Join us for an Evening with the Stars!

Twenty five years ago, the hard work of our founders, community partners, teachers, and parents paid off and we opened our very first center in northeast Denver! Today, we are proud to say that we not only have a center in northeast Denver, but have also added our northwest center, and a home-based program. Our unique, Montessori preschool program is widely accredited and internationally
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Family Star’s first 5k Fun Walk/Run was a success!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first 5k Fun Walk/Run on Sunday, June 5 at Sloan’s Lake Park! We would also like to thank those who donated and spread the word. Your efforts made the event a success! We enjoyed the beautiful Colorado weather, connected with Family Star families, employees, and supporters, and enjoyed delicious treats provided by our generous sponsors.
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Family Star 5k

Join us in celebrating 25 years of service!

Registration is now open for our first ever 5k Fun Walk/Run! Join us at beautiful Sloan’s Lake for a 25th anniversary celebration including live music, food, fitness, and fun for the whole family! Click on the “Register!” button to create a fundraising team, join an existing team, or register yourself. Our goal is to raise $10,000 so that we can continue providing Denver area
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April is Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month!

Family Star Montessori is proud to celebrate Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month. Partnering with Denver Human Services through a generous mini-grant, we will be hosting a variety of events to spread awareness about the prevention of child abuse and neglect. You may have noticed the blue pinwheels surrounding both of our centers or our staff wearing pinwheel pins. According to, the blue
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Support Family Star on Colorado Gives Day!

Colorado Gives Day is December 8th, 2015! Any donations made to Family Star through on December 8th will be boosted by a $1 Million Incentive Fund provided by Community First Foundation and FirstBank. It’s the perfect time to make your annual gift or set up recurring pledge payments. To schedule your donation in advance: 1. Search for Family Star’s page on 2.
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Family Star’s School Closure Policy

Dear Parents: As the winter season is rapidly approaching, I want to remind everyone of Family Star’s school closure policy. Traditionally, Family Star pays attention to the closure decisions made by Denver Public Schools (DPS) when making final decisions regarding school closures.  However, there may be some instances when Family Star does not follow DPS’s school closure schedule and chooses to close to ensure
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NE Accreditation

Our Northeast Center is NAEYC Accredited!

We are proud to announce that our Northeast Center has received accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)! Our Northwest Center received accreditation earlier this year and we are very excited that the quality of both of our centers is reaffirmed by NAEYC. According to the NAEYC website, “NAEYC accreditation is the gold standard for early childhood programs across
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Colorado Symphony Visits Family Star Montessori NE!

On April 8th, 2015 our Northeast Center (2940 Curtis Street) enjoyed a visit from the Colorado Symphony! The Symphony is a partner of the City and County of Denver‘s 5 by 5 Program, which provides Denver Head Start and Early Head Start children and their families with year-round access and educational opportunities at fifteen of Denver’s amazing cultural venues at no cost. When the Colorado Symphony contacted us
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Making Space

Making Space by Kari Ewert-Krocker | Montessori Blog I come from a HUGE extended family. Growing up, my Mom, Brother Kevin, and I lived with my grandparents. There were thirteen of us in a house with one bathroom. On Sundays, all of my aunts and uncles who didn’t live at the house would come over with their kids, too. The place was full to
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How Are the Children?

The Masai tribe of Africa, long renowned for their warrior spirit, has a traditional greeting that the community uses to gauge the health of the tribe. It is, quite simply, “How are the children?” The traditional response “The children are well” means that peace and safety prevail; the priorities of protecting the young and the powerless are in place; and that the people have
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