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School Tours

Thursday, March 22 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

ALL TOURS ARE SOLD OUT. While we don’t have a wait list, we welcome you to stand by on Thursday morning, starting at 7 AM, in case there are no-shows. We’ll post the location for this before the conference.

The Mile-High City is home to a flourishing Montessori community. Invigorate your conference experience by getting out and experiencing a tour of one of the area’s excellent Montessori schools, along with a professional development workshop.

Tours are extremely popular and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are limited to 55 people and sell out quickly, so register early. After online registration closes, any available spots on tours will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis on Thursday, March 22.

All tours depart from and return to the Sheraton Denver Downtown by bus. You must be registered for the conference to attend a tour. Conference registration will be open on Wednesday evening until 9:00 PM and opens on Thursday morning at 7:00 AM. Buses cannot wait for late arrivals, so be sure to arrive at the meeting area on time. Lunches, with vegetarian and gluten-free options, will be provided. Tours will return to the Sheraton by approximately 3:30 PM.

Foreign-language interpreters are available for each tour and workshop; please see the tour descriptions for specific languages. The interpreters must be prearranged; contact Carla Hofland before registering for your selected tour.

Established in 2009, St. Vrain Community Montessori School is a thriving public charter program making creative use of a modest facility in a mixed-use industrial area.

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After a tour of the facilities and lunch at Jarrow, you will take a 20-minute bus ride to the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies (MECR), where you may choose to attend either a Parent/Infant “Glass Classroom” Demonstration or a Mindfulness Workshop.

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After a tour of the facilities and lunch, learn about MSE’s Montessori-based experiential and service learning programs.

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After your tour and lunch, participate in a reflective and thought-provoking afternoon asking big questions about the need for and the way to nurture our own spiritual development.

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After your tour and lunch, learn how MSD started an innovative urban farm program that includes an exciting variety of opportunities for student learning, through initiatives such as raising tilapia in aquaponic tanks, soil gardening, hydroponic vertical farming, seed collecting and cataloging, seedling sales, farmers’ markets, and farm-to-table dinners.

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