“True peace … suggests the triumph of justice and love among men; it reveals the existence of a better world where harmony reigns.”
— Maria Montessori
It's time to register for Summer Camp! Click the link below to view the weekly themes and download the brochure with registration forms.

We have a box of random ceramic tiles of various shapes, sizes and designs. If you would like them for an art project, please email Anna Burling at aburling@mlm-school.org.
Join Us at Isaac Walton Youth Day
Sunday, May 16th, 1:00-5:00!
The Family Yoga Project: Disconnect to Reconnect for School-Aged Children
FREE 4 WEEK EVENT offered to school-aged children and their family. Meet the instructors, Laura Ruby (owner of Ruby Yoga, LLC), Joanna Martin (owner of Playful Explorations), and Joey Waters (long time Warren County educator) as they talk about this FREE offering! Move your body, work on breathing, practice mindfulness, and let go of stress during your Family Yoga time. Does your child need a few minutes away from screen time to reconnect to the rest of the family? Here is your chance!

Take a look at the virtual programs Samuels Public Library Youth Services Department has planned for April 16-31 and May 1-15 and May 16-31. Programs can be viewed from the Samuels Library Facebook page or YouTube channel.

Remind is our new text alert system for inclement weather delays, closings and other important information. If you would like to receive texts from MLMS, please send a text to 81010. In the message, enter your child's class code from the list below. If you have children in different classes, you may sign up for more than one class group. It is not necessary to download the Remind app on your mobile device.

Mrs. Craft & Mrs. Veitenthal: @edg67ac
Ms. Goodman & Mrs. Irre: @94ged63
Mrs. Nixon: @36ckf38
Mrs. Schelin: @g2ac3dd

You can submit your volunteer hours on our website, by clicking the link on the For Parents page: https://mountainlaurelmontessori.org/community/for-parents/

The School Directory is updated on a continual basis, as changes arise. To view the most current School Directory, click on the "Parent Portal" button on the For Parents page on our website:

Flower Arranging is a favorite Practical Life activity for children! Primary parents can help make the Primary classrooms beautiful and provide meaningful work for the children by bringing in a small bouquet of flowers. Thin stems that are easily cut are the best choice for children. Some great choices include carnations, lilies, daisies and mums. To help, please select a week to send in fresh flowers for your child's class using the links below.
Brooklee Putting a Ball into an Object Permanance Box
Rosalind Exploring a Plant
Circle Time
Anna Showing Her New Friend, Razia How to Clean a Mirror
Charles Cleaning and Drying Cloths
Isaac Cleaning Up Sunflower Seeds
Gannon Showing Sam How to Put on Gardening Gloves
Three Part Turtle Cards-- Bernie Knows All the Names!
Madeline, Arwen and Gage Making a Water Filtration System for Their Sea Saver Prototype
Sammy Working on Stamp Game Subtraction
Ethan and Asher Working with the Verb Grammar Box
Jr. High
Alec Building a Model of the Planetary System
Students Had the Chance to Defy Gravity When They Built Their Own Space Engines, All While Learning about Bernoulli’s Airflow Principle
Mila and Savannah Making Pepperoni Bread During a Cooking Class
The Jr. High Class Hamsters Enjoy Their New Playpen, Built by the Students Using Medieval Techniques. during History Studies
After Care (Laurel Club)
Raif Built a Magnetic House!