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Health and safety are essential to me, and at our school, they come first. Your child's well-being is always our top priority.
In this challenging, uncertain time, we recognize the strain the current climate creates for families. We remain committed to doing everything possible to support our community. That starts with a healthy, safe environment for your child when they're away from home.
Our current health and safety practices include:
We are closely following guidance from the CDC, as well as state and local officials and health authorities, as we take extreme care to maintain our safe, healthy school environment.
Face coverings are required for any adult entering the building (all staff members wear them when working with children). Where required by law or licensing, children must also wear masks.
We're now screening all staff members and children upon arrival at school to check for raised temperatures or evident symptoms.
Limited Classroom Access
To curb the spread of germs and control group size, we are having parents and family members remain in common areas of the center only.
Regular wellness checks are being conducted throughout the day. The parents of unwell children are notified immediately, to help stop the spread of illness.
Safe (and Still Healthy) Dining
Family-style dining has been eliminated and we are now only serving pre-plated (or teacher-plated) meals to children.
Enhanced Health Practices
We've strengthened our already rigorous cleanliness and hygiene practices (including more frequent, longer hand washing; cleaning and sanitizing surfaces and items in classrooms).
We employ these measures to ensure your child can learn in the best environment possible. And so that you can have peace of mind while we're taking care of them.
Stay safe, stay healthy, and if you're looking for care at this time, We're here for you.
Are you concerned about the impact of COVID on your child’s education? You’re not alone. Now, more than ever, early education matters. We’re here to help.
Starting at the front door, our already robust health and safety procedures have been enhanced to ensure a clean, welcoming school environment. The well-being of your child is our top priority, now, and always.
Elective programs allow Montessori students to learn by exploring creative outlets that will help them advance in the future—while giving your family more free time on evenings and weekends. We offer:
Our authentic Montessori experience is enhanced by a STEAM Studio.
Featuring hands-on learning stations for Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math, the studio is available to Primary program students at least once a week.
Ask the school director for additional details.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education
Certifications: Illinois Director Credential 1, Illinois Early Childhood Education Teacher Level 2
I have been the director of our school since 2006. I bring both teaching experience and a creative and open management style to our school. It is a pleasure watching our students grow and become confident, self-disciplined and independent learners.