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Happiness is … MMS

We asked and you answered. What made you happy at Metropolitan Montessori this year? Here’s what you told us: “When I saw my second grader proudly explaining the difference between the Stratosphere, Thermosphere, Exosphere and Mesosphere to other parents during the Work Celebration” “Having a blast, dancing and singing with all of the parents at […]

MMS Annual International Picnic Sunday, September 21st.

Thank you for joining the Parents Association at the annual MMS International Potluck Picnic on Sunday September 21st! The fair games, t-shirt decorating, face painting and musical interlude were a blast!

MMS appoints new admissions director

Blair Bizzell-Hatcher has joined the Metropolitan Montessori School Admissions Office as director, beginning July 1. She comes to MMS from the Ethical Culture School, where she has worked since 2005 as a classroom teacher teaching ethics, an admissions associate and diversity coordinator. She also has worked as a special education teacher in public and charter […]

Metropolitan Montessori premieres new musical for children

On Feb. 12-13, the school will perform “Allie in Wonderland,” an original musical commissioned by the school. Drama Director Phillip Bettencourt and Music Director Karen Paulson developed the show with lyricist Laura Kleinbaum and composer Ben Wexler.

Why Montessori education?

MMS parents join a discussion on the value of a Montessori education on this new video from the American Montessori Society.

MMS teacher is featured on poetry website

A poem by Christie Ann Reynolds is featured on the American Academy of Poets website this week.

MMS dancer praised for Nutcracker performance

Henry Berlin, a fifth grader, attracted the notice of a dance reviewer for The New York Times.

Metropolitan Montessori wins Blackboard Award

Metropolitan Montessori School is the recipient of the 2013 Blackboard Award for “outstanding nursery and grade school.”

Sixth grade excavates site at Black Rock Forest

As part of a yearlong study of archaeology, the sixth grade is excavating a site at Black Rock Forest near the historic Stone House.

Educating boys

An article in TIME magazine advocates three ideas to help boys succeed in school: offer more recess, help boys become readers, and encourage boys to tap their imaginations. At Metropolitan Montessori, we’re on board.