Moms Event at the Montessori School

Moms Event at the Montessori School

During a recent Moms Event at the Montessori School of Covington, students joined their moms to make items to be placed in "comfort bags" that were to be donated to foster children through the Division of Family and Children’s Services.
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Montessori of Covington students donate 'comfort bags' to foster children

Montessori of Covington students donate 'comfort bags' to foster children

Conyers resident Ureka Stanford helps her children, Madison, 2, and Joshua, 4, decorate comfort bags Friday in Mattie Moon’s and Nicki Daniecki’s early childhood class at the Montessori School of Covington. The class decorated bags to donate to foster children in the care of Department of Family and Children Services.
http://www.rockdalecitizen.com/news/2013/oct/23/montessori-of-covington-students-donate/


Students manage drive-thru eatery

Students manage drive-thru eatery
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Students at the Montessori School of Covington have built their own business to earn their way to an end-of-the-year trip to the 4-H Center on Jekyll Island...
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Anti-Litter program to compete nationally

What started as a community project at a local private school has turned into a project that will be introduced to public officials from around the nation.
The middle school students from the Montessori School of Covington recently won the 2011 Georgia Project Citizen showcase at the state Capitol in Atlanta for their project, Bottle Deposits: Reducing Georgia Litter.
http://www.newtoncitizen.com/news/2011/may/20/anti-litter-program-to-compete-nationally/

Montessori Hosts 12th annual Chili Luncheon

The Montessori School of Covington hosted its 12th annual Community Appreciation Chili Luncheon Monday with a meal prepared by students of the early childhood program.
http://www.covnews.com/section/1/article/38640/

Charity starts at school

Charity starts at school
Setting the example: Five Monetssori of Covington middle school students gave $1,000 in grant money to The Future Farmers of America Summer Wildlife Camp and Prevent Child Abuse Newton on Friday. From left to right: Montessori teacher Sara Vinson; Sh

Montessori students give grants to local non-profit groups

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Leading future leaders

We are more than pleased to see that teacher Sara Vinson, of the Covington Montessori School, has taken the time to teach her students the value of not only learning about the great jobs that non-profits do in our community, but also about the added value of learning how to help support them.

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Celebrate Peace

The community is invited to a peaceful event at the Covington Montessori School Friday.
In celebration of the International Day of Peace, the school will hold their Peace Pole Ceremony - an annual event the school has been holding for the last decade.
http://www.covnews.com/archives/32835/

Petite preservationists

Petite preservationists
Green thumbs: Montessori School of Covington 5-year-old student Abagail Carragher uses a brightly colored watering can Thursday to nourish the organic flower bed located in back of the school.

Montessori School of Covington wins first place award from Keep Georgia Beautiful

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Our Thoughts... A top-notch teen

There is always a need for blood donors during the holiday season, and that need always increases.Many organizations at this time of year help the American Red Cross by sponsoring blood drives.
Rarely does a single person attempt such an undertaking and never does a young teenager.

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2008 Covington Christmas Parade

2008 Covington Christmas Parade
Cati Aevaliotis, an eight grader at Veterans Memorial Middle School dressed up as a "Who," hands out books along the parade route with the Best All Around Float winner 4-H "Grinchmobile" in the background.

Sponsored by the Covington Lion's Club and Main Street Covington

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