aspCome join the Spring Session of our After School Programs!  We have a wide variety of classes from Fitness to Tennis, from Chess to Crochet, from Keyboarding (typing) to Jewelry Making.

New Classes for this Session:

Gardening

Do you love plants? Are you interested in starting your own garden? If so then gardening class is for you! In this class we will be exploring the world of plants and learning how to grow them. We will be planting a container herb garden. We will also learn how to grow vegetables and berries so you can plant your own veggie garden at home. This class is not just about plants, but about your whole garden. Prepare to make fun garden markers, houses for bees and your very own handmade clay planter!

Kids Self-Defense –

Krav Maga is a system of easy to learn, practical self defense. This high energy class will focus on confidence building, bully prevention and team building. At the core of our program is our 6 training principles: Be Patient, Be Polite, Be Alert, Be Brave, Do Your Best and Respect Yourself and Others. Our goal is to develop confident leaders and role models with the knowledge of how to protect themselves. No uniform is required. Mixed Martial Arts gloves will be necessary to protect the hands as there will be contact with pads. You can purchase them as an add on when registering for this class.  Please note this class is 45 minutes long and ends at 4:15pm.

Sports Skills– Summer is around the corner and it’s time to gear up for those Summer Sports! In this class, students will learn how to play soccer, football, field hockey, basketball, and baseball. We will practice sports with fun, cooperative games and drills and focus on the necessary skills. This is a great time to improve skills or even learn new sports. We plan on being outside as much as possible, depending on our crazy spring weather.

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January 26, 2017 @ 9:15 am posted by Brycie Strother

DCS Montessori Upper Elementary visits Young AmeriTowne! Young AmeriTowne is an award-winning educational program offered to 4th and 5th grade teachers to help teach students about business, economics and free enterprise in a fun and hands-on way. Young AmeriTowne has received countless accolades for its engaging format and its applicability across all types of student and school demographics. More than 290 schools across Colorado participate in Young AmeriTowne each year. ... See MoreSee Less

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DCS Montessori Upper Elementary visits Young AmeriTowne! Young AmeriTowne is an award-winning educational program offered to 4th and 5th grade teachers to help teach students about business, economics and free enterprise in a fun and hands-on way. Young AmeriTowne has received countless accolades for its engaging format and its applicability across all types of student and school demographics. More than 290 schools across Colorado participate in Young AmeriTowne each year.

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Weather Information

January 4, 2017 @ 6:03 pm posted by Brycie Strother

What happens when the weather is bad?

Because of Colorado’s unpredictable weather, the District has adopted storm emergency procedures.  DCS Montessori has chosen to follow the District weather procedures.  School closures and delays are announced over most local radio and television stations, on the district website and the district hot line.  Note: we are NOT “Castle Rock Montessori.”

The Weather Hotline number:    303-387-7669 (SNOW)

Click here for School Closure / Delay Status:  We are in the Highlands Ranch Area

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Working on your Taxes?

December 30, 2016 @ 8:17 am posted by Brycie Strother

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WORKING ON YOUR TAXES?

Our Tax ID number is #84-1412032.

For Preschool, Kindergarten and Childcare Tuition and other Fees: Remember to log into the Campus Portal, click Fees, and print out your statements.  You can print a statement for any year needed.

For Summer Camps and After School Programs:  View the  Instructions to Print Tax Statements through Parent Portal  This will get you a statement for your Summer Camps and After School Programs.

This is not to imply that any of these fees are tax deductible, this is for you and your tax professional to determine.

 

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We are honored to host this year’s Colorado Montessori Association Montessori Conference!
The CMA welcomes your suggestions for topics for workshops.  Areas to be presented are Primary/ Early Childhood, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, Secondary, Administration, and Parenting.  Below is the link to a survey, being conducted by CMA to determine the interest level of people who might attend the Montessori Conference at our school on April 29. We hope to generate enough parental interest to have workshops designed to meet your needs ~ Parents, Please complete this survey.
 CMAlogo.jpgThe Colorado Montessori Association Presents:
​Spring Conference April 29, 2017  at
DCS Montessori Charter School   311 Castle Pines Pkwy,  Castle Pines, CO   80108
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Arts Festival

January 17, 2017 @ 8:00 am posted by Brycie Strother

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DCS Montessori Arts Festival

Friday Evening from 6pm to 9pm & Saturday Morning from 9am – 1pm (February 10-11, 2017)

Ms. Lorraine and Mr. Sam would like to invite all students to participate in the third annual DCS Montessori Arts Festival! Our school is blessed with some amazing student talent and we would like to showcase the students through an arts and crafts exhibit as well as a performing arts talent show! We will have professional judges awarding 1st -3rd place in each category.

We will use this opportunity to help raise funds for both the music and art departments to be able to expand what is offered to the students through their programs. The festival includes literary arts with categories for short story and poetry.  Please note:  LITERARY ARTS SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 in order to give the judges enough time to read and evaluate the entries.

Please read this flyer for further details:  Arts Festival Info & Entry Form

 

Location:  DCS Montessori School Main Campus

Admission $5.00 per family or $1.00 per person, cash or check made out to DCSM

Performing Arts & Art Gallery:   Friday, February 10th 6pm – 9pm

Art Gallery:  Saturday, February 11th  9am – 1pm

Schedule for Performing Arts – Performing Arts will be on Friday Night

2017 Arts Festival Final Standings

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