6:30 PM Board of Education: Work Session
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Last Day of Classes For Students
Parent, Families, and Caregivers!
We are still distributing supplies and technology. Please contact us at (314) 361-0432 to schedule a time between 9am-12noon and 1-3pm for more information
Thank you for joining us at Open House! Let's continue to work together to make our virtual learning experience a great success!!
Home of the Pandas
1130 N. Euclid
St. Louis, MO 63113
Office (314) 361-0432
Fax (314) 244-1927
Principal: Dr. Lisa R. Small
Virtual Classroom Hours begin promptly at 8:30am
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Dear Washington Montessori Parents, Families, and Partners,
Welcome to a brand new school year and a brand new normal!! Upon preparing for Spring Break after parent teacher conferences, I am sure that none of us could have ever conceived that we were going to face a worldwide pandemic. This is something so surreal, and that in my mind, only happens in the movies. We have been working relentlessly for more than two weeks to make sure that we bring a rich virtual learning experience to kids.
Feel free to navigate through our school's website and go to your child's teacher's page to find special school specific instructional tasks along with heart-felt welcoming messages.
We, the staff of Washington Montessori, are committed to working hard to support our students and families. Please note that this situation is fluid and ever evolving. We will be reaching out to you via emails, texts, phone-calls, DOJO, etc. throughout these unprecented times.
HUGS FROM ALL OF US!!!
In the Service of Children,
Lisa R. Small and the Staff of WASHINGTON MONTESSORI
"MOVING FULL STEAM AHEAD!"
Greetings to all my new and returning Washington Montessori Families
I am truly grateful to have the opportunity to serve as your Principal Leader once again. Last, year, we have had an incredible year of teaching and learning. Although our school year abruptly came to a halt due to this unfortunate pandemic, we continued to move full steam ahead. We were catapulted into a new normal of virtual learning and instruction. We were determined to provide continuity of teaching and learning. It was tough, but we worked together and got through it. Our existing families were the greatest systemt of support on behalf of kids. For that, I am thankful. I am also eager to cultivate rich relationships with my new families.
What will we bring to the virtual learning platform? Continuity of teaching and learning. The virtual learning opportunities will challenge us all as we prepare our students for the next grade level. We can do it. We all have a vital role in helping our children to become active, lifelong learners. Through a solid and collegial partnership with everyone who has a connection to Washington Montessori, I am confident that we can support our students with their virtual learning.
Please make sure that you check our website at, www.slps.org/Domain/1700, frequently for important dates and activities. To start, we are planning our annual Title 1 meeting, which will take place by ZOOM, early in September.
If you have any questions, please call us at (314) 361-0432.
In the service of Children,
Dr. Lisa Small