Spring in Our Step 2022

Dear LCMCS Families, Spring In Our Step is a special fundraiser that actively engages our entire student body and affirms healthy habits for our students and our school. Generosity, team spirit, and caring for yourself and others are part and parcel of your child’s experience at Lewis & Clark Montessori. A natural extension of these…

Transitioning Back to School

A Montessori Message from Jen Wyld, Director of Academics Dear LCMCS Families, I wanted to take a few minutes of your time and chat a little about our classrooms this year.  For some of you who have previous experience with Montessori (from attending our school, another Montessori school, reading up on our pedagogy or seeing…

Runtober 2020!

(en espanol) Dear Lewis & Clark Montessori Families, Runtober is a special fundraiser that actively engages our entire student body and affirms healthy habits for our students and our school. Generosity, team spirit, and caring for yourself and others are part and parcel of your child’s experience at Lewis & Clark Montessori. A natural extension…

Meet Shari Lane…

LCMCS is pleased to welcome author, teacher, and lawyer, Shari Lane, as the volunteer instructor for our new young writers club! Writing has always been part of Shari’s life: her first “full length” novel, written when she was in 6th grade, starred guinea pigs who turned into slippers by day, and back into guinea pigs…

Book Fair @ LCMCS

Attention Readers! We are happy to announce our school will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair this year. The fair will be held March 12th & 13th after school which are two regular school days and March 18-20 which are the days we have conferences.  This is an easy and convenient opportunity to purchase some…

For the Love of Lego

Greetings LCMCS Families from the Lego Club.  We want you to know a group of our students are exhibiting their creations this weekend at the Bricks Cascade Lego Expo at the Convention Center in Portland.  At this internationally recognized event, our LCMCS booth will showcase our large Lego city (4 feet by 8 feet), which…

Meriwether Fund Merriment!

The Meriwether Fund represents the biggest and most important part of our annual fundraising picture.  Many of our supporters join the Circle of Champions by giving monthly. This allows them to budget their monthly expenses and provides a dependable and vital source of funding for an organization they believe in. Your participation in the Meriwether…

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.…

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…