Hershey Montessori School
Classes of 1978 - 2015
Welcome to the web site of the Hershey Montessori Alumni Community. Former students and all teachers...now you can set up your own page, post pictures and videos, interact with others, and receive invitations and news from the school and classmates.
Look for your name under Classmate Profiles or Staff Profiles and follow the directions to set up your own page.
If you cannot find your name, contact the site administrator under Contact Us to get your name added to the list. Hershey teachers are welcomed to sign in.
Help us spread the word...classmates, friends and siblings who attended Hershey can create their own page!!! Teachers, too!!
Alumni, we are going to be using quotes from your profiles on this site (hersheymontessorialum
HERSHEY MONTESSORI SCHOOL ALUMNI ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Once you fill out your profile on this website, you can also stay in touch with other alumni on social media!
If you recognize anyone under the "Missing Classmates" tab of the website and have their contact information, send them this link and ask them to join.
Invite from Hershey Montessori School Classes of 1978 - 2015 We have a website at http://www.hersheymontessorialumni.com/ - please join us and reunite with your Classmates!
Be an alumni leader! Contact the Concord Campus (440-357-0918) to find out how you can help with the Upper School Capital Campaign!
Video of the adolescent community enjoying the snow day: https://vimeo.com/153386439 password: Hershey
Video Footage of this year's Harvest Festival: https://vimeo.com/141500323 password: Hershey
News Flash: Upper School Is Happening!
“these and other similar ideas that will awaken a realization of the power of man and the greatness of civilization should be presented in a form that will stir genuine emotion, …..” – Dr. Maria Montessori
Great feedback is pouring in to the news that Hershey Montessori School continues to grow as we have added an Upper School starting with grade 10 in August of 2015. The Upper School is centered on the operation of the farm and its related business as a focal point for student responsibility and entrepreneurship. It is also taking students into the local community to pursue integrated studies addressing issues of social and environmental impact. Our students work also connects them to experience the roles and activity of county government, such as the judicial, health, community and resource management and related processes in the local county seat of Chardon.
“Another aspect of history is that which deals with the effect on humanity of the geographical environment, (and) of contact between different peoples,……” – Dr. Maria Montessori
Continuing with the success of a land-based Montessori model, Hershey students choose to extend their work and intellectual development in the high school academic subjects. Among the highly integrated components of experiential and project based learning our students continue their studies in the disciplines of mathematics, language, sciences and humanities. Moral development, self expression and valorization for real contribution underlie their projects. In the appendices of Dr. Montessori’s work, “From Childhood to Adolescence” we can understand this education as the preparation for adult life frames their study
1. The study of the earth and of living things
2. The study of human progress and the building up of civilization (in connection with the sciences)
3. The study of the history of mankind
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Scroll down to see ANNOUNCEMENTS AND BIRTHDAYS....
• Taylor Bowling (2006) 7/28
• Tom Emelko (2008) 7/28
• Dakotah Pettry (2009) 8/3
• Amando Lopatka (2007) 8/4
• Evan Weinberg (1993) 8/7
• Connor Medlang (1999) 8/10
• Leo Sypniewski (2002) 8/12
• Andrew Yarger (1999) 8/12
• Alyssa Rice 8/13
• Daniel Hutnik (2007) 8/15
• Cooper Roach (2010) 8/23
• Owen Schoeniger 8/23
• Emily Fraser (1998) 8/26