Posted January 11, 2016 in
“When I became a mom and the time came to send my child to be in someone else’s hand, I asked myself how Luca will spend his days. After researching the Montessori method, I realized it is not only an educational process for your child, but also for yourself. The focus is on educating your child and helping develop parenting skills. There is a partnership between the school, the parent, and the child. I believe that the best investment to the future is education. So, Luca began MSR at the age of 18 months.
I have seen my child grow and develop beautifully. At the age of 5, his vocabulary, social skills, and understanding of life is quite impressive. I remember when Ms. Shannon, two months before Luca’s 3rd birthday, prepared Luca for a big step towards achieving self-independence. She also helped me work with him as he became potty trained!
The MRS community is an invaluable resource which we enjoy. The other parents become familiar with one another as we share our daily life routines. We have joy and peace that our children are being educated with kindness, knowledge and by guides who have a true love for children.
My Luca is a happy boy, who loves his teachers, enjoys going to school, and learns to treat living and non-living things with respect and kindness. All the structure and techniques through the years have helped Luca develop confidence, curiosity, and a love of learning while having fun.
I couldn’t be more pleased with the job of MSR educators give every day; surely you won’t regret it either.”