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Our Mission:

Bucks County Montessori Charter School makes an individualized educational experience consistent with Montessori principles available to elementary students within the Pennsbury and surrounding school districts. The vision of the founding coalition was that the BCMCS would be a model Montessori School, providing a superior learning environment for its students through implementation of individualized Montessori curricula.

December's Message

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Dear BCMCS Community,

I think we can all relate to the fact that life can especially become a ‘blur’ during the holiday season. With this busy time of the year approaching, I hope you pursue moments of recollection and appreciativeness, while sharing meaningful time with friends and family.

Recognize that there are a plethora of events and activities planned for this month -- from Movie Night to Holiday Shopping to Holiday Concerts. Be sure to visit the BCMCS Working Reference Calendar [found in the Quick Links section under Calendar, or at ] for all the ‘December’ happenings set to take place.

With the ‘gift-giving’ holidays approaching, I would like to encourage you to consider our combined Montessori ideals. When making toy selections, be sure to envision what your child will do with that toy. Will it encourage focused activity? Creativity? How long do you think your child will have interest with it? Will it sustain exploration and discovery? These creative, discovery based concepts are adhered to in our Montessori learning environment, which, in most instances, cannot be fashioned from an item that is ‘fixed’ in its usage or meaning [i.e., action figures, dolls, collectables, etc.]. Montessori-like toys would be those based on, and directly related to, the quality of sensorial experiences in the real world. Montessori 'rich' toys would be those that enable a working solution (puzzles, Lego structure, etc.), or are strategic in their use of imagination (arts and crafts, building sets, etc.), all the while embellishing a positive challenge and sense of accomplishment. Remember that the more experiences children have with creative, working, strategic items, combined with purposeful activity, the more useful, creative, and effective their cognitive minds will become.

The staff and I wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season. As always, take care and until next time…
Mr. Brian Long

Latest News and Notices:

2015-16 School Calendar
At the 12/17/15 Board of Trustee Meeting the above calendar was adopted for the 2015-16 School year. The calendar includes 185 school days with a start date of 8/26/15 and an end date of 6/17/16.

GEOBEE Information Flyer
The Geography Club is open to 4th, 5th and 6th grade BCMCS students. The first session will be on Friday, January 9th, 3.30 pm! This is a great way to prepare for the National Geographic School Bee to be held on Friday, January 30th, 3.30 pm.

Know that this is a parent run competition group. If your child is interested in joining, please email or call Mrs. Indu Kaul at or 267-391-9994.


Holiday Shop 2014 UPDATE:

A special thank you needs to go out to Mrs. Kathy Stephenson, Mrs. Christine Razler, and all the other parents for their efforts in making this year's Holiday Shop such a success. Your dedication was seen on each and every child's face.

Winter Chess Club:
Winter Chess SignUp Flyer
This year's second Chess Club is set to begin on January 12th. Please follow the link above to enroll you child in the upcoming session.

December/January Lunch Menu
We are pleased to announce our Lunch Program continues with Mancini’s. Attached to the link above, you will find the December/January Menu. They will continue to provide us with homemade meals at a low price so please patronize their business.

2013-14 School Performance Profile
The Pennsylvania Department of Education posted the 2013-14 School Performance Profile scores for public schools throughout the state and once again, Bucks County Montessori Charter School had the top score for all Elementary Schools in Lower Bucks County and was among the top scoring elementary schools in all of Bucks and Montgomery Counties, with a score of 94.40. This score exceeded the combined average for the other 84 elementary schools in Bucks County (78.34) and 32 elementary schools in Montgomery County (86.80), as well as the combined average elementary school scores for each district in Bucks & Montgomery Counties.

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Upcoming Events & Reminders:

December 18th

* Holiday Concert 'Jingle Bell Jazz' for LE Families ONLY @ 1p
* Arts and Crafts Club from 3:15-4:15p

December 22nd through January 2nd

NO SCHOOL -- Christmas/Winter Break

January 5th

Service Club from 3:15-4:15p

January 6th

Reading Olympics from 3:15-4:30p

January 7th

Neshaminy High School 'Future Teacher' Visit in a.m.

January 9th

First GeoBee Club Meeting from 3:30-4:30p

January 12th

* Service Club from 3:15-4:15p
* START of Winter Chess Club Session II from 3:15-4:15p

January 13th

Reading Olympics from 3:15-4:30p

January 14th

PTA Meeting @ 7p

January 16th

* End of 2nd Marking Period
* GeoBee Meeting from 3:30-4:30p

January 19th

NO SCHOOL -- MLK Day [Teacher In-Service]

January 20th

Reading Olympics from 3:15-4:30p

January 23rd

GeoBee Meeting from 3:30-4:30p

BUCKS COUNTY MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL 219 Tyburn Rd, Fairless Hills, PA 19030 (215) 428-6700 Fax#: (215) 428-6702
Last Modified: Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014