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3-6 Parent Orientation

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Reena V. Morgan

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Back to School Night
3-6 Parent Orientation 2017-2018

Safety and Security Manager: Jerome Manansala

Drop off: 8:25am - 8:40am
Yellow carpool sign
Pick up:
1/2 day: 12:00pm-12:15pm (Greenview Gate)
3/4 day: 3:15pm-3:30pm (North Cleaver Doors)
Afterschool: 4:30pm & 5:30pm (Greenview Gate)
Carpool (Pick-Up/Drop-Off) Guidelines
Arrive on time
Consistent routine
Words of comfort...words to avoid
Transitional Objects
Consistent attendance
Transitioning into the Classroom
Your Child's Day...
"Nuts & Bolts"
Your Part in Partnership...
Questions?
Library: 9am - 5pm

Teacher's Class Page: teachers first initial, last name, ie: wtoan.nnms.org)

Teacher's email: teachers, first initial last name, ie. wtoan@nnms.org

Room Parents

0-6 Substitute, Laura Piskor

SEED: Diversity Coordinator, Lauren Collins

Health and Wellness Director: Dr.Caroline Adelman

Farmessori/Greenview Gardens: Joe Phillips & Kelsey Gorman

Development: Doug Adolph





Support and Resources
Areas of the Classroom: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, Science
The 3 Hour Work Period (snack)
Gathering
Recess (11:30-12pm); Half day pick up at 12noon
Afternoons:
lunch (12:15pm - 12:45pm)
nap/downtime (1pm - 3pm, 1st and 2nd year students)
work period (1pm - 3pm, 3rd year students); "specialties"
Early morning care (7:30am, classroom)
Afterschool care (until 5:30pm, play-based environment)
Developmental gym, Greenview Gardens, Farmessori, Art Studio, Spanish
3-6 Classrooms:
Metta, Lydia, & Juan: 2nd floor, N/S Hallway
Wendy: 2nd floor, E/W Hallway
Amy and April: 1st floor, N/S Hallway
Communication
(with teachers, assistants, administration, other parents)
Harvest & Spring Breakfasts
Observations (sign up for 1 per year)
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Parent Meetings
:
Montessori in the Home (Sept. and Oct.)
0-14 Montessori Journey (Oct.)
Steps to Reading (Nov.)
Exploring 3-6 Montessori Math (Dec.)
"Road to Success..." (Jan.)
3-6 Parent Gathering (Feb.)
3-6 Classroom Parent Meeting (2/24)

Let's get MONTESSOARING!

ONLINE

This Week:
Calendar
Parent Handbook
MBP
Facebook
Director's Blogs/Pages
"All" school
"3-6" or "0-6"







Nutrition
Snacks
Lunch/Sandwich Shop
Independence
Clothing
independence
avoid characters
"play-clothes,"
seasonal

Presented by: Reena V. Morgan

Asking about your child's day
:
sharing about your day
specific questions (snack, water, helper)
friendly with all
Children's House
Being in Community
:
learning opportunities (low risk mistakes); how to respond
"Life is our worksheet"
:
bringing work home
"homework" (family contributions)
Scheduling Parent Observations:
NNMS.ORG
(search) "Book a Parent Observation"
Pick a date after Harvest Breakfast)
Informed
Invested
Involved
Executive function and self-regulation skills
are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. Just as an air traffic control system at a busy airport safely manages the arrivals and departures of many aircraft on multiple runways, the brain needs this skill set to filter distractions, prioritize tasks, set and achieve goals, and control impulses.


Book Recommendations:
Ellen Galinsky: Mind in the Making
Trevor Eissler: Montessori Madness
Angeline Lillard: Montessori: Science Behind the Genius
Kim John Payne: Simplicity Parenting
Erika Christakis: The Importance of Being Little
Ken Robinson: Out of Our Minds: Learning to Be Creative

Character
Compassion
Communication
Collaboration
Cultural Competency
Critical Thinking
Creativity
Confidence
(Concentration)
Activity!

What hopes and aspirations do you have for your child?
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