Mt. Clemens Montessori Academy and its philosophy are inspired by the educational thought of Dr. Maria Montessori; the models for the classrooms and the developmental learning materials were created by her. The Academy continues her work in developmental psychology and education.
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February 27: March & April Hot Lunch Begins
March 2: Happy Birthday, Seuss!
March 3: Popcorn Day
March 10 : Wax Museum (2pm)
March 10: Barnes Noble Book Fair
March 11: Barnes and Noble Book Fair
March 16: Incredible Kid Day
March 17: Popcorn Day
March 17: Fourth Grade Concert (11:30 am)
March 17: Fifth Grade Concert (2:00 pm)
March 22: Kindergarten Field Trip to Michigan Science Center
March 25: Science Olympiad Competition
March 28: Second Grade Field Trip to Troy Historical Museum
March 30: First Grade Field Trip to Macomb Center to see Biscuit
March 30: Parent Teacher Conferences (5:30-8:00)
March 31: No School - Parent Teacher Conferences
April 3: No School - Spring Recess Begins
April 10: School Resumes
April 10: M-Step Testing Begins (Fifth Grade)
April 11: Third Grade Environmental Presentation
April 11: Fifth Grade Environmental Presentation
April 13: Second Grade Environmental Presentation
April 13: Fourth Grade Environmental Presentation
April 14: No School
April 25: Scholastic Book Fair Begins through end of week
April 25: Third Grade Field Trip to Farm
April 25: First & Second Grade Special Person Day
April 26: Kindergarten Special Person Day
April 27: Preschool Special Person Day
The mission of Mt. Clemens Montessori Academy is to develop students with a positive self-image who can apply critical thinking skills, communication skills, creativity, cooperation and respect for others to changing situations. The interdisciplinary environment of the Academy recognizes, develops, utilizes and challenges each student’s unique potential by addressing academic, aesthetic, emotional, physical and social needs.
"It is necessary for the teacher to guide the child without letting him feel her presence too much, so that she may never be the obstacle between the child and his experience." - Dr. Maria Montessori
March is Reading Month
MTCMA FUN RUN
What a success! A great time was had by all!
Fun Run Celebration Assembly
We have surpassed our $10,000 goal. The Parent Guild Fun RUN has raised over $13,000. Thank you to all that contributed time, money, and energy to this event and fundraiser.
The "Celebration Assembly" took place on Thursday, December 1st. This was also a school-wide "SUPER HERO" dress day. It was a great day; faces were painted, Mr. Casey was duct taped to the wall, and many pictures were taken.
Congratulations to all our Super Heroes for graduating from our Super Hero Academy and successfully completing the Fun Fun activities.