This video does a wonderful job of extolling the attributes of a Montessori education. Every parent wants to have their child be engaged in learning and have a light in their eyes.
Business Manager/Human Resources Specialist
Application Deadline: May 23, 2011
Qualified persons interested in applying for the position should supply a resume to Carol Hiler at 1209 Texaco Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40508 or call 255-7330.
Length of Work Day: 7 Hours (80%)
Length of Work Year: Year Round, Excluding Holidays, Spring Break
General Job Description:
Perform advanced clerical accounting duties related to the preparation of monthly financial statements, conduct daily book-keeping activities related to school operations and support human resources functions. Job description available upon request.
Enrollment Openings for Full-Day and Half-Day Primary Classes for
2011-2012 School Year
Providence offers a full-day and a half-day primary classrooms serving children beginning at age three and continuing through the kindergarten year. The classrooms have a three-year age span to allow children to both learn from and teach other children.
There are typically 25 children in each classroom and three teachers. The primary program offers half-day (8:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. or 12:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.) and full-day (7:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m.)
Call the office at 255-7330 if you are interested or know of another family who would like more information.
Providence's 3rd Annual International Night was a big success. The parents, students and teachers celebrated the Hispanic culture with food, games, singing and activities.
The students have been hard at work raising money to help bring Green Bean home. Our foal will be auctioned off by LexArts in January. Keep sending in your change and watch Green Bean race around our track out front of the school.
Classroom VII and VIII had a once in a life time experience when they attended the WEG (World Equestrian Games) in October at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Recently we have had the good fortune of purchasing adjoining properties at 1211 and 1215 Texaco Road. The implementation of a campus wide management plan, the first stage being the re-development of the properties, will occur within the next two years. The outcomes will focus on student safety, improved traffic flow, parking, and ecologically sound practices. This plan, along with future implementation phases, will allow our school to continue to remain in the forefront of Montessori schools in Lexington and across the nation. Ways to Give
John Martin - $3,440. Green Leaves. Educating students of the importance of water conservation, water quality and storm water run-off management. Students will collaborate with art teachers sculpting natural forms, which will be cast in a fountain on campus, representing the constant replenishing of the earth's natural resources through the flow of water.
View Inside Providence-Art Section to see pictures of the fountain's progress.
All the children of Providence are working on a weaving project that will be auctioned off at the Providence ROCKS Event on April 24th. The weaving is called Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.
Classroom VII enjoys the snow on the playground by building a life-size snowman.