The Children bring their lunch. We provide an organic morning snack and we occassionally make food like popsicles, pesto, garden harvestings, and bread to allow children to delight in the kitchen then we divide up the fruits of our labor.
Do You provide lunch and/ or snacks?
What is the child to Teacher Ratio?
We Do! We discuss this based on availability and how many children you would like to enroll. We also offer discounts for tuition paid in advance annually.
Do You offer a discount to families enrolling multiple children?
Yes, please. Accidents are fine. Mainly they need to be out of diapers during the day. (We are not licensed for diapering or pull-ups).
Does My Child need To be Potty Trained To Attend?
Children 2 ½ (and toilet trained~although accidents are okay) to entry to first grade. Two years six months is the earliest children can attend here (our license).
Is My Kiddo the right Age?
Can I come Tour midtown montessori?
We would love if you did! We conduct school tours lasting about 15 to 30 minutes at 3:15 in the afternoon. If you would like a school tour or alternatively, a morning parent observation, please complete the waiting list application and ask to be added to the parent tour/observation calendar.
Do you offer full and Part-Time Care?
For parents who have flexibility in their schedules, Midtown Montessori offers a 4 day a week option. However, five-day programs create the consistency that is so important to young children and essential in developing a grounded Montessori classroom experience, and most of our children come 5 days. The primary goal of Montessori involves creating a culture of consistency, order, and empowerment. We can combine schedules to make (example) 3 full days and 2 half days, for your coverage and your child’s maximum experience.
We have capacity for 22 children (our license is 26).
Midtown Montessori is staffed to provide a 7:1 ratio throughout the day, with never more than 11 children with a single staff member at any time. There is always a minimum of 2 staff on site, even at the end of the day when there is one child remaining.