ONE STUDENT AT A TIME.

INSTILLING A LOVE OF LEARNING

ONE STUDENT AT A TIME.

INSTILLING A LOVE OF LEARNING

Welcome to The Montessori School of San Antonio

Where we guide children to be passionate learners, independent thinkers, and engaged citizens.

History

The Montessori School of San Antonio was founded as the Judson School โ€“ a Montessori Workshop in 1974 by Gay and Jim Judson. That year, 18 Primary level students (aged 3 toย 6) attended classes in space leased from Asbury United Methodist Church on San Pedro Avenue. After the school expanded to three sections of Primary students, it began to serve older children as well, adding its first section of Lower Elementary in 1981 and Upper Elementary in 1985. Pressed for space, in 1986 the rapidly-expanding school found a new home at 705 Trafalgar, the current location of the Alamo Heights Tennis Center. That same year the school added its first Middle School class.

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I would suggest everyone including the staff at the school to watch this video Dr. Orscheln (expert infectious disease doctor) answering some basic questions about going back to school recommendations

Thanks for doing this. The sound is a little low. Is there a way to raise the volume on the mic?

thanks!

sound is faint

Please you should regard your sources of information in a hierarchical fashion, paying most attention to what the American Academy of Pediatrics and Center for Disease Control recommends.

Thank you for this session! Over the coming weeks these kinds of communications will be very helpful since we can't be there in person. Thank you and the staff for all of the work that has gone in to getting the plan together!

We need to see the videos showing procedures as soon as possible to make an educated decision about leaving the kids home with online learning or coming back to the campus

Now where can we buy those awesome MSSA masks?!? ๐Ÿคฉ

Can you please speak louder? We can’t hear you well ๐Ÿ™

Thank you so much for this!

Thank you for this

Thank you for doing this, virtually or in-person we are very excited to begin the school year.

Awesome mask!

The sound is low

Thank You!!

I am not sure if I heard this right or not (could not hear that well), but did Dr. Dan say that if someone tests positive for COVID the school/classroom will not be closed for cleaning because everyone is wearing a mask and social distancing?

For those of us moving up, when and how will we know what classroom we are in. Apologies if you’ve already answered this. I had a hard time with audio initially...

Thank you

Thank you

So, from what I am hearing if September 8 was tomorrow you would allow in-person attendance?

Hi I am a pediatric cardiologist at UT , the link I just posted offers the advise of a good friend (expert pediatric infectologist) from Washington University about going to back to school safely during COVID.

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Congratulations to Upper Elementary student Sri Aadithya who is a top 20 finalist in the Idea Tank for Kids competition.

Sri presented his idea, "Reduce, Reuse, Reveggie," to use technology to connect people and places with extra food to people and places without food to a panel of international judges over Zoom. As a finalist, Sri won books personalized by the award-winning children's author, speaker, and founder of Idea Tank for Kids, Ms. Lowey Sichol, and a $50 cash prize.

Sri said he loved the opportunity to pitch his idea to a big audience and be part of an effort to help the community. He is currently working on making his idea a reality with a team of teachers and coaches to support him.
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Congratulations to Upper Elementary student Sri Aadithya who is a top 20 finalist in the Idea Tank for Kids competition.  

Sri presented his idea, Reduce, Reuse, Reveggie, to use technology to connect people and places with extra food to people and places without food to a panel of international judges over Zoom. As a finalist, Sri won books personalized by the award-winning childrens author, speaker, and founder of Idea Tank for Kids, Ms. Lowey Sichol, and a $50 cash prize.

Sri said he loved the opportunity to pitch his idea to a big audience and be part of an effort to help the community. He is currently working on making his idea a reality with a team of teachers and coaches to support him.

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Great job, Sri Aadithya! I am so proud of you. Please keep everyone up-to-date with your progress.

Great work, Sri!!! So exciting, and we’re proud of you! ๐ŸŽ‰

Great job!

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Amazing! Sri Aadithya, are you taking this idea to the next step?? May we help make this happen?!?

Wow! Very proud of you, Sri Aadithya! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

Well done, Sri Aadithya ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ It was so interesting to watch!

Fantastic work, Sri! Congratulations!

Congrats!! That’s awesome!! Keila says she’s proud of him!

Well done Sri Aadithya! Proud of you!

Congrats!

Great job!

Amazing!!

So proud of you, Sri Aadithya!! โค

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