SIGN UP FOR THE MIR SUMMER PROGRAM
The MIR Summer Program offers flexible programs, lots of summer fun, and a consistent environment for your child. Whether you need a full-day schedule or just a few hours, MIR has a summer program for your child.
Toddlers (ages 18 months to 2 1/2 years) will supplement their Montessori environment with special summer activities including gardening, crafts, and water play. An outing to the San Bernardino County Museum will enhance their summer enjoyment. Full-, all-, and half-day programs are available, as well as two- and three-day programs. Learn more.
Primary-age children (2 1/2 to 6 years) seem like they never stop moving or exploring, and the MIR summer program provides plenty of fun and engaging activities in addition to their regular Montessori program.
Your child will enjoy the consistency of their Montessori environment, supplemented by special summer activities such as cooking, gardening, sporting activities, and an in-depth look at subjects such as sea life and art. Field trips provide opportunities for exploration in the wider world as well as old-fashioned summer fun. Full-, all-, and half-day programs are available. Learn more.
ELEMENTARY SUMMER PROGRAM
The Elementary Summer Program offers classes to suit a whole range of interests. Children can explore the world, create a masterpiece, learn a bit of French, or enjoy numerous outdoor activities, just to name a few classes. Field trips round out their opportunities for exploration. Students may enroll for morning sessions, afternoon sessions, or all day. Learn more.
WHO CAN ENROLL
The Toddler and Primary summer programs are open to continuing students and to new students registered for the 2013–2014 school year who meet the age requirements. The Elementary summer program is open to any student age 6 to 12 who has completed first grade.
HOW TO ENROLL
Registration for current MIR families is ongoing. The deposit for families who register by April 12 is $100. All families who register after April 12 will be required to pay the full amount of the first session attending at the time of registration. New families may register starting April 15. Fill out the packet you received in your student folder or pick up a packet at the school.
- - Toddler registration form
- - Primary registration form and swim waiver - students attending 9 a.m.-12 p.m. will not need a swim waiver.
- - Elementary registration form and waiver for Woodshop classes - only those students who register for a woodshop class need the waiver.