Questions & Answers

Common Community Questions

Q7 – What will be the age groupings and how many students per class?

Students within a Montessori classroom are grouped based on developmentally appropriate age groupings. Years of research tells us what ages of students benefit from each other most within a classroom community. To maintain a healthy community of learners ripe with opportunities for collaboration and social-emotional skill building, Pullman Community Montessori will strive to maintain the internationally accepted recommendations for elementary classrooms numbers in a Montessori. So, our classrooms will range in size between 22 to 32 students with a Lead Teacher and a Trained Assistant.

Many community members shared interest in being able to access answers to community questions in an auditory format.  We have compiled a list of videos addressing the most frequently asked questions we've received to date.

You can view all of the videos in a single playlist, Common Questions, or individually by selecting a question from the list below.

If you have questions, comments or concerns, please let us know. We want to hear your feedback.

community input session results survey

We are sorry you were not able to attend our event and share your thoughts. This survey represents the combined feedback from both community sessions. We would like to get your opinions on which elements are the most important and see if you have further input to provide. This information will guide us in future exploration and planning as we continue to prepare to open Pullman's first public Montessori school.

 

feedback

 

The greatest gifts we can give our children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence." 

Dr. Maria Montessori

Gladish Community & Cultural Center

Suite 215

509-336-5909

lsullivan@mypcm.org

Public

Free

K-9

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