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Why PreK-8th Grade?


Why Prek-8th Grade?

Montgomery's PreK-8 structure allows students to experience age appropriate activities and events in an environment that helps preserve childhood.
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Building Character



Building Character

Faculty use teachable moments to reinforce lessons of character, in the classroom, on the recess field, on the playing field, and during family style lunch.
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Community


Community

The students, parents, faculty, and staff are all here to support one another, which generates warmth and a true sense of community.
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What's Happening at Montgomery

Amy Brown's 7th grade students have been working on a creative project in Language Arts class. The students started by watching both Caine's Arcade videos, the original one and the one that presented the Global Cardboard Challenge. The students then completed a digital discussion in which they reflected on and responded to the videos.

The students had a class period scheduled with their 2nd grade buddies, so that the younger students could play the games. Amy Brown said, "Now that it is over, I will have them write a final reflection on the project and the day of play, including anything they would do differently if they were to start the project over again."

This project incorporated elements of creative and critical thinking, reflection, and collaboration. There were many lessons learned and skills developed, however, the look of delight on all the students' faces was truly priceless.
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Montgomery School second grade students recently harvested tomatoes in the school's organic garden with teachers Michele Oakes and Julie Dattilo. The students at Montgomery maintain the garden throughout the year. Harvested vegetables are used in the School's lunch room, or donated to a local food bank.

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Montgomery School students eat lunch family-style, with a faculty or staff member at their table. Students sit with different grade levels, and have assigned seating for lunch. Montgomery School chef, Ron Ettorre, focuses on helping students make healthy choices at lunch. Read more about the Montgomery School lunch program here.

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