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Ways We Have Fun at Hudson Montessori School

One of the best ways we help students discover a love of learning, lasting friendships, and lifelong memories is simple—through fun! Our staff and parent volunteers ensure our students have exciting enrichment opportunities throughout the school year. Through events like Spirit Week, Pi Day, and Field Day, we deliberately carve out time and space for our students to express themselves and foster community.


Spirit Week

The last week before Spring Break is always an exciting week filled with dress-up days and our annual Danceathon fundraiser, which shows our school spirit and kicks off the holiday break amusement. This year was no different, with elementary and middle school students participating in the festivities. 


Monday: Cultural Awareness 

Our school hallways were indeed a melting pot for Cultural Awareness Day. Students came dressed as cultures from every corner of the globe and showed their respect and appreciation for various beautiful cultures from every continent. 


Tuesday: Crazy Hat/Hair Day 

The children focused their creative energy on costumes from the neck up. Students went all out with funky hats and unique hairstyles.


Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday 

Every class got wacky on Wednesday with outfits in every hue, texture, and print imaginable. It was great fun seeing what each student came up with to represent the wackiest version of themselves! 


Thursday: Danceathon 

Students came to school decked out in athletic attire and ready to dance! Each class spent the afternoon moving and grooving to raise money for enrichment supplies for our school. Our teachers and administrators also visited classrooms to join in on the party.


Pi Day

On Thursday, March 14, our students celebrated Pi Day with games, other themed activities, and pie! The school held a competition to recite the most digits of pi. We had an Albert Einstein lookalike contest, and students from many classes joined in on the fun! Winners of both the costume contest and the pi-digit recitation competition earned sweet pie treats.


Pi Day is celebrated worldwide on March 14 (3/14). Pi (Greek letter "π") is the symbol used in mathematics to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, approximately 3.14159. These annual celebrations allow math enthusiasts like our students to recite the infinite digits of Pi, talk to their friends about math, and eat pie.


Annual Field Day

One of our most anticipated events is our annual Field Day when the entire school comes out on the field!  Students of all ages—from age 2 to Middle School—spend a morning on the field, making unforgettable memories with classmates and teachers. We celebrate teamwork, friendly competition, and fun as a school community on St. Peters Prep's athletic field. Our students play games like sack and wheelbarrow races, football, soccer, tug-of-war, and duck, duck, goose.


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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