• Engage

    Engage

    Fostering children's development of concentration, coordination, independence, and order, Children's House provides students with a prepared environment in which to engage deeply with developmentally appropriate materials.

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  • Explore

    Explore

    Lower Elementary curriculum engages the student's imagination, creativity, and exploratory nature while focusing on broad cultural concepts and academic skills.

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  • Interact

    Interact

    With a focus on enhancing research and study skills, the Upper Elementary environment stimulates the students to interact, synthesize information, think critically and analytically, and problem solve.

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  • Develop

    Develop

    Middle School students benefit from a rigorous academic curriculum, and develop strong interpersonal bonds while enhancing their intellectual and social consciousness.

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  • A Thank You from Hadero School in Ethiopia!

    As we reported earlier this fall, Torin O. spearheaded a Lower Elementary community service project called Crayons for Ethiopia. Recently, Liz McGovern and WEEMA International delivered the crayons collected by Oak Meadow LE students to the students at Hadero School in Ethopia. The majority of the students had never even seen a crayon! They were so thankful for the donation, and enjoyed the crayons right away. We hope you'll check out this great video of the children enjoying their new crayons! Thank you to Torin and to the entire Lower Elementary!

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    Regional Science Fair

    Five Oak Meadow students participated in the Regional Science, Technology and Engineering Fair in Lowell this past weekend, each earning awards for their prowess in the field of science: Amelia Kovacs - 1st place
    Lucy Anderson - 2nd place
    Natalie Hoover - 3rd place
    Kiran Tremblay - 3rd place
    Christopher Hennessey - Honorary participant

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    Students Return from MMUN in New York City

    Many congratulations to Oak Meadow's 2014 Montessori Model United Nations (MMUN) team that spent last weekend representing Oak Meadow as UN delegates in New York City. Being a member of the MMUN team is an extensive academic commitment. Assigned to represent the country of South Sudan, 6 Middle School students began preparing for the MMUN Conference in January. Under the guidance of Middle School teacher Barbara Orlowitz, the students met every Thursday and Saturday to research and work collaboratively on resolutions for global issues. The team even had an opportunity to interview an international resource via Skype, Makarand Sahasrabuddhe, who works with Oxfam and spent time in South Sudan. Each member of the team ultimately wrote a position paper focused on a specific topic to be presented in New York City.

22 Apr

NO SCHOOL - Spring Break

Thru: 4/25/2014
28 Apr

MS Field Trip to Washington, D.C.

Thru: 5/2/2014

Monday Morning Meeting

The Rizzi Center
8:40am - 9:15am