September 8 is approaching!
Are you ready to start a fantastic year at TAIS? Thursday, September 8, will be our first day of school for all grades.
If you haven’t had the chance already, check out our programs and calendar.
Contact us for information via email at email@example.com or call us at 081 762-2800/081 570-7272.
TAIS is a member of the American Montessori Society
As of March 16th, 2016, TAIS Naples is part of the American Montessori Society.
AMS is the foremost advocate for quality Montessori education, an innovative, child-centered approach to learning. AMS sets the high professional standards that inform Montessori education as practiced in AMS-accredited schools and taught in AMS-affiliated teacher education programs.
A not-for-profit organization based in New York City, with nearly 13,000 members worldwide, AMS is also a hub of all things Montessori: an information center for its members, the media, and the public; a voice in the public policy arena; and a mobilizing force for the global Montessori community, through support services, research, and professional development events.
Visit TAIS on September 7th!
We hope everyone had a great vacation and would like to inform you that TAIS is accepting registrations for the 2016 – 2017 School Year.
The School office is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 am to 3 pm.
Our Open House will be on Wednesday September 7th, from 10 am to 12 pm.
For more information call 081 762-2800/081 570-7272.
Participating in “Change the World” in New York
During the month of March some of the Secondary Education students had an amazing experience by participating in the Model U.N. “Change The World” project at the United Nations building in New York. The project involved the simulation of procedures and drafting of one or more resolutions related to the theme “The Internet: Freedom of Speech”
The students dressed in suits or coats and ties, assumed the role of “Delegate for a Day” representing different nations of the world in their assigned Commissions.
With dedication and commitment they made arrangements for a debate, sought alliances and aimed for the passage of their resolutions.
Our “Delegates of Libya”, Gabriella Di Biase and Emanuele Corsaro received special recognition for their outstanding contributions to their commission.
Opening and closing ceremonies, intense days of work, meetings and discussions among the various delegations drove the short but intense period of stay in the United Nations building.
The students also had some free time to really get to know New York city by visiting its main attractions: Central Park, Times Square, the Metropolitan Museum, the Natural History Museum, Brooklyn Bridge, Ground Zero, Freedom Tower, Hard Rock Café, and shopping.
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