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Bullying: How to Help if Your Child is a Victim

The past week has had me thinking about bullies a lot…and sadly not because I just watched Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, although that program serves as a case study in bullying and toxic masculinity. From the moment Rudolph comes into the world, even his own father expresses shame over the fact that he looks different. […]

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The Montessori School and the “Love and Logic” Approach

Each school year The Montessori School plans a robust Parent Education program as part of its commitment to the community. The program consists of speakers, panels, and seminars meant to offer additional resources to parents and educators. The year, TMS is excited to host Dr. Charles Fay at the Bessie Smith Hall on Friday, September […]

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The Work of a Child’s Life : The Montessori Way!

The Work of a Child’s Life : The Montessori Way!

“The secret of a happy life is congenial work.” Maria Montessori It was Saturday. Saturday was a big day for Spencer because Saturday was the day his family worked together in the garden and yard. Ever since he was a toddler, Spencer was helping…weeding, planting, picking vegetables. Through trial-and-error, and his parents’ patience, he had […]

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St. Peter’s Episcopal School Family Admission Event October 30th

St. Peter’s Episcopal School is a place of both advanced educational achievement and loving, nurturing care. We focus on the young child, with small classes for preschool through fifth grade. Our experienced teachers foster each child’s personal gifts through the best in cutting-edge, tailored programming like Guided Reading and My Math, alongside traditional programs like […]

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