Week at a Glance;March 20th, 2015
Classes begin promptly at their scheduled time. The Montessori philosophy emphasizes the importance of three uninterrupted hours of work time. As such, children arriving after the start of the class are disruptive to the classroom environment and deprived of valuable learning time and lessons. In the event your child arrives late, please bring your child to the front office and check him/her in. The child will be escorted to the classroom. Any child arriving after 8:30am (for toddlers, primary, and elementary) without a valid reason (such as a doctor’s appointment) will not be permitted to attend school for that day.
We depend on your family’s full support in this area. If we find that a child is late more than three (3) times in a semester, you will be notified by letter and asked to meet with the Head of School to determine whether the issue can be resolved. Failure to comply with the school’s request will result in termination of the enrollment agreement with no refund for the balance of school year.
PCM Boxtop Update
Congratulations to Blue Bonnet class for earning the $50 in books from the book fair.
The winner of the January/February Box top contest is the Magnolia class with an amazing total of 581! Enjoy your goodies form the treasure box!
For January/February you have collected 1307 boxtops/lables. What an awesome job!
Let’s finish the year out strong continue to collect and turn in boxtops/soup labels till the end of May!
Summer Camp 2015
All children in attendance during the summer months will attend the camps. There is no additional charge for children enrolled in our 12-month program. Camps will run daily from 9:00am-12:00pm. All children will stay at school for lunch.
Our current students and eligible siblings will get priority placement in our summer program followed by an open enrollment period for the general public. Open enrollment will begin on April 1st, 2015.
The summer program will consist of 10 sessions; each session lasting one week.
Selection sheets can be found at the front desk.
March 27th, 2015- Early Release
Friday, March 27th, 11:30am
600 Old Custer Rd
PCM Students Gifted Over $200 to UNICEF!
MMUN Delegates are Off to NY
The Montessori Model United Nations delegate students are excited to finally be heading to New York City on Weds, March 25th to represent the country of Jordan. Food and Agriculture Organization is represented by Leah Capurso and Carlos Norbel on the topics of malnutrition and food security. The Security Council will be represented by Reese Gaiko on the topic of the situation in Syria. Pebblecreek will eagerly await their safe return and the look forward to hearing all about their experiences.
Easter Egg Hunt
On Thursday, April 2nd Pebblecreek Montessori will host our annual Easter egg hunt. Each child is asked to bring six (6) plastic Easter eggs filled with treats by Tuesday, March 31st. Please bring an Easter basket so that your child can bring home their treats and hunt for their eggs.