Heartwood Montessori School celebrates 25 years!

Join us on March 11th,  6:30-9:00 PM, at the Matthew’s House in Cary for a special night of food, a full cash bar, music, dancing, and lots of great prizes from our Silent Auction.   All the money raised at this event will go towards the phased building of a brand new multi-purpose room that can be enjoyed by students and teachers for many years to come.

This evening is not restricted to only Heartwood families.  We would love to see our Montessori colleagues and friends for a fun night out.

We are hoping to raise $25K with the help of the Montessori community.

Purchase tickets at http://heartwoodmontessori.eventbrite.com/

Heartwood was founded in 1991 with 30 students ages 3-9.  Now, 25 years later, we have 180 students ages 18mos through 18 years!  What a ride it has been!!

Please join us to celebrate Montessori education.

Open House March 3rd-7th 9am-11am

Heartwood Montessori School  112 Byrum St.  Cary  919 465-2113

You are invited to attend any of our 10am presentations or stop by anytime between 9 and 11am.  The presentations are on the following subjects:

MONDAY – Transition from homeschool to Montessori elementary programs

TUESDAY – Features our Transition class for 5-8 yr olds with 3-6 teacher, Karen Carrubba and 6-9 teacher, Marguerite Rogers.

WEDNESDAY – Open discussion “What is Montessori?” with a panel of Heartwood’s educators

THURSDAY – Lower elementary teachers, Jeny Brill and Bridget Dickerson will present a slide show of the Montessori curriculum for math and language featuring the unique equipment used to entice children to be self-directed learners.

FRIDAY – Director, Sue Daniel will focus on the value of having a Montessori education by explaining the scientific tools for discovery used in the 3-6 year old environment.

Watch Your Language!

Please join us for an evening that will help you develop new parenting skills and strengthen your family’s communication style. These topics pertain to all ages of children and types of families.

Learn language pattern skills and principles to create better responses to the challenges of raising children. Jean Wittig uses an interactive approach to teach engaging cooperation, mutual responsibility, helping children cope with feelings, and resolving conflict peacefully within the family. Heartwood’s Liane Watson will highlight how these approaches are used within the Montessori classroom.

Jean bases much of her presentation on the books, How To Talk So Your Kids Will Listen & Listen So you Kids Will Talk and Siblings Without Rivalry as well as personal experience as a Parenting Coach. Liane will include the Montessori perspective from her years as a teacher and parent educator.

DATE: Thursday, Feb. 6th 7:00PM – 9:00PM)

LOCATION: Heartwood Montessori School  112 Byrum St.  Cary  465-2113