September 2019 Newsletter
Our year has gotten off to a great start – we are so glad you are part of our Livingston Montessori School community!
Newsletters/Menus are published once per month. In order to be earth friendly, you can view the newsletter and menu here on our website. If you would like a printed copy, stop by the office. You can also find more information about Montessori on the website, as well as our curriculum for all age levels. It is never too early to think about your child’s education. We provide education for students through the 12th grade.
On Sept. 17th & 18th Fothergill Photography will be taking individual and group pictures of all the children. A form will be sent home with more information.
September is Open House Month. We hope you will visit your child’s classroom this month or anytime. You may schedule a conference with your student’s teacher at your convenience
Thank you for your support in continuing our endeavor to giving kids nutritious lunches. Here are a few ideas to keep it interesting for them*:
- Food on Sticks - Think chicken satays, beef skewers, or sausage kebobs, packed on lunchbox-sized sticks for kids. Because everything is more fun on a stick. Pack with: Rice, sliced cucumbers, sliced mango, and yogurt-covered pretzels.
- Quesadillas - They’re kid favorites for a reason — and contrary to our adult biases, they don’t need to be piping hot to be delicious. Pack with: Avocado slices or guacamole, jicama sticks, pineapple chunks, pumpkin seeds, or tortilla chips
- Deli Meat Roll-Ups - Think outside the bun! Rolling sliced deli turkey, ham, or roast beef around cheese sticks, cream cheese, and even pack with: Whole-wheat pretzels, celery (optional sunflower butter filing), cinnamon-sprinkled apple slices, and coconut macaroon. Greens can change the way your kiddos think about lunch meat
*Ideas by www.thekitchn.com