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New Thursday Tours!

We have new Thursday Tours available so that families can visit Montgomery while classes are in session! The next Thursday tour is on Thursday, October 19th, or join us on November 2, 16, or 30. Feel free to call for future dates (610) 827-7222, or check our website here to register. We hope to see you on campus soon!

Montgomery 8th Grader is Philanthropic!

Sydnie Bayles, a Montgomery School 8th grader has raised $193,000 for pediatric cancer research by hosting Alex's Lemonade Stands for the past ten years. Sydnie was recently featured in The Daily Local because she was also selected as the Lemonade Stand of the Year and will be honored at the Lemonade Ball on January 13.

Sydnie has been a student at Montgomery School since Prekindergarten, and states, "Montgomery School students are encouraged and supported to make a positive difference in the world and I am thankful for all the learning and leadership opportunities my teachers have given me." Sydnie's goal is to reach $200,000 by the end of the school year, and to raise 1 million dollars by the time she graduates high school.

Montgomery School's Head of School, Sally Keidel shared, "We are so proud of all Sydnie has accomplished with her dedication and perseverance towards positively influencing the lives of children with cancer. She inspires her peers and those around her to make a difference in the world. She is a shining example of the character traits we instill in our students."

Read the Daily Local article here.

Visit Sydnie's Alex's Lemonade Stand page here: www.alexslemonade.org/mypage/111199

Family Picnic Fundraiser for Hurricane Victims

Montgomery families came together to raise money for Hurricane Victims at this year's Family Picnic. Students paid money to participate in a "Dress Down Day" earlier in the day. Then, four volunteers, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Dattilo, Mrs. Knauss, and Mrs. Keidel participated in a water bottle challenge. Students donated money for a sponge full of water to squeeze into the bottles, which happened to be on top of the volunteers' heads! It was a great way to raise needed funds for the people in need after the recent storms. Thanks to all who participated!

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