BOULDER, Colo.—Mountain Shadows Montessori School Board of Directors President Polly Buster has announced that Elizabeth (Beth) Grindel, a senior financial and operational executive and current MSMS parent, has been named the School’s Director of Operations/CFO effective August 17. “We are
Mountain Shadows Montessori School Board of Directors President Polly Buster has announced that the School will re-open its Head of School search and that long-time AMI Consultant and current MSMS Board of Directors member Terri Allen will lead on the school
Art is not a special at Mountain Shadows, rather, its integrated into the curriculum every day, combining art with subjects of study in order to learn the material.
The fourth year of Mountain Shadows’ annual Grandparents and Special Friends Day was picture perfect as a record 75 guests enjoyed spending precious time with loved ones and friends on campus. Guests were treated to breakfast and a grandmother’s lasting
Thank you to the parents, grandparents, teachers, staff, and friends of Mountain Shadows for donating, supporting, attending, bidding, and raising your paddles, very often more than once, to support our amazing school during Saturday night’s Masquerade Gala! A special thanks
Mountain Shadows will host a 6-week Parent/Infant Class for children birth through crawlers (pre-walkers) and their parents/caregivers. The class will assist with the child’s development through small-group interaction. Parents will learn how to support and encourage their child’s natural development.
Each Tuesday and Thursday morning, there’s an enthusiastic buzz that comes from the Mountain Shadows library as Elementary students work on their conversational Spanish skills with new Spanish teacher Kirsten Thomas.
A third year elementary student’s recent thoughts were clear, “I’m a third grader who is really trying to get my spelling words done.” So when Stephen recalled a student-initiated math-a-thon a year ago, he thought, “let’s just cross out math
Thank you to Fall Fest Co-Chairs Trish Daniel and Maria Gorecki and their cast of volunteers for providing a fun-filled, fall day for more than 120 children, parents, and grandparents to enjoy. From the petting zoo to the jumpy slide,
In a Montessori Primary classroom, you give the child the world, and see where their interests are. This summer the 12-month Primary students were read a story about rain forests and took a follow up field trip to the Denver Botanic