|Thank you for your interest in Sunnyside Montessori!|
|Sunnyside is no longer taking new applications|
As of November 3rd, 2017 it was decided that Sunnyside would close at the end of July, 2018.
Here is the offical statement from our owners, Linda and Paul:
"Sunnyside has been a vital part of our lives for many, many years. We're proud of the role Sunnyside has played in our local community and in the many lives it has touched over the past 33 years. Circumstances and priorities change over the course of one's life, however, and this is true for our lives, as well. After much thought and consideration, we have decided to close down Sunnyside at the end of the current school year- July 2018. This was not a decision taken or made lightly. We feel it is the right decision, however, based on our circumstances and the path our lives our taking. We apologize for any anxiety or inconvenience this will create. We are honored to have been an important part of so many families' lives since 1984.
Thank you for your understanding, Linda and Paul Baldwin"
Our email address is:
Our Director is Sarah Klahs. Feel free to reach out if you have further questions or want to share your Sunnyside Story with us. We love to hear about our place in people's lives over the years!
We will not be holding school tours during the 2017-2018 School Year at Sunnyside.
|ADMISSION AND NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Admission in Sunnyside Montessori is open to all students regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion or handicapping condition. No child shall be discriminated against or denied access to any aspect of Sunnyside Montessori's pre-school activities or services.
Sunnyside Montessori has a policy to make reasonable accommodation to physical or mental limitations of disabled children in care or seeking care using the resources available as well as community resources available. If Sunnyside resources and reasonable accommodations do not meet a child's needs, then special consultants will be used to meet these needs, develop resources and train staff.
If the child still needs additional assistance that Sunnyside is unable to accommodate reasonably then community resources and special consultants will be used to refer the child to a suitable facility that will meet these needs. Parents with special questions or concerns can make an appointment to meet with the Director to discuss these concerns or needs.