Math

We use Go Math! to guide learning in mathematics that aligns with common core WA state standards. This program teaches strategies and solutions with real world scenarios.

 

We strive to develop students who master their basic math facts and are problem solvers. We use hands on manipulatives and online programs to assist students in mastery.

Science

Driven by the Next Generation Science Standards, our curriculum focuses on spiraled learning that deepens each year with hands-on, fun science activities and experiments as we study life, earth and physical sciences.

 

Our STEM program (science, technology, engineering, and math) gives our students the opportunity to learn about engineering and technology. 

Social Studies

We place an emphasis on geography, mapping skills and social studies. We begin with the “self” and move outward in concentric circles through family, school, neighborhood, city, state, country and the world. Our curriculum is based on OSPI standards for Social Studies and our teachers intentionally guide students to think about humans’ relationships with their environments and with each other. We host a geography and career fair annually to share students creativity and learning.

Literacy

Our literacy philosophy is based on a literacy model, which is a multilevel, balanced literacy framework that incorporates four different approaches each day to teach children how to become better readers, writers, and spellers. Our literacy curriculum uses programs like IXL, Reading A-Z, Raz Kids and Mosdos Press to support the following subject areas:

 

  • Writing Mechanics

  • Reading Accuracy, Fluency & Comprehension

  • Text based studies which include authors purpose, summarizing and analyzing text

  • Different Forms of Writing (opinionated, informative and creative)

  • Spelling, grammar and vocabulary 

Social Emotional

We adopted the Nurtured Heart Approach which has three important components:

  • Focus on things that are going right

  • Not giving attention to negativity

  • Having clear expectations

 

This approach helps students make better choices and see the greatness within them. Teachers are focused on noticing good behavior and effort in the work and behavior that students do. We have support from an on-site behavior specialist for students that need specialized behavior plans and providing short lessons to all classes to teach social emotional awareness and Growth Mindset.

Clubs

We offer a variety of clubs in different areas where students can choose and explore art, cooking, Website design, software coding, sewing, science, music and more. 

 

Clubs give our students the opportunity to learn new skills, explore areas of interest and various career paths.

For a more detailed look at our general studies curriculum for each grade level click on the button below.

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Contact Us

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Tel: 206-523-9766

Email: info@mmscdayschool.org

Address

8420 Dayton Ave N

Seattle, WA 98103

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Preschool - Infant

6 weeks - 12 months

2022-2023 School Year

Full Day Tuition (8:30 am-3:45 pm):

$1,695 monthly ($16,950 total annually)

Fees:

$50 new student (one-time fee)

$300 registration ($900 max per family)

$150 materials per student

$1,000 security fee per family

$10/hr optional extended care (7:30 am-8:30 am & 4pm-5pm)

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Preschool - ECC

12 months - 5 years

2022-2023 School Year

Full Day Tuition (8:30 am-3:45 pm):

$1,475 per month ($14,750 total annually)

Half Day Tuition (8:30 am-12:45 pm):

$1,095 per month ($10,950 total annually)

Fees:

$50 new student (one-time fee)

$300 registration ($900 max per family)

$150 materials per student

$1,000 security fee per family

$10/hr optional extended care (7:30 am-8:30 am & 4pm-5pm)

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Day School

Kindergarten - 8th Grade

2022-2023 School Year

Tuition: 

$1,525 monthly ($15,250 total annually)

Fees: 

$50 new student (one-time fee)

$300 registration ($900 max per family)

$150 materials per student

$1,000 security fee per family

$10/hr optional extended care (7:30 am-8:30 am & 4pm-5pm)

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MMSC Day School

Kindergarten - 8th Grade

To apply, please have all items on the checklist ready and complete the application.

  1. New Student Checklist

  2. New Student Application

Submit school transcripts (including Hebrew school, if available) for children past first grade with your application.

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Seattle Jewish Montessori Preschool

6 weeks - 6 years old

To apply, please have all items on the checklist ready and complete the application.

  1. New Student Checklist - can the preschool checklist be different or is it supposed to be same?

  2. New Student Application - can the preschool checklist be different or is it supposed to be same?

  3. Parent Questionnaire

Submit school transcripts (including Hebrew school, if available) for children past first grade with your application.

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Montessori Guides

Our staff are dedicated and loving individuals from a broad range of educational and professional backgrounds.

 

The main objective is to prepare and organize the learning environment to meet the needs and interests of each children, promote independence and guide them to experiment and learn new things daily.

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Classroom Community

Our classrooms are made up of mixed ages giving children the opportunity to grow and learn from each other. Younger children get a chance to look ahead and see what’s coming next by watching the older children. Older children reinforce their knowledge by sharing it with their younger friends.

 

Tiny Tots: 14-18 months old
Toddlers: 18 months-3 years old (child needs to be 18 months by August 31st) 
Preschool: 3-6 years old.

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Jewish Approach

Throughout all parts of the day, children are taught to see everything through the lens of Hashem’s world, a world created by G-d, Who pays attention to each plant, bug and person in it. This deepens their sense of Judaism and gives them excitement for all of creation!

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Mission

We aim to provide students with a meaningful, relevant, and academically rigorous Judaic and General education that enables them to pursue an educational path of their choice in high school and beyond.

 

Our goal is to inspire our students to utilize their unique abilities to be lamplighters in their current and future environments. We achieve this through state-of-the-art curricula, guided by Chabad teachings and rooted in timeless Jewish values while embracing and catering to each child and family's needs. We encourage each student to strive towards achieving their full potential.

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Vision

Our vision is for our graduates to be well educated, knowledgeable, with a love for learning Torah and general studies, and to provide them with the tools needed to be self-learners.


With a focus on Middot (character building), our goal is for our graduates to show exemplary kindness and empathy. Indeed, we aim to imbue an awareness and an appreciation of the world at large and our responsibility to contribute to its spiritual and material continuity. Through an exploration of the land of Israel and the study of the Hebrew language, we aim to nurture within our students a strong connection to our Holy land.

A Meaningful Education

that Lasts a Lifetime

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Programs

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MMSC Day School (K-8)

As committed as our teachers are to challenging our students, they are even more committed to helping and encouraging our students to achieve their personal bests.

 

Our day school curriculum builds on the foundations gained in the Montessori preschool program. We integrate our Judaic curriculum (Hebrew language, Torah and Jewish law; Jewish history, weekly Torah reading/Parshah; and holiday workshops) with a rigorous general studies curriculum (English, math, science, social studies and reading). 

 

We are currently in a partnership with Merkaz Linyanei Chinuch, the NCSPA (National Council for Private School Accreditation) and MSA (Middle States Association) for the goal of attaining accreditation for our school. These accreditations ensure that we are consistently developing, growing and meeting learning benchmarks to exceed academic standards throughout all grade levels.
 

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Jewish Montessori Preschool

Ages 1-5

Our preschool aligns with the Montessori method, giving children many options and paths of learning which spark their interest and curiosity to become self motivated learners. We feel that many of the Montessori values parallel the Jewish way of educating each child according to their unique self.

 

Our children interact within the prepared classroom environment working at their own developmental learning pace, while adhering to principles of grace, courtesy, and respect for each other and learning materials. Both individual and group learning experiences are emphasized within each classroom using Montessori materials.

 

The multi-age classroom is a system built within our classrooms that provides opportunity for leadership. Children are exposed to Hebrew and English language, holidays, Parsha, math, botany and geography. These rich layered strands of curriculum build progressively as a student advances through the Montessori educational levels.

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MMSC Day School

Grades K-8

As committed as our teachers are to challenging our students, they are even more committed to helping and encouraging our students to achieve their personal bests.

 

Our day school curriculum builds on the foundations gained in the Montessori preschool program. We integrate our Judaic curriculum (Hebrew language, Torah and Jewish law; Jewish history, weekly Torah reading/Parshah; and holiday workshops) with a rigorous general studies curriculum (English, math, science, social studies and reading). 

 

We are currently in a partnership with Merkaz Linyanei Chinuch, the NCSPA (National Council for Private School Accreditation) and MSA (Middle States Association) for the goal of attaining accreditation for our school. These accreditations ensure that we are consistently developing, growing and meeting learning benchmarks to exceed academic standards throughout all grade levels.
 

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Academic Excellence

Our rigorous and mission-centered Judaic and General Studies curriculum is enhanced with highly trained faculty that have significant teaching experience. We offer small class sizes, with an average of 1:7 teacher to student ratio, which promotes close relationships and the ability to guide and nurture your child’s individual personality and growth. 

We're currently in a partnership with Merkaz Linyanei Chinuch to attain accreditation with the NCSPA (National Council for Private School Accreditation) and MSA (Middle States Association). These accreditations ensure that we're consistently developing, growing and meeting learning benchmarks to exceed academic standards.

Our preschool aligns with the Montessori method (which values are in parallel to the Jewish way of educating each child according to their unique self), giving children many options and paths of learning which spark their interest and curiosity to become self motivated learners.