September – October 2013
WPMS Families will gather at Richland Township Barn for 3 hours of fun and community time. The Hospitality Committee of WPMS has arranged for “Almazing”, local magician to entertain. The children will have games and crafts plus the playground. Parents will meet other parents in a relaxed atmosphere of fun.
Fall Festival 2013
This year’s Fall Festival will be circus themed and will feature lots of fun, great food, and a magician. Please wear WPMS shirts if you have them. Also, we are running a canned goods and non-perishable drive for North Hills Community Outreach. Please bring those items with you to the festival.
There is still time to Volunteer
Click here to sign up to bring a food item.
Click here to sign up to volunteer at the event.
At the parent meeting you will learn about the four main areas of all Montessori classrooms (practical life, sensorial, math and language). As you arrive you will be placed in a group and you will rotate with your group from room to room so that you can experience the materials, the environments and hear from each teacher.
The meeting is a wonderful opportunity to meet other families, learn more about Montessori 3-6 programs and experience the ‘work’ that your child is (will be) involved with daily.
This event is for both new and returning parents. Please RSVP to the office by calling 412-487-2700. Childcare will be provided for this meeting, but please call to reserve a spot for your children.
The first Parent Meeting of the 2013/2014 school year is The Areas of the Classroom. Each teacher will talk about one of the 4 main areas of every Montessori classroom as the parents move room to room learning from them. Child care is provided. Don’t forget to RSVP!
Children in the yellow, blue, red and extended day/kindergarten classes will be individually photographed outdoors. There will also be group class photos taken. Proofs will be sent home for selection in the Thursday folders. Rain date will be 10/30. Toddler pictures will be taken in the spring.
Attending an open house is a great way to see if the Montessori environment for your child or children. See the classrooms, meet the teachers as well as some of the current students and parents.