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September Newsletter

September Newsletter


A Note from Our Principal

As we prepare for the new school year, we wanted to extend a warm welcome to our new families and a sincere thank you to our returning families. We had such a wonderful summer and are looking forward to another successful year of learning, fun, and growth. Please make sure to read all the information over the next couple of weeks as there is a lot to share.


Randi Ruzicka

Transparent Classroom

As we transition away from tadpoles for communication, and record keeping please make sure you are registered with transparent classroom to stay up to date. If you need help, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the front desk to get started.


National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15. Books are an easy and interactive way to expand your child’s awareness and appreciation of Hispanic culture. We’ve gathered three stories to read with your child: Coquí in the City by Nomar Perez, Round is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes by Roseanne Greenfield Thong, and Camera Full of Wishes by Matt de la Peña.


Important Dates (Header 2)

September 4 – Labor Day – School Closed

September 5- First day of school

September 5- Year in full due date

September 15- Year in Full pizza due

September 20- Class pictures

September 27 & 28- Fall pictures from life touch

September 29 – End-of-month folders go home


New On Our Preschool Blog

Geography, taught right, is a beautiful way of stoking a child’s imagination. From preschool through elementary, our students embark on a captivating journey of discovery, developing a deep appreciation for our planet’s diverse cultures, landforms, and interconnectedness. Head to the blog to learn what makes geography at Montessori Academy Idaho a unique and compelling experience for children!


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