Fraser Woods Montessori School

  • Fraser Woods Open House November 21

    Fraser Woods Montessori School will host its November open house for parents of prospective students from 10 am to 11:30 am on Thursday, November 21, at the school, 173 South Main Street. 

    Faculty, administrative staff, and the director of admissions will be available to conduct guided tours and provide information about the school’s four- or five-day toddler and preschool programs as well as full-day kindergarten through eighth grade programs.

  • Annual Grandparents Day At Fraser Woods Montessori School

    Fraser Woods Montessori School held its annual Grandparents Day on Friday, October 25, to celebrate the family and friends of the school’s students.

    Head of School Myriam Woods welcomed all in attendance during an opening reception in the school’s gymnasium, which followed refreshments being offered in the school’s commons.

  • Fraser Woods Girls Connect Internationally

    In honor of International Day of The Girl Child, recognized on October 11, singer/songwriter and Newtown native Daria Musk virtually crossed continents as she brought a group of girls from a secondary school in Iringa, Tanzania, together with girls from Newtown’s Fraser Woods Montessori School.

    According to the United Nation’s website, International Day of the Girl Child was first held last year to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.

  • School Slates Fall Family Festival

    Fraser Woods Montessori School has scheduled its Fall Family Festival, which is open to the public, for Saturday, November 9, from 10 am until 3 pm.

    The day will begin with a 5K run at 8 am on the Fairfield Hill campus, followed by a kids fun run at Fraser Woods Montessori School, 173 South Main Street, from 10 am until 11 am.

  • Singing Peace Around The World

    Fraser Woods Montessori School students gathered outside the school on Friday, September 20, to sing, continuing a worldwide acknowledgement of this year’s International Day of Peace, recognized on September 21.

    Fraser-Woods Montessori School student sang “Light a Candle for Peace” at 11 am, as students, faculty, staff, and school family members joined hands in a circle on the school’s back field.

  • Academic Opening Celebration, With A Wish For Peace

    Fraser Woods Montessori School students and families gathered together with teachers and staff on Thursday, September 12, to celebrate the beginning of the school year.

    This year marks 12 years that the Fraser Woods Montessori School has held community gatherings to start the year with a wish for peace.

    Children entered the dimly lit gym holding candles made by Lower Elementary students. Head of School Myriam Woods spoke and lit a traditional Peace Candle. All joined hands and sang a few songs. Then it was time for ice cream, served by the parent volunteers.

  • Revolutionary Event, Random Hacks of Kindness To Be Hosted At Fraser Woods Montessori School

    Students at the Newtown’s Fraser Woods Montessori School are looking to give hacking a benevolent and altruistic reputation by partaking in a program associated with Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK).

    The event is scheduled to run from 8:30 am to 4 pm on Saturday, May 4, at the Montessori school. The deadline for registration is Tuesday, April 30.

  • Musicians Help Fraser Woods Celebrate Its ‘Year Of Music’

    High school students helped Fraser Woods Montessori School students celebrate their school’s cultural program theme for this year, “A Year of Music,” on Friday, February 22.

  • Fraser Woods Montessori School To Present ‘Random Hacks Of Kindness Junior’

    Fraser Woods Montessori School is set to present Random Hacks of Kindness Junior. The event, which will take place on Saturday, May 4, offers elementary school students in fourth through eighth grade from across Connecticut the opportunity to explore the power of computing by developing technical solutions to practical problems.