montessori-farm-school-community

Our school is unique due to our amazingly supportive community. Each year, our students, parents, teachers, and staff form bonds that grow right along with our children.

STUDENTS

community-heart

Peaceful and collaborative classrooms are where our community begins. Children are naturally loving and accepting of differences. These tendencies are protected and nurtured with loving guidance. When conflict arises children learn developmentally appropriate ways to resolve conflict and promote peace.

We grow peacemakers. Each day in the classroom one need only look around to witness acts of kindness, consideration, and love. Our students model community as it should be for adults.

FAMILIES

Family involvement is crucial to Montessori Farm School. Volunteer work, socials and regularly scheduled Parent Association gatherings create a community of people raising and actively participating in the education of each child. The school celebrates and fosters this involvement.

There are many opportunities for you to contribute to the work and growth of the school. We strongly encourage you to do so!

Watercolor leaf painting

BOARD

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, our board of directors works to provide a lasting, community based school for generations of children to come.

Our mission is to provide a supportive and inclusive community in which every child can reach his or her full potential through the integration of a challenging academic curriculum and cooperative agricultural activities.

Currently, we meet during the fourth Tuesday of each month. If you are willing to help us achieve this goal please send an email to directors@montessorifarmschool.com.

EMPLOYMENT

Now Hiring!

Montessori Farm School is looking to add great substitute teachers to our team.  Applicants for this position will have flexibility in their schedule and be able to work from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm if needed.  Hours and days will vary according to the needs of the school.  Training is provided.  We are looking for individuals that have a great love and respect for children, are knowledgeable about Montessori or interested in learning, and approach their work with professionalism, enthusiasm, and a desire to continuously grow.  All candidates will require a background check.

If you are interested, please submit an application and a current resume to virginia@montessorifarmschool.com or mail to:

Virginia Lozuke

Montessori Farm School

2400 Broad Street, Suite 2

Durham, NC 27704

PARENT CONNECT

Login to connect with other families, find out what is happening in your child’s classroom, or access helpful school information and documents, such as the community directory, snack calendars, newsletters, pick-up and emergency forms and more.

LOGIN

Non-discrimination Policy