Country Day School of Arlington
Montessori

Serving students 4 months through First Grade
Our mission is to educate the whole child
thus we endeavor to nurture every heart
and challenge every mind through the
experience of meaningful inquiry.
About Our School
Faculty Montessori Program Extended Day
CDSA Summer Programs
Elective Program, 1-8
PTO & Parent Page
Contact Us
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Publications

Publications
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CNBC shows what the classroom of the future could look like. See Video

Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth through 6 years Old: See Chart

Why kids need to move touch
and experience to learn:
 See Article

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Montessori "In the News"

Quick Links & Forms
Program Enrichments
  • Music; Spanish; Physical Education
    (Stretch-N-Grow)

  • Twice Weekly
    · Physical Education – Stretch- N- Grow

  • Weekly
    · Music Program
    · Spanish
    · Barefoot Books – Literature Story Time

  • Monthly
    · High Touch High Tech Science
After School Opportunities
  • Dance; Self-Defense; Soccer
Dates to Remember
  • August 23 - Primary Curriculum Night @ 6:00 pm
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  • August 24 - Infant Toddler & Transitional Curriculum Night @ 6:00 pm
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  • August 25 - Primary K/A June Dunbar’s class Curriculum @ 6:00 pm in Suite #150
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  • September 5 – NO SCHOOL nor EXTENDED DAY in honor of Labor Day
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  • September 15 – Grandparents or Special Friends Day – Infants & Transitional Students
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  • September 16 – Grandparents or Special Friends Day – Primary / K-1 Students



Montessori Education versus Conventional Education
Trevor Eissler discovered Montessori when his child started preschool. In his book, Montessori Madness, a persuasive argument is made for Montessori education. Mr. Eissler created a Fast Draw presentation on the differences between Montessori and conventional schools. We invite you to view a quick comparison between the two methods of teaching. Watch Video
Infant-Toddler Class takes off!
See the Pictures


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An American Montessori Society (AMS) Associate Member School Accredited by SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) All lead teachers are certified or enrolled in a certification program
authorized by one of the following:
  • American Montessori Society (AMS)
  • Association Montessori Internationale (AMI)
  • A training center recognized by the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education Commission (MACTE)