We are searching for captivating exhibits for this Spring Conference. Do you have a creative area which you would like to share with Montessori educators and parents? We need exhibits in all areas, which may or may not be tied directly to education. Exhibit fee is $50.00. Doors are open at 7:30, 30 minutes prior to Conference Registration at 8:00 am.

Deadline to submit proposals is February 20, 2018




The Colorado Montessori Association Presents:

The Gifts of an Integrated Whole
The Multi-age Classroom and the Multi-Level School
Keynote Speaker: David Kahn
April 28, 2018


Exciting News for Colorado Montessori Schools

A State Validation Program

The Colorado Department of Human Services has approved the Colorado Montessori Association Validation Project! With this approval, CDHS has agreed to grant all Montessori schools validated by CMA an Administrative‚ÄčMaterials Waiver (glass, small objects, and sharp items).

The collaborative work between CMA and CDHS has been a positive process resulting in increased trust and understanding. We truly appreciate the efforts that have been made and appreciate the benefits it will have with all validated Montessori schools in our state. 

If your school would like to participate in this process, please read the Handbook, and then complete the application. We look forward to working with you.

Read more about the benefits, how the program works, and how your school can participate here



Montessori Teacher Mingle 

Pinwheel Coffee Shop, 3659 Navajo St. Denver 80211
February 23, 2018 6:00-8:00pm

Craft: Toothpick houses

I have a love for art. It could be painting with acrylic, sculpting with clay or cooking in the kitchen. Architecture has also been something I’ve enjoyed. As a young boy, I spent many hours building LEGO towns, Rector towers and of course Lincoln Log castles. Treehouses are another thing from my past that I still dream about. Four years ago I took some time off from working and spent a few months exploring personal interests. I started building little houses from toothpicks. It expanded to lighthouses and then a tree branch that evolved into this magical little home. I’ve since built many treehouses that took hours of patience and glue. I hope others find some of the same pleasures that I do in pursuing this creative hobby!

- Jacob Burg-Gfroerer




Mission

The Colorado Montessori Association is a powerful voice for Montessori advocacy providing a forum for networking and professional growth in the Montessori Community. It is a highly functioning, evolving professional organization, unified in its vision, respectful, purposeful and inclusive.


Feature School

We are continuing our “Featured School” section and invite all our member schools to consider being “featured” with us.

 Feature School is Renaissance Montessori Academy.


To view more about Renaissance Montessori Academy click here

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