/Classroom Stories

Sights & Sounds of Those First School Days

2019-05-24T15:03:03+00:00By |Classroom Stories|

The faces on the children and their parents, grands and great-grands spoke volumes as they arrived on campus to begin their first steps of new school year, together! They walked hand in hand, some even skipped to their destinations - the Montessori classrooms that had been especially prepared for their arrival and for the many [...]

Who Lived at Etowah? An Elementary Play

2019-05-24T14:20:36+00:00By |Classroom Stories, Early Education|

Who lived at Etowah? An Elementary Play Sheds Light on the Mystery This morning at 10 o'clock, the Elementary Class invited some of us to see a play. It was about native Americans living at Etowah. The players watched us arrive and sit in rows on the masking tape lines they had set for us. [...]

Can We Work Together?

2017-11-14T22:22:38+00:00By |Classroom Stories, Early Education, Summer Story|

Can we work together?   Yesterday, many of us were. Some were giving lessons to younger children. Trace, trace, trace the Sandpaper Numerals, and you will know how to write them on the chalkboard! Some of us were just letting someone watch us to get the idea for something they might [...]

Make-Your-Own “Fireworks”

2017-11-14T22:22:38+00:00By |Classroom Stories, Early Education, Faculty and Staff, Summer Story|

Can you make your own fireworks? We can. Señora Wellman showed us how in Spanish class. Here's what we did.     First, we saw that what she had in mind was to make the "fireworks" outdoors. We would parade out to the spot with our newly-made Olympic "banderas," our flags. [...]