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New Rochelle's Hudson Country Montessori School Invites Parents To Visit

Parents can visit Hudson Country Montessori School in New Rochelle ion Thursday, Nov. 21
Parents can visit Hudson Country Montessori School in New Rochelle ion Thursday, Nov. 21 Photo Credit: Contributed
Hudson Country Montessori School was founded in 1972 by Musya Meyer, a New Rochelle resident. She was trained as a Montessori educator in Europe.
Hudson Country Montessori School was founded in 1972 by Musya Meyer, a New Rochelle resident. She was trained as a Montessori educator in Europe. Photo Credit: Contributed

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- Hudson Country Montessori School in New Rochelle invites parents to visit on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The school is located at 340 Quaker Ridge Road.

Hudson Country Montessori School in New Rochelle, Educational Director Marilyn Horan will give parents a tour of the school, followed by a talk and Q&A. Topics to be discussed include:

The fundamentals of Montessori education Can any school be called a Montessori school? The curriculum at Hudson Country Montessori School (HCMS) The differences between HCMS and traditional schools The teacher-student relationship at HCMS

Hudson Country Montessori School was founded in 1972 by Musya Meyer, a New Rochelle resident who had been trained as a Montessori educator in Europe. The school now educates 500 students annually (pre-K through 8th grade) on its campuses in New Rochelle and Danbury, Conn.

Parents should register for the event by Nov. 17, by calling Regina Milano at 914-830-9957. Children remain at home. Refreshments will be served.

Today, Montessori education is a worldwide phenomenon, providing an inspirational alternative for families seeking the perfect educational fit for their children.

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