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Dear Walnut Farm families, We are moments away from concluding another incredible school year at Walnut Farm Montessori! The students and staff have worked diligently and raced across the finish line this year.  In each classroom, students have experienced remarkable growth and have enjoyed the learning process along the way. It is amazing to witness […]

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Parent Association – May 2017 May 2017 IMPORTANT DATES Fall 2017 August 25 Box Tops Due September 16 School Improvement Day October 7 Fall Family Day Festival December 9 Bentonville Christmas Parade Thank you to everyone who contributed to Walnut Farm Montessori School’s Parent Association throughout the 2016/2017 school year.  We truly cannot do this […]

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One of the formative experiences of my early twenties was taking the Dale Carnegie Course in Public Speaking and Human Relations. Each class we focused on a tenet of Carnegie’s philosophy, one of which is to give sincere, honest appreciation. But giving honest and sincere appreciation can be a difficult skill to master. Some compliments […]

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Dear Families, What a great year we had!  We can’t believe that it’s already almost over.  Your children have grown so much since the beginning of the school year.  The older children have developed the skills needed to prepare them for primary, and the younger children are developing the skills needed to become independent and […]

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Primary A As I look back at this school year, it amazes me how much the children have grown in teamwork, independence, and concentration. The older children became leaders and took their responsibility as role models actively, and the younger children learned how to seek for help and guidance not only from adults, but from […]

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Summer Ideas From Lower Elementary The children have been busy with reports this month in Elementary!  They wrapped up their weather research with group reports on severe weather, and they completed reports on countries and animals of Asia.  On May 5, the children enjoyed watching “The Painted Garden” at Walton Arts Center and enjoyed lunch […]

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Dear Walnut Farm families, We have had a wonderful start to our second semester of the school year. Our staff is excited to offer our parents this digital newsletter. It is a wonderful opportunity for you to gain more insight about your child’s classroom as well as learn more about activities campus wide. I encourage […]

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Parent Association Information Station March 2017   IMPORTANT DATES March 8 8:15 PA Meeting – Onyx 20-24 Spring Break – NO SCHOOL April 1 8:00-11:00 School Improvement Day 10 Clubs and Crawfish Dinner Ticket Deadline  21 Earth Day 28 2nd Annual Clubs and Crawfish Golf Tournament May 3 8:15 PA Meeting – Onyx 15-19 Teacher […]

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What do you think of when you hear or see the word amazing? How do you define the word? The Webster Dictionary defines amazing as “causing great surprise or sudden wonder.” Recently, I listened to a speaker tell the story of how her two boys, ages 3 and 5, find everything in their world AMAZING. From […]

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Outdoor environments can support the various stages of development for a child and offer many learning experiences. Being outdoors, in nature, is one of the most important things that you can offer your child. When you are outside, consider giving time and thought to allowing your child to be free to experience everything that nature […]

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