Join us for a Montessori Summer!
For Infant, Toddler, and Early Childhood students, the summer months are included as part of the year-round contract, providing a continuous Montessori learning environment for young children. Daily outdoor activities enrich our traditional Montessori curriculum, allowing students to bring their work into the courtyards and develop gross motor skills in our expansive natural playscape where children use real shovels for digging, balance on rocks with their bare feet in our sensory walk creek bed, develop their vestibular system in our labyrinth, and feed and care for our pig and chickens.
Upper School – 2021 Enrollment Closed
The Elementary Enrichment Summer 2021: An Outdoor Adventure and Performing Arts Experience is a 10-week summer enrichment program for rising 1st-6th grade students, which begins June 1 and concludes August 6. This year’s program is new and exciting! Areas of focus include:
- Outdoor exploration
- Hiking & camping skills
- Drama & musical theater
- Set & costume design
- Construction of our new outdoor stage
We plan to host an overnight family camping trip at a local state park over the July 10th weekend so students can put their hiking and camping skills to good use. There will also be an informal outdoor drama performance held near end of the summer. All activities will be primarily held outdoors for maximum COVID-safety precautions.
The Elementary Enrichment Summer program day is from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. We do not offer before care or extended day for the summer program.
There is a $50 non-refundable registration fee due at the time of registration.
Weeks 1 & 6: $230
Weeks 2-5 & 7-9: $290
- Week 1: June 1-4
- Week 2: June 6-11
- Week 3: June 14-18
- Week 4: June 21-25
- Week 5: June 28 – July 2
- Week 6: July 6-9
- Week 7: July 12-16
- Week 8: July 19-23
- Week 9: July 26-30
- Week 10: August 2-6
Developing the Creek Bed
Students are helping Mr. Walt prepare the creek bed by shoveling sand into dump trucks for easier transportation of the material.
Building a Rabbit Hutch
Upper Elementary students are building a rabbit hutch. Everyone helps to create and care for our environment at TMA.
Feeding the Chickens
Our students take part in caring for all of our animals, from the classroom to those who live outdoors. Here, we see Early Childhood students feeding our chickens.