Music @ LCMCS

Every student at Lewis & Clark Montessori has the opportunity to participate in music education beyond their classroom including general music, choir, band, orchestra, and MAC creative expressions.  The LCMCS music staff provides an avenue to help build community through music by evoking enthusiastic participation of all students, primary through adolescent.  General Music: Once a…

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Last Unicorn Horn for Sale!

“Explore Art was fun,” said Porter (Mahonia). “I sold a lot of headbands but I didn’t sell my last unicorn horn.” “Explore Art had a generally good vibe and everyone seemed to be getting along and enjoying themselves,” recounted Reid (MAC) from I’ve Got My Eye On You Hats.  “A lot of people were interested…

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What is the CEC?

What is the CEC?  The Community Engagement Committee (CEC) is a committee of the LCMCS Board of Directors. Who is the CEC?  The CEC is YOU, the families at our school. A leadership team made up of at least 4 active volunteers keeps the CEC moving forward.  The CEC welcomes your involvement at any level.…

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Giving Tuesday: December 3rd

Giving Tuesday is a global giving movement celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It is a day to think about all the amazing organizations and people that are making a positive difference in our world and for you to give back…

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Historical Halloween

Historical Halloween is a biographical research project where older elementary students choose a historical figure they’re interested in and extensively research their life and work.  They write up their findings, prepare an oral presentation and then dress up as their chosen figure and present what they’ve learned. “For me,” writes Claire Lee, a WyEast 6th…

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Upcycling

By: MAC students Abby Johnson & Elana Bean In MAC, we have classes called Creative Expressions. Our C.E. class is called Upcycle, and Caitlin is our teacher. She guides us and helps us make our ideas more useful. In this class, we are taking any form of trash and recycled goods, then turning them into…

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Free Food Market

Our Free Food Market/Mercado de Alimentos Gratuitos is a low barrier program that offers a free, nutritious supply of fresh produce and pantry staples to anyone needing food assistance.  The market is open to all, regardless of income.   In partnership with the Oregon Food Bank, we offer this program as a service to our community…

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