Montessori Primary Care Program (MPC)

Montessori Primary Care Program offers care for Alcuin School Primary students before and after school. The emphasis of the program is to generate a sense of family and community and to deal with the practical daily needs of children of this age: outside play, the noon meal, nap, and free choice of work or play. This busy but predictable schedule provides a sense of security so important to this age group.

We are happy to say that we are able to expand our MPC offering this year to encompass children from all 8 of the Primary classrooms. MPC will be located in the West Wing in Rooms 602 and 603. The children from 4 Primary classrooms will be in Room 602 and children from the other 4 Primary classrooms will be in Room 603. This allows MPC to operate during conference days, in-service days and early dismissal days.
 
The afternoon routine at MPC involves lunch, naps for the younger group and resting time for the older group, outside play, snack between 3:30-4:00 and lots of fun. Every day we have music and movement and story time . Children do science experiments, exploration of nature, art projects, have access to many art mediums, sewing and weaving projects and many games.
 
The different options are: 11:30-3:30, 11:30-6:00 or 3:00-6:00

After School Enrichment

After School Enrichment offers care for students elementary aged and older. The emphasis of the program is to provide a creative and relaxing space for students to engage in play, projects or homework. After School Enrichment takes place in the Innovation Studio, and students are free to utilize the indoor and outdoor environments.

On typical school days, students arrive in the afternoons at 3:25pm and may stay until 6:00pm. When Alcuin has early release, students are brought to After School Enrichment at their dismissal time. After School Enrichment Athletics provides care for those students who play on Alcuin’s athletic teams on practice and game days.

On in-service days and during Bridge times, students have access to all day care. Trips are planned for students on these days to allow them the opportunity to explore the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. Students who are not registered for After School Enrichment year round are welcome to sign up for Bridge time or the one-day trips throughout the school year. Bridge time offers a slightly shorter day, ending promptly at 5:30pm.

Contact Us

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  • Photo of Liliana Pankow

    Ms. Liliana Pankow 

    MPC Coordinator
    (972) 664-4546
    AMI Primary Montessori Training at MINT
    2019
  • Photo of Joann Dilworth

    Mrs. Joann Dilworth 

    BASE Coordinator
    Ashford University - BA
    2004
Innovative Thinkers. Passionate Learners.