PARENT FORMS & FLYERS

SPRING RECESS FORM 2019

2018 FALL PACKET DOWNLOADS

2018-2019 EXTRA-CURRICULAR PROGRAM ENROLLMENT FORMS

(IMPORTANT NOTE:  These programs are offered by MCS as a service to our families and are conducted by independent contractors who set their own policies and fees. Any questions regarding the policies of these programs should be directed to the individual program providers.  Please take note of each form's due date.)

PARENT HANDBOOK

PARENT HANDBOOK

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

REMEMBER TO GET A FLU SHOT!

MUMPS

Notice from the Department of Health:

http://health.hawaii.gov/docd/department-of-health-investigating-mumps-cases/

RAT LUNGWORM DISEASE

Facts on prevention from the Department of Health: http://health.hawaii.gov/docd/disease_listing/rat-lungworm-angiostrongyliasis/

PARENT EDUCATION

Watch here for upcoming parent education opportunities

SECURE PARENT PAGES

Access to the following pages is restricted, and available only to current parents with a secure login.

NETCOMMUNITY

Complete online forms (Family, Emergency, and Release form & Confidential Information form)

NETCLASSROOM

Access progress reports, tuition statements, and attendance

MCS SHUTTERFLY SITE

Classroom pages, with photos, class letters, class directories, and parent information

 

PARENT-FACULTY ASSOCIATION (PFA)

PFA BACKGROUND

In 1993, the informal network of parents was formally organized into the MCS Parent Faculty Organization (PFA).

The objectives of the Montessori Community School Parent-Faculty Association (PFA), in keeping with the goals of furthering a spirit of mutual understanding and cooperation among parents, students, faculty, staff, and the Board of Trustees of MCS are:

  1. To provide direct support to the individual classrooms and teachers through work parties; and to provide resource coordination for speakers, excursions, and other curriculum-enhancing activities as requested by the faculty and/or administration.

  2. To provide educational programs and seminars for parents, faculty, and the general public in order to promote better understanding of Montessori philosophy and education as well as parents skills.

  3. To provide support activities to the parents of the school, such as car pool coordination; possibly arranging early drop-off child care; to promote informal social gatherings for parents, faculty, and administration to get to know each other; and to generally provide a source of moral support for the parents.

  4. To assist the Development Office in organizing and managing the fundraising activities of the school.

PFA Bylaws

2018-2019 PFA BOARD

  • Jen Shim and Sean Iida, Co-Presidents

  • Kirsten Biondi, Vice-President

  • Coco He, Treasurer

  • Sarah Kim, Secretary

  • Cari Suzuki, School Representative

2018-2019 PFA Flyers

2018-2019 PFA Meeting Calendar
PFA Meetings will be held monthly in the office Conference Room on the first Tuesday of every month from 4:00-5:20 p.m. The exception is the first meeting of the year, which will be held on Tuesday, September 11. All  MCS families are members of the PFA, and meetings are open to all MCS parents.

Childcare, in our After-School Care programs, is available at no charge to MCS children during the meeting time. Please call the office at 522-0244 to request childcare if your children are not already enrolled in our After-School Care programs.

BoxTops for Education

The PFA participates in the BoxTops for Education program, and funds collected from this

easy program are used to enhance the PFA's programs, in particular, the Teacher Appreciation

Day. The first collection is submitted by November 1, and the second is submitted by March 1.

Collection boxes are available in each classroom and the office.  

Learn more and sign-up at http://www.boxtops4education.com/.

 

MONTESSORI COMMUNITY SCHOOL

1239 Nehoa Street

Honolulu, HI 96822-3071
Telephone:  (808) 522-0244

Fax:  (808) 522-0250

info@montessorihawaii.org

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students

Montessori Community School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities

generally accorded and made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin

in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs.

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