By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger

Lots of news and events to share today, including a new giveaway! Keep reading for details regarding…

~ Greensboro Montessori School’s Programs & Open House
~ Greensboro Day School PK – 4th Grade Open House
~ Forsyth Family’s Kids Morning Out
~ New Giveaway from the YMCA of Northwest NC
~ Winner of the Home Free Luncheon Tickets

Visit the Greensboro Montessori School

This fall there are two events which highlight aspects of the Montessori educational philosophy and our approach towards children. These events are free and require registration by calling 336-668-0119 or by emailing rhea@thegms.org. Plus mark your calendar for an upcoming Open House.

Parenting Seminars
Tuesday, October 7 at 7:00pm OR Wednesday, October 8 at 8:45am
Joyce Ann Stark, Redirecting Children’s Behavior
Certified Parent Educator offers solutions to common parenting struggles

Reading Workshop: Supporting Emerging Readers
Tuesday, October 21 at 7:00pm OR Wednesday, October 22 at 8:45am
GMS Lower Elementary Teacher, Mary Jacobson
Find out how children learn to read using the Montessori materials and how parents can best support that process.

Open House: Information session, tour, meet faculty
Sunday, November 9, 1-3pm
Tours every Wednesday at 9:00-10:30 am
Visit the school online at www.thegms.org.

 

Every Day is a Great Day at Greensboro Day School

Education at Greensboro Day School extends beyond traditional classroom academics to include hands-on experiences, citizenship, community, and more!  At GDS, students are encouraged to explore their intellectual curiosity, develop the courage to think independently, and foster a love of learning.

Whether with the youngest Bengals or the graduating seniors, GDS’s program focuses on character development that will build values and virtues to last a lifetime. As children and young adults grow and develop their concern for others, they enhance their own well-being and enrich their learning experiences.

At GDS, learning is about more than mastering a subject. It’s about helping students discover and develop their unique strengths and talents. Boundless opportunities, phenomenal resources, outstanding experiences — they’re here for the taking at Greensboro Day School.

Mark your calendar for a PK-4th grade open house on October 8. Two morning sessions available: 8:30am and 9:45am. Visit www.greensboroday.org/visit for details.

 

Kid’s Morning Out

Forsyth Family magazine invites kids and parents for a morning of FREE fun on Monday, October 13th from 10am to 11:30 am at Salem Gymnastics, 4870 Country Club Road, in Winston-Salem.

Come see all Salem Gymnastics has to offer with a variety of individual activity stations.  Each adult also receives 4 tickets for the fabulous prize board drawings!

Don’t forget to wear your “I {Heart} Winston-Salem bracelet for an extra door prize ticket!!!  Wear it to every KMO event between now and December’s KMO and get an extra door prize ticket!  If you don’t have one – you can get one at KMO!

 

Win a Winter Weekend at Camp Hanes!

Tis the season for summer camp…during the winter! Cozy campfires with s’mores. Camp activities with cooler temps. Sipping Hot Chocolate with friends old and new.  Relive the fun of camp for one weekend this winter.

The 3rd Annual Winter Camp at YMCA Camp Hanes Begins at 7 pm on Friday, December 12 and ends at 10 am on Sunday, December 14. Open to campers age 6-16. Registration for the weekend includes all programming (activities available based on weather), food, lodging, etc. This is a great opportunity for those interested in learning what camp is like during the summer! Register to win this prize by clicking HERE! We announce a winner on October 19. Good luck!

 

Winner of the HomeFree Tickets!

Congrats to Regina Alexander! She is the lucky winner of tickets to the HomeFree luncheon featuring Naomi Judd! Regina, expect an email soon on how you can claim these tickets! Many thanks to Family Services, Inc. and the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina for offering these tickets as prizes!

Be sure to visit Home Free online to learn more about the event and the two organizations. If you’d like to go ahead and order tickets, tables of eight are still available for $600 or individual tickets are $60 and can be purchased online or by calling 336-778-7053.

Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by The Greensboro Montessori School, Greensboro Day School, Forsyth Family Magazine, the YMCA of Northwest NC, Family Services, Inc, and the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina.