In April 2017, MLK Montessori students produced original works of art for Week of the Young Child. After meeting with the students themselves or viewing the childrens' interviews with MLK staff, the artists produced amazing original works inspired by the creativity of our students. Watch the videos…
We have the privilege to have volunteers from the Links group to read with our students. Today, they read the book "Raising Dragons" written by Jerdine Nolen. The children really enjoyed hearing the story and seeing a "real" dragon.
MLK Montessori is partnering with Lincoln Life and FW Citilink for this event. The students will learn about Rosa Parks on the Citilink Bus and will hear a story read to them by a Lincoln Life volunteer in their classroom. The students will also be making Freedom Bells during this time.
We would love to have as many parents involved as possible. If you would like to come and help and/or just experience this event with your child, please call the office and let us know.
We are thrilled to announce that Fall 2018, MLK Montessori School will be hosting its second annual SmartStart Soirée. We invite community leaders, art lovers, and educational advocates to gather as we celebrate our 50th anniversary at this one-of-a-kind event.
Are you in the mood for candy, treats, and loads (trunk loads!) of fun? Then grab your favorite costume and join us for MLK Montessori's 2017 Trunk-or-Treat! All are welcome for this fun and family-friendly community event!
We are thrilled to announce that onSeptember 28, 2017, MLK Montessori will be hosting its first-ever SmartStart Soirée. At this elegant event, community leaders, art lovers, and educational advocates will gather at Ashberry Real Estate’s East End Loft in downtown Fort Wayne for an evening of appetizers, cocktails, and – most importantly – art. The event will include
On #ArtsyThursday we celebrated the joy and learning children experience when engaging in creative art making. Children develop creativity, social skills and fine motor skills with open-ended art projects where they can make choices, use their imaginations, and create with their hands. #woyc17
Join our community for this free presentation of the Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature 1970 KING A filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis sponsered by Indiana Tech Faith Services, Turner Chapel AME Church, IPFW Multicultural & Diversity Affairs.
Time: Saturday Feb. 4 @ 6pm (part 1) and Thursday Feb 9 @ 6pm (part 2)
Place: Magee O'Connor Theater, Andorfer Commons at Indiana Tech