An excellent Montessori education for ages 18 months to 8th grade.
Outdoor Adventure Program Ages 3-15
Vaulting and Riding program for children and adults.
Butler Montessori is an AMI (Association Montessori International) accredited school for children ages 18 months through eighth grade, situated on a beautiful 22-acre rural campus.
Butler supports the development of the whole child through academics, music, arts, and physical education including our unique equestrian program. Butler Montessori guides children toward independence and social responsibility creating the basis for education as a lifelong process based on a solid academic foundation.
- Nov. 18 – Restaurant Night, California Pizza Kitchen, Washingtonian Rio, 5:00-9:00 PM
- Nov. 19 – Make Up Picture Day, 9:00 AM
- Nov. 20- Investigating the Intermediates, 7:00PM
- Nov. 26-28 – No School, Thanksgiving Break
- Dec. 6 – Adults-Only Holiday Party, 7:00 PM
Please remember pizza order with payment is due on Thursday morning! If pizza is not ordered on Thursday morning, please provide lunch for your child on Friday.
Restaurant Night: Tuesday, Nov. 18, 5:00-9:00 PM, California Pizza Kitchen.
Support Butler Montessori by enjoying dinner out, and 20% of all proceeds are given to Butler! Please be sure to review proper restaurant grace and courtesy with your children before heading out to dine.
Picture Make-up Day: Wednesday, Nov. 19, 9:00 AM.
Students who were absent will have their photos taken in the morning. If you would like your child to re-take a picture, please return the unwanted photos.
Investigating the Intermediates: Thursday, Nov. 20, 7:00 PM, in the Park House.
The evening will present an overview of the Intermediate curriculum and academics, as well as discuss the program’s creative expressions, trips and micro-economy. We want to extend a special invitation to the parents of our Elementary Fifth and Sixth Year Students to be a part of this important and informative evening. Child care is available, no charge. Emailheather@butlerschool.org
PEP (Parent Encouragement Program):
PEP offers wonderful classes and seminars to help support parents in the raising of their children. Several classes are coming up soon. Check out their website: pepparent.org for more information on the following:
- “Smartphones & The Connected Child”, Nov. 19, 7:30-9:30 PM
- “Solving Sibling Problems: How to Guide Your Kids from Fighting to Friendship”, Dec. 1, 7:30-9:00 PM
- “The Truth About Consequences; Effective Disciple Without Punishment”, Dec. 3, 9:45-11:45 AM
Children with a Cause:
Lower Elementary children Olivia Sordo, Imani Lovelace, Madeleine Neigh, and Cassie Rajaomanera are interested in helping Ebola Victims in West Africa. They will be collecting money to send to “Doctors without Borders”. The students have been discussing human empathy in comparison to the animal kingdom. A pink piggy bank is on the desk in the main office. Please consider donating to their cause!
Fall Festival was a fabulous event! Many, many thanks to our volunteers who made the Enchanted Trail special, and helped make the entire day so much fun, from the cake walk, pumpkin decorating and music to the zap line, climbing wall, and hay rides! Also, it was such a thrill to see the dedication of the new building.
A special shout-out to our wonderful Fall Festival Chair, Viji Selvapathy, for all her hard work to make the day such a success!
Save the Dates!
BPC Adults-only Holiday Party: December 6, 7:00 – 9:00 PM. More details to follow soon!
And, make sure December 18 is on the calendar for Winter Festival!