• Magnet News:

    Montessori Magnet students are participating in the UNICEF Kid Power Program, which is designed to give kids the power to end global malnutrition and save lives, one step at a time. 

    Students are wearing a UNICEF Kid Power Band, which tracks their steps and movement. The more they move, the more points they will earn to provide malnourished children with Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF). UNICEF uses RUTF to treat children suffering from severe acute malnutrition, a life-threatening condition that affects 16 million children worldwide.

    This is a great opportunity for our students since active students are better learners. An independent evaluation of UNICEF Kid Power in Sacramento schools found that kids participating in the program were 55% more active than their peers not participating. Students who engage with Kid Power have also been shown to achieve recommended levels of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) 44% more days than their peers.

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    Parents will be notified about acceptance into the Magnet program on April 5, 2018. For more information contact Dian Emrith @ 754-322-2900 or dian.emrith@browardschools.com

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    In-boundary parents (Sawgrass/Nob Hill/Horizon/Village):

    We are very happy that you are interested in our Montessori program. The application process is different for our in-boundary feeder schools. You are NOT required to complete an online application for the Montessori Magnet. You do, however, have different options.

    1. Select the “MAGNET” box on the Course Selection Card sent home with your child in the Spring.
    2. You can call Mrs. Emrith @ 754-322-2900 or
    3. E-mail Mrs. Emrith: emrith@browardschools.com to advise her of your interest.
    4. Attend our Magnet Open House on January 23rd @ 6:00 pm

    We look forward to seeing you soon!

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