Deadline extended to order Upper El supply boxes at the pre-order rate of $40.
The school store is once again purchasing Upper El supply packets for the upcoming school year. It’s a great experience for the students, and no more running around for you!
Please note that we will only be accepting online orders, and there will be no refunds.
Thank you to our PRM parents for showing our teachers and staff how much their hard-work and dedication is valued all year, from the snack cart to encouraging signs for our hallways to Teacher Appreciation Week. A special thank you to Julie Smith for organizing and coordinating so many creative ways to show our appreciation over this past year!
As always, thank you to our amazing teachers and staff, who have continued to go above and beyond during a challenging and unique year!
Special thanks to PRM parent Gabe Gerber, who generously donated his time to design and install the clock and the plaque.
PRM students get a discount, and a portion of proceeds goes to our PTO. Both boys and girls are welcome, ages 8-18. Come join the legion of kids who have loved attending this camp! See the Stratagemics website or email Mr. Curt for more information.
Please do not send applications/payment to school or place in the lobby PTO box. Thank you!
Note: Photo from summer 2019
The Executive Director of Student Wellness and Academic Support for CMS recently provided us with a FREE resource from Mecklenburg County for families seeking additional social/emotional support for their child(ren) during the pandemic. The programs take place remotely and outside of school hours. SYDKYML serves K-8, while SPARC network will support high school aged youth. Parents may enroll their children directly in either program. For additional information, please contact the providers directly.
It is an unfortunate reality that young children are often exposed to violence before parents intend or are ready for it to happen. Violence associated with racial injustice and inequality has dominated the news over the past year, and young children may have questions and worries about the pieces of information they’ve accumulated through various sources. Discussing this topic with young ones is difficult and delicate, but addressing their emotions is essential. This infographic, created by The National Association of School Psychologists, provides guidance for parents and educators as they navigate these discussions with children.
Testing time has returned! Love it or loathe it-reactions vary and can sometimes prove challenging to address. This article suggests several things that parents can do to help test days go as smoothly as possible. Noticing some nerves? A little of that is normal and actually improves performance, but too much can have the opposite effect. Here are some ways to address those worries at home.
Sun, sand, surf… summer!!! One advantage of summer is the ability to spend a little more time with your kids. One of the most important things parents can do while spending time with them is to listen effectively. This advice
May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month. One of our favorite aspects of Montessori education is the emphasis on learning about other cultures and celebrating their unique contributions to our world. The more we learn about cultures, the richer our experiences, the greater our understanding, and the better chance we have of establishing peace on our shared planet.
Our last day for office hours was Wednesday, April 28. Please email at any time with questions or concerns through the end of the year. We wish you a safe, happy, healthy, amazing summer! We’ll see you in the fall!
Betsy and Kae
If your address has changed, or will change over this summer, please let the office know as soon as possible. It will impact you receiving important summer mailing and will also impact your child’s transportation route, if eligible. You can find the required documentation and the address change form here.