School Tom Trigg, explore the school with one of our Blue Key Tour Guides, and attend a class
Schedule of events:
8:30-10:30: Grades 6-12. Exam and Information Session
8:30-9:30: Scholarship Exam for new students
10-11:30: Pre-K through 5 Information Session
Cape Cod Moms is currently collecting information from the community on schools in order to create a central school directory for Cape Cod parents to access. Please feel free to submit any type of school including home school groups (if you submit a home school group we just need a point of contact for parents to reach out to if they are interested in getting information). We are also collecting information on Open Houses. Please fell free to fill out the forms below and we will add to our School Directory! Thanks!
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