A back-to-school event on the lawn. This is an old-fashioned family picnic day with field games, sports equipment, inflatables and child-friendly playground equipment. Bring your picnic, lawn chairs, blankets and enjoy an autumn Sunday afternoon with your children's school friends.
Grandparents/Special Person Day
Children bring a grandparent or special friend to spend the morning in their classroom.
A holiday gathering in the gym with all students and families, usually on the last day of school before winter break. This is a multi-cultural celebration of the many traditions and cultures represented at The Montessori Academy at Edison Lakes.
A celebration of our many cultures. Children prepare presentations and families share their cultural heritage. Come enjoy the food, music, and education with our diverse community.
Mother’s Day Tea
An Early Childhood celebration of mothers. Students specially prepare their classroom and enjoy a tea time with their mothers.
An evening walk and lesson on owls and other wildlife with Environmental Education Coordinator Rick Glassman at St. Patrick’s Park.
Breakfasts are held twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. Families meet for breakfast with an open house in their children’s classroom. Children host their parents and share their classroom experience.
Parent/Child Adventure Night
Hosted by Early Childhood and Elementary programs, these parent/child evenings foster fun and community.
At the Elementary and Junior High levels, performances are part of the school year. The students work with their teachers to write, direct, and perform school assemblies based on the curriculum they are currently studying such as the Upper El American Revolutionary War presentation.
Performances also include special guests who come to perform in our auditorium, such as the South Bend Symphony String Quartet, Western Michigan University Dance Group, and Kevin Locke, a Native American flute player and hoop dancer.
An annual evening event for all of our students, required for Upper Elementary and Junior High students. Students proudly display their science projects and present them to interested parents and friends. A learning experience for all!
If you would like to learn more about our school events at MAEL, please contact us.