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Hudson Montessori School Gears Up for Three-in-One Event: Bring Your Parent to School Day, Pancake Breakfast, and Maker Faire

Updated: Jan 17

Experience the excitement of Hudson Montessori's 3-in-1 Event, where makers, pancakes, and children teaching their parents come together for an unforgettable three-part day on Saturday, Jan. 27. This event is for all currently enrolled students and their families.


Parents of our Toddler, Bridge Primary, and Primary students are warmly invited to participate in Bring Your Parent to School Day from 9 a.m. to noon. This unique opportunity allows parents to join their children (ages 2 through 6) for a 45-minute session in their classrooms. Each student will teach their parent concepts they have learned this year by following a specially prepared work plan, guiding the parent/s through the class. This event offers our parents a hands-on look into their child's current learning journey and creates lasting memories. 


Our parent body of volunteers, the HMV, has coordinated this year's annual pancake breakfast fundraiser in the morning. Students of all ages and their families can enjoy fresh-flipped blueberry, chocolate chip, or rainbow pancakes made by our parent-volunteer chefs. All proceeds from this fundraiser will support our school's enrichment programs.


The third part, our school's Maker Faire, is open to students and parents of all ages, from toddlers to Middle Schoolers. Our students from Kindergarten through 8th grade will present dazzling projects, from artworks and coding projects to robotics and engineering feats. This hands-on, interactive exhibition gives our students valuable presenting experience by opening their horizons to making and sharing their work; meanwhile, attendees get to play and tinker along.


Maker Faires take place across the country, but Hudson Montessori School has the only elementary School Maker Faire in our entire region. In 2019, Hudson Montessori School became the first STEM-certified campus in New Jersey by the National Institute for STEM Education. Our Maker Faire event is just one of the ways we allow students to showcase their work beyond the classroom. Click here to learn more about our annual event and for answers to our most frequently asked Maker Faire questions.


To learn more about Hudson Montessori School's interdisciplinary, theme-based learning approach to education, the Montessori philosophy and methodology, or how the school fosters the love of learning for its students, the school welcomes parents to learn more for children aged 2 to eighth grade at our upcoming open houses.



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