As an essential service provider during the pandemic, we know that we have an important role to serve in the community. Families count on us for reliable, quality care and we stand ready to fulfill that need. Even during uncertain times, our first priority is always the safety of students, families, and staff.
We are well-connected in the Montessori community and with organizations that support and serve the childcare industry. We are diligent about staying on top of the latest guidance from local, state, and federal authorities to inform thoughtful decisions and develop best practices for our program.
In response to the pandemic, we collaborated closely as a team and reconfigured our program to promote health and wellness for our students, families, and staff. These accommodations include increased cleaning and sanitation procedures facility-wide, seamless drop off and pick up, reduced class sizes, limited contact between groups, rearrangement of classrooms to encourage social distancing, and much more. You can review these commitments in more detail in our COVID-19 Practices and Procedures.
If you’re not quite ready for on-campus attendance, we are prepared to assist with your child’s growth and development at home with our Remote Learning Program. Connect with trained Montessori guides, participate in online circle time, borrow age-appropriate materials, and more – all for a flat, low monthly rate!