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    PRM Awarded 2 Learning Links Grants

    The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has awarded two Learning Links grants of $1,000 each to Pleasant Ridge Montessori for the 2017-18 school year! The first grant will strengthen and expand our “Breakfast Brainiacs” baskets of engaging materials available for 9-12 students every school morning. It will also weave this program with the new “Art in the Hall” program with a game…

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    New Outdoor Educator

    PRM has a new Outdoor Educator! Ellie Falk has started her new job at the Civic Garden Center as their Youth Education Coordinator. Her position at PRM has been filled by Laurie Nichols. Laurie has worked in outdoor education for several years with the Cincinnati Nature Center, and has also worked as an IPP for the 9-12 level here at…

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    2017 Field Day

    Beautiful weather, teachers, staff and great volunteers from University of Cincinnati created a recipe for an amazing day at field day last week for the communities of PRM! Students gathered at 1000 Hands Park for tug-o-war, water balloon toss, baseball, human hungry hippos, obstacle courses, jumping bag races, face painting and even fresh fruit smoothies!    

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    2017 Summer Camps at The KHAC

    2017 Summer Camps at The Kennedy Heights Arts Center!! When: June 5th – August 11th 28 different week long art themed camps for kids ages 5-13 in visual arts, performing arts, dance, theatre, film, photography, digital media and more!!! Each camp runs 9:30-2:30 daily. Extended care available 8:30-9:30, and 2:30-5:30 pm for all camps for just $10 per day per…

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    New Bird Watching Station

    New Bird Watching Station helps students get excited about birds. The 1st grade students in Ms. Ashley’s class helped design and build this bird watching station as part of a larger academic study of project-based learning. The labor was donated by a PRM friend, and the materials were purchased through a grant from The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Learning Links program.…

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    Why PRM?

    We asked parents why they send their students to PRM and here is one response: PRM is a supportive community that wants children to learn in academic, social, and emotional ways. The teachers, staff members, administrators, parents, and many neighbors work as hard as they can to help children receive and excellent elementary education that prepares them to continue to…