At the end of October, our Elementary II students got to showcase the catapult designs that they've been working on for weeks. Some were modeled after medieval trebuchets and mangonels, some after ballistas, and some were completely unique designs.
One of the many challenges that schools across the country are facing in 2020 is the issue of balancing the school budget. The impact of COVID-19 has caused a ripple effect in both public as well as private schools, with the need for strategic decisions to make school budgets whole and equitable...
Ramalynn's mission statement has always been to teach children respect, tolerance and compassion to all life on earth. Krishna, myself, and all of our teachers and staff feel very strongly about this. We strive each day to embrace our amazing school-wide diversity and to celebrate it. We strive to protect even the smallest of creatures in our midst...
The predispositions, called Sensitive Periods, are one of the most important discoveries made by Dr. Maria Montessori. It is in her observations of Sensitive Periods that she founded her principle of "education as assistance to life".
This week, our Elementary I students were asked by founder, Ms. Lynn to write what they think the secrets of happiness are. During this time of COVID, some common themes are being together, being healthy, and caring for others.
Take a peek below to see how our Ramalynn students feel about happiness.
Ramalynn's Primary students returned to school on Monday, May 4th! It was a wonderful day back together, and was celebrated by a surprise visit from the ice cream truck!