All registration forms for the next school year were due on Friday, February 17th. If you overlooked turning your registration form in, please contact the office. We will soon begin to accommodate new student requests for admission.
In compliance with state law, our communicable disease policy as related in the Parent Handbook states that a child with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, must be free from fever twenty-four hours before returning to school. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us to maintain a healthy environment. Please help us show consideration for each other’s children by complying with this policy. If your child is ill and is going to be absent from school, a phone call to the school is appreciated. If the illness is communicable, we need to know so that we can inform other parents to watch for symptoms. Thank you.
Daylight Savings Time Begins Sunday, March 12th
Daylight Savings Time Ends Sunday, November 5th
No Extended Care
Program NOT In Session
Monday, March 27th through
Friday, March 31st
Montessori Classes and Extended Care Resume
Monday, April 3rd
Monday, April 10th
NO P.M. CLASSES
All Day Children
Dismiss at 11:30
NO EXTENDED CARE
Friday, April 14th
Graduation Day at the Columbus Zoo
Friday, May 26th
As you know, the children have an opportunity every day to share something with their classmates as a group. March and April is their opportunity to share you! We would greatly welcome you and/or your child to share something about you. This might include an occupation, hobby, culture, or special passion/tradition that your family practices! Your presentation does not need to be long...remember the attention span of your audience! One half hour is suggested to be the maximum amount of time for your presentation. Please call the office to submit your topic and schedule your day. We look forward to hearing from you!
A big Thank You to all our parents that contributed cookies, frosting, strawberries, etc. for our Valentine’s party! The children really enjoyed their day!
Believe it or not the end of the year is right around the corner. And with it comes our graduation ceremony at the Columbus Zoo. The day is set aside for us to say thank you to all our families for a wonderful year, and all families are invited. However, the focus is on those children who will be leaving us and entering into first grade. These are our graduates and they are being acknowledged for completing a path and being ready to step into the next adventure…First Grade!
The only children who participate in the ceremony are those who are actually going onto first grade. You will find this explained in your Handbook and it is quoted as follows:
A graduation ceremony is held at the end of May. The participants are students who have completed their kindergarten course of study at Dublin Montessori and are advancing to first grade. The number of years the child spends in the school is inconsequential, whether it is two, three or four. The ceremony is to acknowledge their entrance into first grade and celebrate them, their achievements and independence.
If you have any questions, please contact the office.
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