The 6th annual Hershey Montessori Arts Fest is Saturday November 11, 2017 from 9 am to 4 pm.
Start your Holiday shopping with a wide array of hand crafted items from over 40 local artist and crafters. Stay for lunch and enjoy the fabulous Fall fare at the Arts Fest café. Stop by the raffle for a chance to win a hand crafted item from one of our participating artists or crafters.
While you shop, children can let their creativity loose a the Kids Crafting Corner; a free arts and crafts station for children of all ages.
Open to the public, general admission is $3 at the door; children 6 and younger are free. Hope to see you there!
If you are an artist or crafter interested in participating in this event, click here for guidelines and the registration form.
For additional information about this event or please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 22, 2017, Saturday, from 2:00pm to 10:00pm on Chardon Square
The best in up & coming music from Indie Rock to New Age Folk and always FREE to the people.
Hershey Montessori School will have a booth at LOVE FEST Chardon Square!
Festival opens at 2:00pm in the open air of Chardon Square:
Drumming circle to kick off the festival: join in! * Soul of the Rose merchandise * tye dye * henna * face painting * installation art & art gallery * painting lesson for the kids * musical themed vendors * Fun Bus * Food Trucks * World Record Holder Bubbleologist *and of course, AMAZING music:
David Loy and the Ramrods
All is Harvest
The Skies Above Us
Emily and Ivory
Prof. Postman and the lab techs
At 8:30pm Love Fest continues at Geauga Theater
The Tom Katlees
For more information, view LOVEFEST on Facebook!
Plus, family and friends (over 12 years old) get the insiders view to the festival by being a
LOVEFEST volunteer. Fill out the volunteer form here!
Or, contact Hershey’s own Cassie Ciarlillo directly at email@example.com
Saturday JULY 15, 2017, any time from 10 am to 3 pm in the Hershey Montessori School ringside tent.
Special byo lunch gathering from 11 am – 1:00 pm – Beverage station at the tent all day!
Free Parking and Free Admission (simply RSVP with name and number of guests to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 440-357-0918 to be placed on the free admission list)
Bring family, friends, children’s friends, guests of all ages
JOIN US! ALL ARE WELCOME !
The Hershey VIP tent is available from 10 am to 3 pm offering ringside seating to watch competitions or as a home base to explore the event!
- Plan to join friends in the tent between 11:30am and 1:00pm for a lunch gathering. Bring a picnic lunch and utensils, or check out the many delicious food trucks. Feel free to bring snacks to share!
- A beverage station will be provided at the Hershey tent throughout the day!
- Activities for children of all ages – free pony rides, arts and crafts, face painting and more!
- Look no further for boutique shopping, select Cleveland food trucks, artwork, canine competition, and abundant entertainment. The show begins at 8am daily.
- PLEASE RSVP so that your name and guests will be on the free entrance list. Email email@example.com or call the office at 440-357-0918.
Rain or Shine—join us for the fun at:
Cleveland Metroparks Polo Fields, 3841 Chagrin River Rd., Moreland Hills
(at the corner of South Woodland Road (OH-87) and Chagrin River Road)
View the full flyer here!
What is life like after Hershey Montessori School? On March 16, four alumni of Hershey Montessori School will be participating in a Panel Event at the Concord Campus at 6:30 PM. We will share some of their life experiences and perspectives after leaving the Montessori method of education, and answer your questions about our life choices such as college and/or careers and giving back to the community.
If you’re not able to attend in person, the event will be filmed and posted online.
The four panelists participating are Leigh Emelko, Katie Vadakin, Connor DeWalt, and myself, Makella Webster.
Leigh Emelko is currently a student at Case Western Reserve University and studying Anthropology. She is also in Sigma Sigma Sigma National Sorority serving as the Goals Coordinator for Honor Council. She is also involved in Global Health Design Collaboration to help improve medical waste handling in Uganda, has studied abroad in the UK, and is planning on studying in Amsterdam in May. She also volunteers at Urban Squash Cleveland teaching kids how to play squash and tutoring them as well.
Katie Vadakin is currently a student at Bently University in Boston, MA and interns at an application security company called Veracode, Inc. She is studying Finance with a double minor in Marketing and Spanish for Business, and will graduate in 2018.
I am a Marketing Coordinator for Provident Label Group, a division of Sony Music Entertainment located in Nashville, TN. My husband and I moved to Nashville about four years ago. I have worked at two nonprofit organizations and did marketing for a band from home and did a few national tours with them before being hired at Provident Label Group two years ago. I attended Ohio University for undergrad and graduate school and have my Bachelor’s Degree in Audio Production with a double minor in Music and Business, and my Master’s Degree in Media Management.
Connor DeWalt is currently a House Parent at the Huntsburg campus. He attended Hiram College and received his Bachelor’s Degree in History. While attending college, he was on the ultimate Frisbee team and was the captain of the men’s rugby team. At Hershey Montessori School, he teaches outdoor skills and is involved in other classes and activities with the students such teaching snowboarding, leading a book group, etc. He plans on pursuing his Montessori training to become a guide.
We hope that you will attend the event on March 16th!
Hershey Montessori School Alumni Coordinator
Sunday, April 9, 2017 from 1-3 pm
Huntsburg Campus, Hershey Montessori School
11530 Madison Road, Huntsburg, Ohio 44046
How can we best prepare our students for success?
Please join us for a fascinating afternoon to view this award winning documentary that is transforming the way we think about education. It also considers what type of educational environment is most likely to help students succeed in the 21st century. Let’s start the conversation. This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to Cindy Guest by phone or email: RSVP@hershey-montessori.org, (440) 357-0918 ext. 64 or by Eventbrite registration – seating is limited.
While this is not a formal open house event, tours of the Hershey Montessori Huntsburg Campus will be available following the film
Click here for more information about this event.
A preview of the film is available here.
RSVP to attend on Eventbrite, seating is limited
Childcare available for Hershey Montessori School families only. Please RSVP childcare needs to firstname.lastname@example.org
What others are saying:
“The film inspires its audiences with a sense of purpose and possibility, and is bringing communities together in re-imagining what our students and teachers are capable of doing. ” – MLTS
“…there is something special that permeates the film. It is something that educators might recognize from their own experiences – a sense of hope.” – National Math + Science Initiative
This film “…delivers a message Americans need to hear” – Huffington Post
“The 21st century is going to be all about building, creating, and innovating. This remarkable film shows a path of how we can empower all of our children to do that.” – Sal Khan, Khan Academy
Please come join us rain or shine on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at this fun fall festival hosted by the Adolescent Community at Hershey Montessori School’s Huntsburg Campus. Enjoy concessions, pony rides, games, face painting, live music, a bake sale and a market with fresh produce and other microeconomy products. The Harvest Lunch Café will be open from 11:00 am-2:00 pm.
Hershey Art’s Fest – Saturday, November 12th, Concord Campus 9am to 4pm
Join all our artists and craftspeople and shop these incredible goods for unique gifts and treasures.
Bring your family and friends for this enjoyable day!
Only $3 entry (ages 6 and under FREE!)
There will be delicious baked goods, snacks and refreshments offered all day by our wonderful parent
volunteer bakers. The café will be serving up items that can be enjoyed by the whole family:
- Famous Mac & Cheese
- Luisa’s homemade Salsa
- Slow cooked Pulled BBQ Pork
- Fresh Popped Popcorn
- Homemade Baked goods
We look forward to seeing you there to celebrate great arts, crafts, delicious food and our wonderful community!
Parents and Staff only: Donate to Annual Giving before end of day Nov 10 and you are entered to win $50 to spend at the Arts Fest: Donate Now
Now that our aspirations for our Strategic Plan have been defined, it’s time to develop action steps to achieve them.
Members of the Hershey community will meet on Saturday, September 10, 2016, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Concord campus.
We continue to invite you to donate to the Hershey Montessori School Capital Campaign as we move toward our ultimate fundraising goals but we wanted to take a moment to thank all the families and friends as well as the Elliot-Montminy Family for the amazing outpouring of support for this campaign during the Elliot-Montminy Family Challenge Grant time frame. Thanks to you, we raised $40,000 for the Hershey Montessori Capital Campaign!
The campaign benefits both campuses of the school. The campaign’s goal is to cover the costs of construction for the upper school classroom building on the Huntsburg Campus for the new 10th, 11th and 12th grades, provide program and capital improvements for the Concord Campus as well as initiate a study to most effectively respond to increasing enrollment in a long-term, strategic way. The campaign also will raise additional funds for the endowment to increase sustainability for the whole school and to expand financial aid.
This is a historic campaign as once successful, Hershey Montessori School will be the first school in the world to offer a complete continuum of Montessori education that most closely replicates Dr. Maria Montessori’s vision which includes an option of a residential component for adolescents on a working farm.
Screen Free Week is when people around the country will turn OFF TV, video and mobile games, and other screens they use for entertainment, and turn ON the world around them! Take time to think, read, play, daydream, explore nature, enjoy family and friends–do all this and so much more when you spend the week unplugged. This year, in support of Screen Free Week, HMS will again be offering families some fun, “screen free” activities at school, both after school and in the evening. Information was sent home last week via a flyer in your family boxes. Perhaps your children will come up with some great ideas of their own!
See the pdf below for this year’s offerings.