November Reminders

School will be closed for Veterans Day on Monday, November 12. There are a couple of days left for the Toys and Co. School Event. Your purchase there through the 10th earns credit for the school. Just tell them at check out that you are with Salem

October Reminders and Updates

Reminders and Updates: -Our renovated playground is now open! Please stop by, if you haven’t done so already, to see the fun new features. We are deeply grateful to those of you who gave so generously to make this possible. -Please remember our parking policy – parking

How to talk so Little Kids Will Listen book discussion

Please join us for a book discussion of How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen (A Survival Guide to Life with Children Ages 2-7) by Joanna Faber & Julie King.  We will meet Mondays noon-1:00 on October 15, 22, and 29th.   Please use this link

Ordering from Small Hands Catalog

Dear Salem Montessori School Parents, Either you have already received or will receive a copy of the For Small Hands catalog. Our school will be participating in the For Small Hands Credit Promotion which allows us to earn credit to purchase classroom materials to enhance your child’s learning experience. All you

September Updates

Lunch Bunch begins Monday, September 10. Lunch Bunch is from noon to 1:00 and only requires a labeled lunchbox as an indication of sign up. The cost is $8 and will be billed monthly. – Our Infant/Parent Class will begin Tuesday, September 11. The class runs in

New SMS t-shirts available!

The Parent Council  is excited to bring you new 2018-19 t-shirts! Proceeds will be split among the four classrooms so that our teachers can purchase the supplies of their choice, such as books, practical life, sensorial or language materials. We hope your family will enjoy sporting these

Dress for Success

We adults think a lot about school success for the children we love. As we think about the cognitive and social skills that children need, we can sometimes overlook the practical skills that are the foundation for learning. Montessori knew that the independence a child gains through these skills leads to self-confidence and an “I can