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Little Voyageurs' Montessori School
March 20, 2024
Job Type
$48,000 - $60,000
Education Requirements
AMI or AMS Montessori Diploma or certificate
Experience Requirements
Previous work with young children
Work Hours
7:30/8:00am to 4:00/4:30pm plus events
Street Address
825 51st AVenue NE


Little Voyageurs Montessori School (LVMS) was established in 1968 and is a non-profit, parent-operated Montessori school located in Columbia Heights. We serve children from diverse backgrounds, approximately age 3 through kindergarten, in a multi-age classroom. LVMS is open year-round, and the educational program is complemented by an extended day program. Both provide a nurturing, high-quality, structured learning environment for the total child. The Montessori program operates within a typical school year, and also includes a 7-week Montessori summer program.

LVMS provides a collaborative, positive work environment and offers benefits that include paid time off, paid holidays, health, dental, vision, retirement, and training opportunities.

LVMS is an environment that is respectful and joyful for children and adults, and we are seeking applicants who are dedicated to the development of young children.

Applicants should have a love for children, be creative, take initiative, have patience, and work well in a team that creates a unique Montessori environment and follows the Montessori theory.


Experience working with young children.
Knowledge of early child development.

A love for children, be creative, takes initiative, have patience, and works well in a team that creates a unique Montessori environment and follows the Montessori theory.


Responsibilities include:

• Planning, implementing, and presenting Montessori activities in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, Culture/Geography, Science, Music, and Art
• Observe and assess each child's progress providing individualized guidance and support
• Foster independence, self-discipline, and a love for learning in each child
• Creating and maintaining a safe, nurturing, self-directed environment for students
• Facilitating a harmonious work environment with co-workers and children
• Collaborate with other educators and staff members to create a cohesive educational experience
• Collaborate with parents to ensure open communication and involvement in their child's education
• Engaging in proactive communication with colleges, parents, and Board Members
• Maintain accurate records of each child’s progress, write and hold parent conferences
• Implement effective classroom management strategies to create a positive learning environment


Leadership, flexibility, patience, good verbal and written communication skills , creative, takes initiative, and enjoys children.

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