As you know, Riis has been at Community Montessori now for a little over a month. I can’t tell you how grateful we are that he went to your preschool. Riis entered Kindergarten well ahead of BVSD standards, and has shown his leadership skills and intellectual curiosity to the teachers every day. I attribute this to the four years he spent at Patience Montessori.
Patience Montessori gave Riis the tools to succeed both in the school and in his personal life.
From the parent perspective, we always knew Riis was in a safe environment, and truly cared for by the teachers. And the community of friends Riis, Lance & I made continue on even though we’re all at different schools.
I just wanted to reach out to you to let you know that we still think of you and the teachers and school often. Though we’ve moved on to the big world of Kindergarten, our hearts are forever grateful for everything you’ve done to create the strongest foundation possible for our son.
We’ll stay in touch.
I will third Patience Montessori. My son LOVES his teachers and loves going to school. It is a wonderful place!
I want to share with you my wonderful experiences of Patience Montessori in the event that you are looking for a phenomenal school/day care.
They accept 6 weeks old – 6 year olds. They offer heartful, intelligent, gentle, and loving education/care. Patience Montessori is a family owned facility, which teaches not only the finest Montessori education principles, but also has an inter-cultural atmosphere. You’ll hear music from around the world playing and see art everywhere from different cultures. It’s like stepping into a school reflective of our world, not just our town.
I cannot say enough about the staff. They genuinely care about each and every child and treat the parents and children with the utmost respect.
Our children are our most precious gift, and I can only imagine if Montessori is something you are drawn to, you will LOVE this school.
We love Patience Montessori, at 28th and Kalmia in Boulder! It is fairly new, so kids get lots of personal attention, and the teachers are fantastic. They are open year round, accept kids infant through kindergraten, offer part-time options, great hours, affordable fees, and have no waiting list right now. It’s hard to find a Montessori for younger kids, I’ve found, and most other daycares and schools have waiting lists, so we feel fortunate to have found such a great gem of a school for our 17 month old daughter!
I was in your same situation with going back to work full-time when our
son was 12 weeks old. We have settled on Patience Montessori and he
was in the infant room there when they first opened and he’s now in the
Wobbler room. I’ve been really happy with the school, the staff,
Patience and the methods they use with the children. I can honestly say
my son has learned more in 1 year of being there than I would have ever
thought I could teach him. It’s been fantastic.
You really ought to include Patience Montessori on your list as well. At almost 16 months old, it amazes me what my son is able to do based on things they have taught him already at his “school”. It is wonderful. Best of luck in your search!
I must agree that Patience Montessori is wonderful. My 3.5 yr. old started a few weeks ago and we are extremely happy. The head teacher – Kate is just fabulous. I would highly recommend checking it out. Good luck.
I really wanted to express how happy I am to have Kaleo at your school. He’s grown tremendously and it’s been a joy watching him learn from all the kids in the classroom. I commend whoever made the decision to hire Marisa and Irina for the infant room. They both are fantastic and so dedicated to their work and to the children. I couldn’t have asked for more. Thank you again for all of your hard work and I hope you have a wonderful and restful break. See you next year!