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Montessori Country Day School

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5117 La Branch St, Houston, TX 77004

(713) 522-2032

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Montessori Country Day School is an educational institution that offers individualized curriculum and child-centered programs. The institute is affiliated with the American Montessori Society. Its lower elementary division offers a variety of educational and extracurricular programs for students in grades one through three. The institute s upper elementary division provides educational opportunities for students in grades three through six. Additionally, Montessori Country Day School offers a variety of programs and services for infants. The institute provides full- and half-day programs, as well as special projects at the preprimary and elementary levels. It offers summer projects that are related to geography, culture, language and creative expression. Montessori Country Day School is located in Houston.
Regular HoursM-F
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Phone: (713) 522-2256

Phone: (713) 520-0738

Primary Phone: (713) 520-0738

Fax Number: (713) 524-0569

Fax: (713) 524-0569

Southmore, South Central Houston, The Museum District

Montessori Country Day School Of Houston

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Private Schools (K-12), Child Care, Educational Services, Elementary Schools, Preschools & Kindergarten, Schools, Special Education


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wild hare children... some parents in denial

Country Day is an authentic, world class Montessori school. I have seen some children whose parents are in denial about their lack of parenting skills or about a special need their child might have. Those children require an inordinate amount of time and attention from a skilled teacher. The teachers have extrordinary passion and high skills, but ... they are not miracle workers with undiagnosed, special needs children. Most children function beautifully and mine are among that population. I respect the teachers and hold them in awe. it is just too bad that some parents have blinders on about their little wild hares. Montessori schools are about making the match. Often, it is the parent who will not be a good partner, an active learner so their child can grow developmentally. In my child's toddler class, I have seen these families who take up the time and attention of teachers. I want people to know there are others in attendance who love the sanity, the peacefulness, the enrichment in the curriculum, but most of all, we love our children's teachers. Some people are just negative nay-sayers and can't seem grow and learn as well as their children might. It is a team approach and, unfortunately, these parents are the Bobby Knights of toddlerdom.