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Welcome to First Colony Montessori South in Sugar Land, TX. My name is Laura Russell, and I am the director at our lovely Montessori school.
We offer Infant, Toddler, and Primary programs for children six weeks to six years old. We strive to provide an authentic Montessori environment for both our children and our parents. In addition to our authentic Montessori program, we also offer exceptional child care/daycare, including after-school programs.
At our school, you will find our teachers have a passion for educating and caring for children. I am proud of the strong bonds our staff has made with our parents and children - they make everyone feel like they are a part of their own family. We have an open-door policy and encourage parents to come in and discuss anything at any time.
We're pleased to offer our families access to Montessori Compass. This online resource enables parents to receive updates about their child's school experiences and communicate with their teacher.
Please feel free to schedule a tour with us here at First Colony Montessori South! We would love to see you and are sure you will be impressed by everything we have to offer!
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:
Art, Basketball, Soccer, Spanish
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Family Studies and Associates in Early Childhood Development
Certifications: Director's Certification
As a former Pre-K teacher, I am dedicated to facilitating the educational growth of young children. While I have been in early childhood education for close to 30 years, I feel like I have found a forever home in our Montessori school.
Certifications: Director's Certificate
I was born and raised in Cordoba, Argentina. My professional career began after I finished high school and came to the US for a new beginning. I worked as a toddler teacher in a church school, where I learned the art of teaching and how to interact with families. This experience gave me the resources to fully comprehend the importance of teaching. I will continue to learn and evolve as I work with co-workers, children and families.