We enrolled at PM when our oldest was 6 months old into the infant room. The room was large, bright and clean and mostly every time we entered into the room, none of the babies were crying. Miss Sunita was transitioning into the lead teacher at the time when she started. Over the time our daughter spent in the room we found that Miss Sunita loves every baby like they are her own. She helps guide them to reach their important milestones (crawling, walking, etc.) as quickly as possible and is also very proud of them (and herself and co-workers) when they do reach them. She will likely call you to share or snap a picture! She is very caring and also very strict with schedules which has been a nice change for a mom who isn’t good with them! The babies come home content, well-fed and well taken care of. We have since had another child who is in the infant room as well and knowing that Miss Sunita was there made it so easy to drop him off and have peace of mind that he will do great. He is a challenge to feed and she and Miss Tess have been nothing but patient in making sure he eats all of his bottles even though it may take a full hour. We are very appreciative of the great teachers in the infant room! Our oldest is in the toddler room now and we have loved all of the teachers as well. We are constantly amazed at how much she is learning and she also seems to love being at school. We are also very appreciative of Miss Elizabeth, Miss Janet and all the other teachers who take care of her.
Hello My baby was 6 months old since she is going to Parker Montessori- Daisy room. As first time parents, it was a tough decision to send our child to daycare. We heard a lot about kids getting sick, not eating properly etc from our frds. We visited a lot of day cares before finalizing Parker Montessori. I think that has been good decision we have taken for our child.I can see that my child enjoys her day there and eats well.
My son attended Parker Montessori and has aged out of the school, but misses it very much. He left Parker Montessori with a level of math and reading that was far beyond what most fellow new students at his new school had. He is testing above the 90th percentile on all his standardized tests. THANK YOU PARKER MONTESSORI for teaching our son so much.
We have been attending Parker Montessori for 10 months now and absolutely love it. The infant room is such an asset to this place as the room is large, has equipment to help the infants learn to be individuals early in life, and doesn't have bouncers that would allow the teachers to just leave your child in a seat all day like other places we visited. My daughter started in the infant room when she was 6 months old and within a week started crawling. She is now 17 months old and has grown to be an independent helpful individual. She helps me put groceries away, put her dishes in the dishwasher, and put her shoes and jacket on. Ms. Sunita, the infant head teacher, is pretty amazing at her job. She has the classroom system down, which you usually wouldn't expect until the kids are older and can follow instructions, but she is able to get under 16 months old to stop, listen, and follow instructions. When I come in the classroom in the morning, drop off is so organized and she has my daughter sitting at the table eating breakfast before I even leave which helps with the transition as she just waves goodbye as I walk out. Ms. Sunita cares deeply about each of the children and is focused on getting them ready to be successful within the toddler classroom so the transition is as smooth as possible. I cannot thank Ms. Sunita enough for all she is done. I also want to thank Ms. Tess and Ms. Kathleen. The three of them keep the classroom organized and running smoothly. I showed up one day at nap time and couldn't believe the three of them were able to get all 10 kids down around the same time which allowed each child to get a good nap without being disturbed. I am a working mom who was happy going back to work knowing how great my daughter was being taken care of and how much she was developing. Consider this place if you have an infant you are looking for care for.
The Heart of Parker Montessori is EXCELLENCE. Not only is the staff and leadership of this "beacon of HOPE' representative of Academic rigor and excellence but one of generosity and love, inclusive of the community they serve. This past month adopting Palmer Elementary School in Denver giving to families in need we had a "Giving Tree" for top families in need. Parker Montessori partnered with us and gave above and beyond to bless these families in need. Thank you for your deep level commitment to ALL children and families reaching their highest potential. A bright example of wholistic education building a bright future for humanity.
My daughter loves school, her friends and her teachers! We love Parker Montessori :)
Just came back from Ms.Gina's parent education class at parker Montessori. It was really good. Got a lot of inputs which, I hope, will definitely going to help me as a parent. Thanks Ms.Gina and PMEI. Happy to be part of this family.
As many of the other reviews, we can't say enough good things about Parker Montessori. Our daughter is 4 and has been at Parker Montessori in Ms. Dee's... more
Both our children have attended Parker Montessori, our youngest still is, and it has been a great experience. Our son graduated from Parker Montessori and... more