Congratulations to Jeffrey Endler on his award winning photo that he took on his visit to our sister school, the Sinai School, in Babati, Tanzania this past summer. http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/photo/gallery/international-photo-contest-2012-winners/#/peoplefirstplace_62469_600x450.jpg
What makes Woodland Hill so special, if not the best private school in the Capital Region? Our new toddler program has certainly added an excellent element. Here are some pictures that will be sure to tug at your heart strings!
Welcome back to a new school year! I am thrilled that we have welcomed toddlers into our environment. They are so precious and the whole community has enjoyed seeing them as a part of Woodland Hill. Last week we held our first community gathering, a time when we all come together as a school. Celebrating [...]
Today, as a member of the NYSAIS (New York State Association of Independent Schools) and WHMS Head of School, I visited the offices of Roy McDonald and Ronald Canestrari to talk about Woodland Hill Montessori School. It was nice to tell them about our great school and the benefits that Woodland Hill has in our surrounding [...]
This week is Montessori Education Week! Montessori education was established 105 years ago, and proves to continue to be the most natural, meaningful and effective way to educate children. Maria Montessori was a three-time nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize- in 1949, 1950, and 1951, and Italy’s first female medical doctor. By observing how children [...]
Recently our waste free committee at school met to discuss ways to make our school more friendly to the environment. Here is an article about other school’s efforts to make lunches with less waste. This is part of making Woodland Hill the best! http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/27/business/energy-environment/education-officials-and-retailers-push-for-environmentally-friendly-school-lunches.html