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Members of the Escuela del Sol Montessori community are invited to submit nominations for the school’s first-ever Alumni Award!
Nominations will be open from March 20-April 30, 2023
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.
Elementary Art Show
Visit the Elementary Art Show in Harwood’s front gallery! Show closes May 19.
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Do you have a new job? Have you gotten married or added to your family? Are you moving? We want to hear from you! Send us your latest updates and we will share them with our community and your fellow Escuela alumni!
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Ways to Give
Escuela alumni often talk about the moment they realized their experience was different from other schools. Annual tax-deductible gifts (as per IRS regulations) illustrate the passion and generosity of our community, bringing us to where we are today. Your continued support herald great things for the next 50 years!
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
We want to share YOUR Escuela story! Use the contact form to tell us about your Escuela experience and what you’re doing now!
Ms. Dana, teacher in the Blue Room for many years, with two of her former students, Sam Freed and Forrest Goodluck.