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THE ROOSTER'S CROW


Parent Association Meeting ~ Wed., October 22nd

Monday, October 20th, 2014

The first full MANJ Parent Association Meeting will be held Wednesday, October 22nd beginning at 7:10pm. There will be a Meet & Greet from 6:45 to 7:10pm with water and snacks provided in the 3rd floor kitchen area. (Mrs. Fox respectfully requests that all food and drink remain in the kitchen area.) Topics to be discussed include the upcoming Afternoon Primary and Elementary field trips, classroom enrichment projects, community service opportunities, as well as various fundraising ideas.

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Elementary Field Trip ~ Monday, October 20th

Friday, October 17th, 2014

On Monday, October 20th, the Elementary Classes will be visiting Crystal Cave in Kutztown, PA. The students will take a guided tour of the caverns and walk the nature trail. Interested students may also pan for gemstones, (please note: there is a $5 charge for gemstone panning.)

The bus and student entry fees will be paid by the Parent Association–your Activity Fee Dollars at work!–and will leave at 8:45am SHARP and return to school by 4:00pm. The bus CANNOT WAIT for Read More

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“I have studied the child. I have taken what the child has given me and expressed it and that is what is called the Montessori Method.”

—Maria Montessori


As a growing AMI recognized school, Montessori Academy is always looking to consider applicants who are committed to the principals, practices and standards of AMI. Applicants for teaching positions must possess AMI certification. If you are interested in joining our faculty, click here to submit your resume.

The Best Environment For Young Minds To grow

Montessori Academy, founded in 1965, is the oldest Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) accredited Montessori School in New Jersey. Our 11 acre campus includes herb, flower and vegetable gardens and farm animals–which the children help to maintain and care for–as well as meadows, nature and barefoot trails, and a wide variety of indigenous and exotic trees for botany study.

Our preschool through middle school students and staff together form a diverse and vibrant community. With Maria Montessori’s child-centered approach to learning at their core, our programs foster independence, creativity, social and moral development. Environmental and social awareness are integral parts of the children’s daily experiences. Through our skilled staff, AMI certified teachers and parent partnerships, we have created a nurturing environment designed to instill peace and support the intrinsic love of learning in each child.