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Montessori Buzz – April 11, 2023

Dear MA Families & Friends,

Save the date: Grandparents’ & Special Friends’ Day is May 26

We’re so excited to have our Grandparents and Special Friends join us on May 26 for short visits in the classrooms! We recently sent home two postcards – one for each side of the family. You’ll receive a letter with classroom-specific details soon. 

FYI: Contact Update – Tina’s name change

Our Executive Director, Tina, will be using her maiden name, Brown, moving forward. Her new email is

Musical: Thank you, Gold Sponsors!!

We are so fortunate to have multiple Gold sponsors for our Spring Musical – Annie Jr.!
Thank you to Gold Sponsor MS2 Productions for their generous sponsorship of Annie Jr. We are so thrilled to have your support for what is sure to be a fantastic musical!
Our long time friend, supporter, and alumni family, Murphy Bus Lines is returning as Gold sponsor for Annie Jr.! We are so grateful for your ongoing support of the Arts at Montessori Academy of London. Thank you!

Photos from the week

Toddler 2 Spring celebration

Toddler 2 is happy to celebrate spring and have enjoyed the warmer weather this week. On Thursday we coloured eggs together and even had a special egg hunt outside. We hope all the rain makes our garden grow. We can’t wait for more spring fun! Happy Spring!

Music with Casa 1 & JH Buddies

Casa 1 students had a field trip to Junior High today! They are learning about instrument families… so they came to hear the Junior High students play. They had a chance to get up close to some very cool instruments!

Passover celebration

Theodore brought in some Passover Matzos and the story of Passover to share with his friends. Thank you Theodore!

UE1 Geography

Learning about plate tectonics in Upper El.

UE1 periodic table

How cool is this handmade Periodic Table?! Here’s a joke for you: What’s Iron Man’s favourite amusement park ride? (scroll for the answer.)
The ferrous wheel!! 😀

UE math materials!

Last week the UE students learned about integers by using the negative snake game.

Our Elementary Yard Staff is looking sharp!

If you couldn’t spot our yard staff before, we bet you can now! These new jackets were kindly donated by an MA parent. Thank you, Shana!

From the Community



Growing Chefs is hosting summer programming. Learn more on their website:


The Royal City Soccer Club, a registered non-profit community organization, is proud to host their 31st annual popular grassroots summer soccer day camps.  The program is designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, FUN!  Uniquely designed to offer a soccer focus in the morning and a leisure swim with other organized activities in the afternoons to all children aged 5 to 13, the program operates during all weeks in July and August. Check out the website at for more information or call 1-800-427-0536.
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