Montessori Milestones

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Montessori Milestones


Happy Anniversary!

Congratulations to the following AMS-member schools on achieving significant anniversary milestones! We wish them continued success in the future.

40th Anniversary

Montessori Children's House of Morristown

Morristown, NJ

Marilyn Stewart, Head of School

Montessori School of Huntsville

Huntsville, AL

Kathy O'Reilly, Head of School

Montessori School of Lake Forest

Lake Forest, IL

Lissa Hektor, Director

Richmond Montessori School

Richmond, VA

Woody Woodard, Interim Head

Xavier University Montessori Teacher Education Program

Cincinnati, OH

Elizabeth L. Bronsil, Director

30th Anniversary

Sands Montessori School

Cincinnati, OH

Barry Thomas, Principal

White Rock Montessori

Dallas, TX

Sue Henry, Director

25th Anniversary

Blackstock Montessori School

Villa Rica, GA

Laura Gayle McCord, Head of School

Madison Montessori School

Madison, NJ

Teresa Armstrong, Head of School

Montessori School of Bowling Green

Bowling Green, OH

Adrienne Moyer, Executive Director

20th Anniversary

La Casita Bilingue Montessori School

Pinole, CA

Zamahara Berkov-Rojas, Head of School

Montessori Tides School

Jacksonville Beach, FL

Kathy Graham, Director

10th Anniversary

Poe Montessori Magnet School

Raleigh, NC

Sally L. Reynolds, Head of School

Scribbles Montessori School

Fremont, CA

Elizabeth Thurai, Director/Administrator

If your AMS-member school or AMS-affiliated teacher education program, will soon be celebrating a decade or quarter-century anniversary, we want to know about it! Contact Carey Jones at carey_ink@yahoo.com. Please include your school name, city and state, and head of school, and put "School Anniversary" in the subject line of your e-mail.

Congratulations!

Hats off to newly accredited and reaccredited Montessori schools.

Initial accreditation by AMS with cooperating agency:

The Boyd Schools

Broadlands Campus, Ashburn, VA

Fairfax Campus, Fairfax, VA

Herndon Campus, Herndon, VA

Reston Campus, Herndon, VA

Westfields Campus, Chantilly, VA

Mary Ann Woosley and Tim Beckworth, Owners

SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools)

St.

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