Who: The Children’s House of Washington (C.H.O.W.) opened in September 1981 by Patti Harburger who retired in 2012.
This school is a place where children love learning and a place where they challenge themselves day-to-day.
Through a traditional Montessori education CHOW is a community committed to establishing the intellectual, emotional and physical foundation that will develop the skills for your child to become a self-directed learner, flexible thinker, creative problem solver and support their ever increasing curiosity about the world in which they live.
The Children’s House is child-centered within a nurturing environment where exceptional and experienced teachers support and guide each student with warmth and respect. The school’s single method focus is to teach children the necessary skills they will need to succeed in each school they attend as well as in the larger context of their adult lives.
Where: The Children’s House of Washington (C.H.O.W.): 3133 Dumbarton Street NW, Washington, DC 20007
What: Parents and children are invited to an open house on January 20th, 2018 from 9:00am-11:30am.
This open house is especially important because founder, Patti Harburger will be speaking from 10:00am-10:30am about the various aspects and benefits of the Montessori method. Topics include: hands-on-learning, enhanced social skills, independence building, curiosity and love of learning, executive functioning as well as Montessori approaches to teaching math, reading and writing.
If you are unable to attend the school welcomes you to contact the school director to set up an appointment that works for you! There will be other open houses in March & April.
Why: The Children’s House has rolling enrollment and accommodate children ages 2-5.
The children at CHOW get incredible personalized attention and leave the school with a great start to their academic careers.
Need a little more affirmation that you should check out CHOW? See the reviews on Facebook –all 5 stars from parents!