Armatage Montessori School is a public magnet in Southwest Minneapolis. The Montessori education method creates a nurturing, child-centered environment using materials that cultivate your child's natural desire to learn.  Our school serves Pre-Kindergarten, ECSE, and Kindergarten-5th grade students.  Our school day begins at 7:30 am and ends at 2:00 pm.  

Armatage State of the School: 2019-2020
Monday, October 14, 2019 7:25 AM

Principal Joan Franks shares the 2019-2020 State of Armatage School in the attached document.

The purpose of the State of the School presentation is to:

● Provide information about the current state of the school

● Provide an update on the School Improvement Plan

● Share priorities, goals, and strategies for improvement

● Provide ways in which families can be engaged throughout the year

● Describe the communication parents/guardians can expect to receive regarding their child’s progress

Welcoming Equity Committee Launch Meeting
Monday, October 14, 2019 7:20 AM

Welcoming Equity Committee Launch Meeting

Please join us: Monday, October 21, 6:30-8pm Armatage Recreation Center

**Food provided. Children welcome!**

The Welcoming Equity (WE) Committee is a group of parents working collaboratively to advance diversity, equity, social justice, and intercultural understanding within the Armatage Montessori School community.

Click the title link for more details.

Armatage SEL Parent Connection: October 2019
Monday, October 14, 2019 7:15 AM

October 2019: Caring for yourself and others

Dear Parents & Guardians, This month our social emotional learning theme is caring for yourself and others. We will be looking for ways that we can care for one another and take care of ourselves. As a family, what do you do to foster caring behaviors? Sometimes we take actions, but don’t name them. Think about having conversations about how you have helped someone or been a caretaker. If you notice this behavior in your child, point this out and encourage this type of behavior. We will be honoring students who go out of their way to care for others at Armatage at our next Student of the Month celebration! Thanks for all that you do to show your child what caring behavior looks, sounds and feels like!

Read our full article here, with suggestions for articles & resources about fostering caring behavior.

-Mrs. Franks & Ms. Seeley