During this time of family, friends, and celebrating, I want to extend my warmest holiday wishes to each Waypoint family who makes up our community. I also want to thank
As I sit down to write, my thoughts run to the word “imagine”. This word has so many layers, and as the Head of School for Waypoint Montessori on our
It’s Soiree season! What exactly does that mean? And what, exactly, will be doing at this Spring Soiree?
The annual Waypoint Spring Soiree is our largest fundraising event of the year,
Toddlers are not always at their best in strange situations, so here are some suggestions for enjoying time with friends and extended family while still helping your toddler feel comfortable.
Dear Waypoint Parents:
Thank you for your participation making our first week go so smoothly! We appreciate the families who have actively adhered to the 10mph speed limit and no cell
This year’s World Day Celebration took our families around the world as they learned about the variety of cultures that make up our Waypoint Community. The children loved going from
Our Parent Organization hosted an after school celebration for the Lunar New Year yesterday. Students (and Parents) enjoyed calligraphy lessons, making paper dragons, and yummy snacks. Happy Lunar New Year!
For educators and lovers of education, January 28, 1986 was meant to be a defining moment. The day prior, a flurry of activity was happening in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The
Between the age of 6 and 7, the primary age child develops sometimes seemingly overnight into an elementary child.
As they near the end of their time in a primary classroom,
Sibling rivalry is normal in families with more than one child. It becomes a problem when one child dominates over the other. There can be many reasons for this, but