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Save the date for our inaugural Escuela Alumni Award event!
Join the Escuela del Sol Montessori community for the inaugural celebration of our Alumni Award recipients on Friday, October 6!
Our Alumni Award recipients will also be on campus Thursday, October 5, to get to know and work with current Escuela students.
Escuela’s alumni are wonderfully diverse and dedicated to their various callings. Scientists, artists, musicians, pilots, teachers, mathematicians, actors and writers, this is a group of life-long learners, creators and innovators, all with a robust sense of social responsibility. Their strong connection to the school and to each other is a testament to the unique Escuela legacy.
One of the guiding principles of Montessori education is helping children to become independent. Freedom for students to choose classwork according to their interests and ability level is a core principle for any Montessori classroom. While this might cause people to picture chaos as they imagine a whole classroom of children moving in different directions all at once, Dr. Maria Montessori tells us this is not the case. In The Absorbent Mind, she states, “To let the child do as he likes when he has not yet developed any powers of control is to...
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From Escuela Students to Escuela Staff
Ms. Kate Chavez
Mr. Michael Chavez Liberman
Harwood Cafe - Lunch Program
Ms. Shaina Brinkman
Toddler - South
Ms. Sarah Louderbough
Level Director - Elementary
Ms. Jolie Guiney Fletcher
Toddler - North
Ms. Paloma Springer
Jr. El - West
Ms. Dana, teacher in the Blue Room for many years, with two of her former students, Sam Freed and Forrest Goodluck.