Fill-the-Pack Holiday Giving Project

    This year, Montessori Community School particpated in a service learning opportunity that touched the lives of many by supporting a local charity.      This year, after looking into many areas of need in our community, we participated  in  the   Fill- the- Pack  Project created by  the  Homeless Youth Resource Center. This relatively new program provides a way to get some basic survival necessities (toothbrushes, toiletries, hats, gloves, and blankets are just a few of  the  items in  the   packs ) to teens that are living on  the  streets of Salt Lake City.     MCS provided two backpacks for each of our classrooms to  fill  with items from  the  Homeless Youth Resource Center needs list.There was such a wonderful response from our students and families! We were able to fill and deliver 24 backpacks plus many other various items that were brought in and donated. Imagining...
More Info
1849 Hits

Upcoming COEEF Event

    Montessori Community School has been raising money for the COEEF and have supported several girls in the program for over 10 years.  We are currently supporting seven young girls.  It is a pleasure to share this opportunity to further support the COEEF program with our MCS community.
1488 Hits

Trying to keep more mess out of their classroom

  Margaret and Laura trying to keep more mess out of their beloved Uinta classroom!       Ruby has been a most wonderful photographer and documenter!       Brandi feeling overjoyed about the set up of the temporary Lower El classroom at the church.     Laura in the new Uinta and Arches space.                         Joshi displays some of the Arches work that survived the flood.         Look at the beautiful mural in the background! Bonnie has been hard at work.          An energetic and helpful MCS student cheers for the churches offer of space.          Kay and Lorena setting up the Magnolias temporary classroom in the Toddler Moons space.         Kate and Cinthya hard at working helping their fellow teachers set up and clean...
More Info
1726 Hits


An Early Child student is read to by a Lower Elementary student. “If salvation and help are to come, it is from the child, for the child is the constructor of man and so of society. The child is endowed with an inner power which can guide us to a more enlightened future.” – Maria Montessori Service-Learning is built into a Montessori Education’s curriculum starting at the toddler age through adolescence. As per the National Service-Learning Partnership, Service-Learning is defined as a teaching method that engages young people in solving problems within their schools and communities as part of their academic studies or other type of intentional learning activity. Montessori Community School starts this education with a simple question, “How may I help?” This simple question plants a seed within children early on in the toddler years. There, it is nurtured, and cultivated. As the years go by, this seed...
More Info
1870 Hits


ATTENTION MCS PARENTS FUN-RUN Wednesday, May 7th Please find your child's Fun-Run Pledge Envelope in their take-home file.  The purpose of the Fun Run is to raise funds for our two special Navajo grandmothers, Emma and Elvira, as well as our seven students from Ethiopia. Both of these programs are close to our hearts as we have seen the enormous difference our time and efforts can make for those involved in the programs. This week the students at MCS are learning more about both programs.  The Pledge Envelopes include instructions on collecting funds for the Fun Run. We are still looking for some parent volunteers and invite you to sign up in the office to assist on May 7th. Our goal for this year is to raise at least $6500.  As we have 219 students enrolled at this time this means that if each child could aim to raise $30 we...
More Info
1583 Hits