School News

  • Up, Up and Away!

    Posted June 2, 2014

    On Thursday, May 26, a group of inquisitive Upper Elementary and Middle School student engineers from Oak Meadow School (OMS) in Littleton, MA launched their Space Cat high altitude balloon from a small private airfield in southwest New Hampshire.

  • Save the Date - Oak Meadow Invitational Golf Tournament!

    Posted June 2, 2014

    Mark your calendars now for the Oak Meadow Golf Tournament, Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at Butter Brook Golf Club in Westford. Rally your golf buddies as foursomes are needed!

  • Mahal Alvarez-Backus OMS '11 Excels in Track and Field

    Posted May 19, 2014

    Mahal Alvarez-Backus OMS '11, now a junior at Middlesex School in Concord, MA, recently participated in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Division III Track and Field Championship in Bath, ME. Mahal won the 800 meters, 1500 meters, and was part of the winning 4x400 meter relay team. In recognition of her three victories, she was selected as the most valuable female athlete of the meet. Congratulations, Mahal!

  • POSTPONED: OMPA's Spring Planting Day

    Posted May 16, 2014

    It may rain on Saturday, but that won't stop us on Sunday!

    The OMPA Spring Planting Day has been rescheduled for this Sunday, May 18, from 9 to noon due to the rainy forecast. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents and students to work together and enjoy the spring air. As always, no gardening skills required! Remember to bring your favorite gardening tools if you have them, and/or a pail to help water the plants. We hope you can join us!

  • Open House a Resounding Success

    Posted May 7, 2014

    Last Sunday's Open House was a huge success!

    Many thanks to those who attended and those who sent friends to check us out. As always, our student tour guides represented the school so well, and families continue to be impressed with how poised they are and how well they communicate their love for the school. Thank you Ava Goldman, Brendan Dube, Angela Tarantino, Isabella Princi, Victoria Princi, Maanasi Chintamani, Rianna Bottger, Meera Iyengar-Gupta, Lily Coles, and Morgan Collins. Special thanks to music teacher Steve Pixley and the 4th graders for the Trinidadian Steel Pan Drum performance. As always, thanks to our fantastic faculty, staff, Board of Trustees and parent representatives who share so much enthusiasm, passion and support for Montessori education.

    Erin Palmer, Director of Admission

  • UE Parent Shares Expertise With Middle School

    Posted May 7, 2014

    On Monday, 5 May, Mark Richards (father of OMS 5th grader Hyatt Mayor), an electronics engineer who enjoys Amateur Radio as a hobby, presented “Introduction to Radio Propagation: The Invisible, Ubiquitous Electromagnetic Wave” to Oak Meadow Middle School science students. A component of Oak Meadow’s STEM program, one in which students are at the root, this exposure aligned with the ongoing exploration of the frequency spectrum, from sound waves to light waves.

  • Grab Your Friends for This Sunday's Open House!

    Posted May 1, 2014

    We hope you'll join us for this Sunday's open house! Prospective families for the 2014-2015 school year are invited to tour, visit classrooms, and speak with teachers and current students. This year's admission open house will also feature an Art Show Preview Day hosted by Catherine Karp from 1-3 p.m. in The Rizzi Center; current family visits to 'next program level' to explore classrooms and meet faculty; new family visits by program level to explore classrooms and meet faculty; and a Trinidadian steel pan drum presentation by 4th grade students under the musical direction of Steve Pixley at both 1:15 and 1:45 p.m. Bring a friend and join us for what is sure to be a great day!

  • Special MMM Guest and Presentation

    Posted April 30, 2014

    We are so excited to be welcoming WEEMA International's Founding Director Liz McGovern to Monday Morning Meeting on May 5. Oak Meadow's Torin Osenar worked closely with Liz during his Crayons 4 Ethiopia project that was adopted by the entire Lower Elementary program. Liz was kind enough to transport from Massachusetts all the way to a school in Ethiopia the donated crayons collected by Torin and his classmates. Liz is passionate about the issues of extreme poverty, especially the effects of the water crisis on women and girls. Liz also works as a family physician in a federally funded community health center serving the urban poor including immigrants and newly arrived refugees. We hope you can join us for this special presentation!

  • A Thank You from Hadero School in Ethiopia!

    Posted April 18, 2014

    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!

  • Regional Science Fair

    Posted April 15, 2014

    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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