“Why Montessori?” To Be Topic Thursday Night At Advertiser West Seattle Montessori

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John Chattin-McNichols will be the featured lecturer Thursday night, Jan. 21st, at BTB Advertiser West Seattle Montessori School.

The approximately 90-minute presentation is scheduled to begin at 7pm.

Since 1985, West Seattle Montessori School has been an integral part of the West Seattle Community. Offering preschool through 8th grade education, WSMS prides itself on fostering independence and intellectual curiosity, stimulating personal growth, and encouraging innovation and a love of learning.

John Chattin-McNichols has a seasoned history with Montessori methodology and teaching that goes all the way back to 1968.

Some of his vast accomplishments include being the president of the American Montessori Society, the founder of the American Montessori Teachers Research Network, and a Professor of the American Montessori Society teacher education program at Seattle University.

John is respected and highly esteemed throughout the field of education, and is a published author, and world-renowned speaker.

The school will also soon be hosting two Open Houses, the first one being this Saturday.

Anyone and everyone in the Burien/White Center/West Seattle and surrounding communities is invited to attend the lecture and Open Houses.

The school is now enrolling for the 2010 – 2011 academic school year. For more information, please contact the main office at (206) 935-0427.

Open House Schedule:

  • Saturday, January 23, 1pm – 3pm
  • Wednesday, February 10, 6pm – 8pm

West Seattle Montessori  School
11215 15th Ave SW
Seattle, WA  98146
Phone (206) 935-0427


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