Learning at MSD
Why Parents Choose MSD
Montessori School of Duluth is neatly tucked away in the Hunter’s Park neighborhood. The quint neighborhood setting brings a homey feeling to the school, an atmosphere perfect for children’s education in the beginning years.
Montessori School of Duluth enrolls on average about 70-80 children, makes it a close-knit community for students and families. School administration and teachers know each child and family. Thanks to the just-right size, we can provide individualized support as needed. One can immediately feel the warmth of the community stepping into the door.
We deeply understand that children and students at MSD need to be supported, so are our parents.
The intimate size of the school makes it possible for us to develop partnerships with parents in depth. We have designed and offer services and programs to ensure that parents are supported and informed about their children’s education at and beyond Montessori School of Duluth.
- Frequent face-to-face parent-teacher communication.
- Two formal parent-teacher conferences reporting on students’ development and learning.
- Monthly Parent Evening Information Sessions providing parents with information from Montessori education, cognitive science, child development, behavioral issues to planning a financially viable K-6 education journey for our children.
- Childcare offered during parent/teacher conferences as well as for school evening parent events.