Hi y'all! Thank you so much for all the interest you've been showing in our site! Hopefully you like what you see. Perhaps you've even filled out a contact form on our website. Yay! One little thing, though: we ran into some technical difficulties with our domain for a few days (from Monday to Thursday, May 8-11) and might not have received your form. So:
If you attempted to submit a contact form on our website this week, please re-submit it, or simply send us an email at all(at)magnolia-montessori.org or message us on our Facebook page.
Come see us at Old Louisville Springfest on May 19th through 21st. We will be tabling to share information about our program, as well as meet and greet families in our neighborhood.
Check out our Facebook event and let us know you will come!
Magnolia Montessori is inspired by the principles of the Wildflower network, including the commitment to a shopfront school. Our concept is to have a school that is nestled in the heart of Old Louisville, where we live and serve.
We are pursuing two spaces in Old Louisville that we fully believe in as beautiful spaces that will serve our community as a home away from home. We don't know yet which site will be ours ultimately, but as soon as we know we will let interested families and the public know!
We are as eager as you are to share photos and give tours of our new school. Follow us on Facebook and here on the website to find out as soon as we do!
The folks at Magnolia Montessori have been working for months to get our program up and running. We have been imagining what our school looks like and are doing our best to set up an environment that meets or exceeds our ideals. We have a lot of hopes. We want Magnolia to be a place like no other in Louisville.
We want it to be a nest in the neighborhood where young children can come to thrive. We want it to be a haven for parents, who are present because they need quality care for their young ones, but also desire a supportive learning community of peers to dive into the Montessori life style. We want a work environment for teachers that meets their needs too. One that will support their passion for continued research and practice, while enhancing their fullness in general instead of taxing their ability to give. We want our school to be a beacon of light in the community--one that makes children and their role more visible and important. We want our neighbors to know who we are because of the good we do and the relationships we build.
We look forward to meeting all the families and little ones that will be in our program next year. We can't wait to hear how you'll be involved. We have a lot of work to do! We will keep you updated.