Current and prospective parents are invited to join us as we observe the classrooms in action and talk with students, current parents and teachers about the programs, the school and the Montessori method of learning.
This is a great first step to learning about the school and hearing from our program directors and students.
The event is designed for parents and interested adults. RSVP at 802-257-0500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellations will be posted on our website if we need to cancel due to weather conditions at www.hilltopmontessori.org or at the WKVT or WTSA radio websites.
The seventh graders are creating poetic lists of their loves and hates and the eighth graders are crafting their curricula vitae, their resume for life. They will be reciting these lovely and insightful pieces on Monday evening November 6 beginning at 7pm in the Arts Barn Theater. The recitation of these poems of identity is always fascinating, humorous, moving, and revealing.
High School students, college students and young professionals who attended Hilltop Montessori School, for middle school or starting in pre-school, return to share their Hilltop experiences. How did their education at HMS prepare them for their subsequent education and for life? Parents of our current students as well as prospective parents are encouraged to attend this event. Faculty will also be in attendance.
This is a wonderful and important fundraising event for the Middle School trips. All families are invited to join us for the fabulous community event at The Putney School in Putney, Vt.
Hilltop is one of many and our tent will be selling our families homemade soups, baked goods, hot coffee and cider.
Grandparents and Special Friends are invited to visit in the classroom with their grandchild or special friend and attend an All School Gathering. If you can’t attend on this date, we also have a Grandparents and Special Friends Day in the Spring on May 25, 2017.
Lower School 5 – 6 pm, Toddler, Supporting Independence, Homelife and Boundaries, Lower El, How We Support Social Development & Extending Class Routines to Home & Children’s House, How Parents Can Support What We Do
Upper School 6 -7 pm Upper El, Family to School Communication, How We Support Executive Function Skills and Middle School, Media and Technology
This is an evening meeting for all parents to learn about the upcoming year, curriculum topics, expectations of students and building student-parent-teacher relationships. We strongly believe that parents play a critical role in their children’s education. We hope to help parents have a greater understanding of their child’s work and development, ways to be involved in your child’s education and creating consistent expectations and experiences!
Students will be cooking, living, and learning in the outdoor classroom as well as getting to know their new community.
The Middle School is busy writing and rehearsing its annual performance. The newly titled show, “Unclaimed”, is a dramatic miracle that has taken shape. The creation of this show is like a bit of alchemy. The musings of individuals, small groups of collaborators, and full class brain storming stirs the pot and eventually turns to gold. Ultimately, the performance is the vehicle we use to process our experiences in Alabama and the year’s work in exploring the evolution of the American identity. Always fascinating, powerful, tuneful, funny, and moving! The Middle School performances are Monday, May 8 at 7:00pm (with a festive reception afterwards!) and Tuesday, May 9 at 7:00pm in the Arts Barn Theater. There will also be a school show on Tuesday morning at 10:00am. We hope to see you there!