As we’re sandwiched between Martin Luther King Day and the Inauguration, the importance of thinking globally and acting locallyis clear. For our children, the values they learn come from the behaviors they see around them—not from blogs and tweets.
We have such an opportunity to inspire our children with the dream of a kind and inclusive society.
Last week’s newsletter included an entry about the Montessori approach to teaching grace and courtesy. While we may dismiss these lessons as less important than the teaching of reading and math, it is worthwhile remembering that civilization is rooted in civility.
Thank you for your continued support making Evergreen a safe haven for our children.
I am grateful to everyone in our community who helped make 2016 a joyful and wondrous year at Evergreen School for our children. From our dedicated teachers and engaged parents to heart-warming festivals, special events and the thrill of learning and discovery each day, we have enjoyed a remarkable year together.
As we look ahead to 2017, we look forward to continuing to providing a safe and loving place for children to grow and learn.
On behalf of our entire faculty and staff, wishing you and Jacob a peaceful and joyful New Year.
You make the world a beautiful place!
Cheers to our Summer Program designer, Lourdes Buenaflor for her amazing work on our 2017 catalog. The document was sent to the printer today and will arrive at school on January 6.
Thanks to Summer Director Stephanie Ugol for planning an amazing summer with programs including cooking, science, swimming, Montessori, art and more!
Registration opens online on January 9. Early Bird Discount 10% Discount for participants who are registered by February 17 and have paid in full. Summer Package Discount 5% Discount for participants who register for a total of 9 weeks.
See more at www.evergreenschool.com/summer today.