At One World Montessori School, we join millions of people around the world every year in acknowledging the International Day of Peace. For the week leading up to the event, we decorate our school with origami cranes. The touching story of Sadako Sasaki explains why the crane has become a symbol of peace.
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We wish to share this article by Leo Baubata, in which he discusses simple steps toward being a peaceful parent. Parents will always have stress: we not only have to deal with tantrums and scraped knees and refusing to eat anything you cook, but we worry about potential accidents, whether we are ruining our kids, […]
We are excited to announce our newly redesigned website, which now has the best seo strategies. By updating the site, we’ve been able to improve navigation; offer expanded parent resources, including educational videos and event photos; and provide additional information about our school to prospective parents.
One World Montessori has an ongoing commitment to being a sustainable school community. We have joined with regional and national organizations to help support our environmental responsibility, and we have benefitted from support and funding for our green efforts.
Earth Day is a special time for our Primary classes. Every April, we gather with parents and friends to remember our interrelatedness with all living things and to renew our commitment to stewardship and care for our planet, our home.
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