News & Recent Posts

How Montessori Education Helped Inspire the Farm-to-Table Movement of American Restaurants

For over four decades, California's Alice Waters has stood at the forefront of America's Farm-to-Table Movement. Based on the NPR podcast "How I Built This," learn how Waters background as a Montessori Teacher helped shape her own restaurant's philosophy and continues to inspire people across the county with her "Edible Schoolyard Project" and advocacy for local, sustainable agriculture.

Spring Fling is Almost Here!

Aidan's annual Spring Fling is almost here! Join us Sunday, June 2 for an afternoon of family fun to celebrate another great year at Aidan Montessori School. Interested in volunteering? Want to reserve your spot in the Talent Show? Sign up here!

We're So Close: Help Us Reach the Top!

We are so close to reaching our Aidan Fund goal at 87% family participation. Help us reach our goal by making your gift to the Aidan Fund before June 30th.

Parent Association Officers for 2019-2020

A warm welcome to our Parent Association Officers for the 2019-2020 school year and a special thank you to our PA Officers stepping down at the end of the year.

Aunty Aidan: On Summer and the Spirit of Generosity

Stave off the summer boredom and sow the seeds of philanthropy and spirit of generosity within your family. Aunty Aidan shares her thoughts on how giving back can be a gift in and of itself.

Lower School Blog: Time to Process

In the buzz of a busy day, how can we ensure our little bees have a chance to process their days? Ms. Merkel shares her thoughts on the importance of giving our children time and space to process information, learn, and grow.

Creativity Corner: End of Year Art Journeys

We hope you had a chance to soak up all the wonderful art displayed this year at our Evening of the Arts: World of Art! Art teacher Margaret Skor shares some thoughts on the importance of building portfolios and our Elementary students' most recent art journeys.