Bilingual Montessori School Owner Odalys Fernandez, assisted by Chamber Member Services Coordinator Katy Korkos, cuts the ribbon on her school's new Infant Center Friday afternoon in White Rock. Bilingual Montessori School combines an exclusive curriculum based on Montessori and bilingual education with childcare services. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Infants enrolled at Bilingual Montessori School, 115 Longview Dr. in White Rock are graduating and moving up to the toddler's room, which opens up four new spaces in the school's infant building. The 1,600-square-foot new building houses 12 cribs. Bilingual Montessori provides preschool classes for children six weeks to six years of age, including kindergarten in a Montessori bilingual setting.
By Kirsten Laskey
Los Alamos Daily News
The Bilingual Montessori School is on a roll. Since opening its doors in 2008, enrollment has escalated, the location has changed and expanded and Owner Odalys González Fernández has earned a Success Client Award from the Small Business Development Center in 2008 Just what are the secrets behind the school’s success? “We are known for having a welcoming, friendly atmosphere and nurturing environment," Fernández said. "What we give parents foremost is peace of mind. We work with parent's needs, wants, fears and desires. We operate very professionally. All of our staff are trained, educated, CPR trained and qualified with a background check. We are neither the most expensive nor the cheapest option available. We offer quality care and education with lots of love.”