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Summer Camp Adventures

Summer Camp 2021 Adventures   Halfway through our summer camps, and so far we've done everything from creating edible art to an ocean in a bottle. We've learned the science of making bubbles and egg geodes, slime (of course!), challenged chess camp, and immersed ourselves in Spanish. Yet to come are more exciting [...]

2021-08-08T14:36:54-04:00By |

October Highlights

Enjoy our video montage from October! Many thanks to our volunteers who contributed their time and resources to our modified Trunk or Treat event.

2020-12-09T16:00:58-05:00By |

Welcome Back to School!

For those who have not yet followed us on Facebook, you've missed the emergence of our new feature for parents to stay connected: Monthly Montages! Actually, during the summer, our montages were weekly to keep everyone connected with our daily adventures as we returned to school after our brief closure. Stay tuned for [...]

2020-10-07T22:26:31-04:00By |

October Montage

As families are not able to freely enter the school at this time, we want to go above and beyond to stay connected and share the daily joys, accomplishments, and general happenings! New this year, we will be posting video clips such as this one in addition to photo galleries. Don't forget to [...]

2020-10-07T21:44:22-04:00By |

60 ways to keep your child engaged during COVID 19

With schools closing, events cancelled, and many companies urging employees to work from home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, parents are facing an unexpected challenge. Since many of these closures overlap school March breaks, kids may not have homework to do — and even if they do, the lack of school and extracurricular activities [...]

2021-07-24T12:53:29-04:00By |

Film crew to visit The New School

On December 8 and 9, a film crew from Mazz Media will visit the school to develop a series of videos designed to answer the most common questions parents and other educators have about Montessori. Families who are unfamiliar with the philosophy may be intrigued about Montessori. They may have heard that it is a [...]

2021-07-22T16:37:42-04:00By |

The New School’s First Amateur Radio Club

Upper Elementary Students Launch First-Ever Amateur Radio Club Last week Upper Elementary students began an exciting journey of exploration into amateur radio. The curriculum, which dynamically integrates language arts, algebra, physics, geography, meteorology, graphic arts, industrial fabrication, computer science, and social studies into the UE course of study, allows for authentic, interactive, and tangible connections [...]

2020-02-11T13:43:41-05:00By |

Little Free Library

We are happy to announce that the school has joined the Little Free Library movement that is sweeping the nation. Our Montessori Adolescent Program (MAP) has spearheaded this project and is planning an opening ceremony during our Spring Picnic on Saturday, April 25th. The idea behind these libraries is simple. Little Free Libraries are just [...]

2020-02-12T14:54:23-05:00By |

Montessori Kindergarten Program

Ultimately, what sets The New School apart is our mission to provide each child with an individualized, holistic program that meets their specific needs. Each child learns differently, has different interests, and develops cognitive and social skills at his or her own pace. By addressing individual needs, our specialized materials, prepared environment, and teaching approach [...]

2020-02-13T14:08:19-05:00By |

Montessori Adolescent Program

The year 2014 not only marks The New School's 30th Anniversary, it is also an important milestone in our history: the rebirth of the adolescent program. Starting in the fall, our programs will expand to include middle school grades 7 through 9. Upper Elementary director Sheldon Clark will coordinate and implement an interdisciplinary and project-based [...]

2020-02-13T14:19:47-05:00By |
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