http://www.wtvq.com/2015/10/21/lexington-teacher-wins-travel-fellowship/ Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ) — Most days you’ll find Janet Shedd or Miss Shedd in classroom four at Providence Montessori. She’s been a teacher there for nine years. But in early September, Shedd was studying geography, plants and animals in … Read More
Our school received this banner as an award from the City of Lexington at the Earth Day Celebration for: water conservation, energy conservation, and volunteers of the year!!!
Four Lexington schools and one in Richmond claimed top honors for Kentucky in the 2014 national Recycle-Bowl Competition. Lexington’s Providence Montessori Middle School placed first, Montessori High School second, Leestown Middle third, Cardinal Valley Elementary fourth, and White Hall Elementary … Read More
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photo by Nevie Everly The third-grade students of Providence Montessori’s Classroom IV are the recipients of the Fayette County Farm Bureau’s Spring Reimbursement Gardening Grant. The grant supports Classroom IV’s spring planting of cold weather crops including carrots, beets, radishes, … Read More
Scouting is alive and well at Providence — scouts have been meeting at our school for over a decade. Here on the Providence campus are two scouting projects done by Providence alums: Alumnus Wesley Walker created this amphitheater. This sets … Read More
Providence students recently participated in “Kids Can Hunger,” a food drive to benefit God’s Pantry Food Bank. Our students collected 1,691 pounds of food — that’s a retail value of $2,807! Way to go! Click here to learn about the … Read More
Experts chime in about the best ways to fix the K-12 education problems in our country. Montessori is mentioned more than once — read all about it here.
Providence Montessori has earned a Certificate of Appreciation from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Environmental Commission. One of the Bio-Retention swales Parent Julie Brock submitted a nomination letter describing the planet-friendly reconfiguration of the school’s entrance. The water conserving bioswale … Read More