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Congratulations to Mrs. McCormack's Class!
Montessori School 27 would like to recognize Mrs. McCormack's class for winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize in the UNA Southern New York State Division Video Contest. "The World I Want."
We extend a special thanks to our supportive parents. The topics the children chose, their understanding of international issues, and their achievements are noteworthy for a group of 6th graders.
Here are the winners:
1st Prize - Sebastian Batista: Saving Our World Oceans
2nd Prize - Cyan Prudhomme: Women's Rights
3rd Prize - Taylor Courtney: Shadows in Our World
All who participated will receive certificates and the winners will receive checks as well. Sebastian Batista, the First Place winner, will also receive a trip to the United Nations and be able to participate in an event with our Young Professionals. Fantastic job!
Healthy Respect Character Education Program: Grades 4 - 6
The Healthy Respect Character Education program focuses on self-esteem, self-confidence and self-efficacy. Read more...
Our School is once again involved with Project Character. This program will accentuate the Montessori lessons of Grace and Courtesy.
Look for more information to be posted here about our students achievements.
The four CRITICAL objectives of Project CHARACTER may be summarized as:
(1) Curriculum Restructuring to focus on the Six Pillars of Character: respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, caring, justice and fairness, and civic virtue and citizenship in all content courses and on school-wide social problems,
(2) Implementation and Training among approximately five new target schools each year, and
(3) Integrating Computer ApplicationsThe Character Education Public Policy Analyst (CEPPA) and The Public Policy Analyst (PPA), all of which develops
(4) Learning standards in both character and academic achievement related to the new NY content standards.