INFANT & TODDLER
Our Infant/ Toddler program is targeted to meet the needs of children 6-weeks of age to 18-months old (Infant) and from 18-months to 36-months old (Toddler). This program will help children explore the world through their senses in the safe and loving environment provided by our guides. Even our youngest children will be learning how to control their bodies during gross motor play, care for themselves while exploring materials designed to develop their fine motor skills. Toilet training will also play a role in the child’s day as this is a staple in their growth and development. Students will also receive programming in art, music, physical education, and Spanish during their morning work cycle.
- Not available 2023-2024
The Primary program at Adeline Montessori includes a morning work cycle concluding before lunch for students in 3k and 4k. Kindergarten students will have a second work cycle in the afternoon to meet with state requirements. 3k and 4k students who opt to stay for the afternoon will be given nap time. If they are not sleeping within the state-required time frame, they will be invited to return to the classroom to continue their work. Students will receive special enrichment programming in art, music, physical education, and Spanish.
LOWER & UPPER ELEMENTARY
The elementary program begins the 'second plane of development', focusing on communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity. Students will be provided with a rigorous curriculum of language, grammar, math, geometry, physical science, earth science, life science, geography, and history during their morning work cycles. Afternoons will be filled with literacy groups, art, music, physical education, Spanish, and more.
MIDDLE SCHOOL (Secondary/ Adolescent)
The Middle School program is a microcosmic society where students contribute productively to the classroom, school, community, and global world with integrity and enthusiasm. The diverse and inclusive environment and curriculum are designed to create immersive educational experiences, unlike any other traditional Middle School program. Students divide their time between learning in the classroom and applying knowledge in real-world, hands-on, collaborative immersions.
Practical considerations for the program ensure that curriculum standards in Wisconsin are aligned for mastery. Students will experience a variety of rigorous academics with practical application in Language Arts, Literature, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Study, Physical Education, Visual and Performing Arts, Technology/Engineering, IT & Entrepreneurship, Career Guidance, Mindfulness, and integrated Human Growth and Development.