Parent Workshops & Support
Prospective parents are strongly encouraged to learn more about Post Oak and the Montessori approach. You are welcome at parent-focused educational coffees, workshops, and community-wide events for current families.
Join us for one or more of these events. Please contact the Admission Office if you have any questions.
Current and prospective parents are invited to this monthly meeting led on a rotating basis by our division directors, head of school, and the Houston Montessori Institute executive director. Topics have included Montessori outcomes, lessons and curricula, preparing to transition to the next level, the three-year cycle, and more.
- Sept. 23
- Oct. 21
- Nov. 18
- Dec. 9
Prospective families, please fill out this form to let us know you'd like to attend, and we'll send you the link in advance of the event. Current families, please check announcements in the parent portal for sign up information.
Parent Education Opportunities
- Montessori Journey in October
- Montessori Talk, most months
- Montessori 101 in November
- Alumni Voices in January
- The Middle School Experience in October
- The High School Experience in October
- Parenting the Love and Logic Way (fall and spring)
- Redirecting Children's Behavior (fall and spring)
Other Special Events
- POPA Volunteer Days, most first Fridays of the month
- Storytime with Cory (monthly)
- Family Fun Day in November
- Family Movie Night in April
A parent and Primary teacher at Montessori Journey
Infant-Parent Classes (currently not available)
We offer classes for parents with children two months old to pre-walking. Our focus is supporting you to aid your child's language development, movement, social-emotional development, and self-care. Learn more and register on our website.
Childcare for Current Families
Childcare for current families is available for most evening events. To be eligible to attend, children must be students at Post Oak in the Primary or Elementary programs. The cost is $5 per child and will be billed to your account by the Business Office.
Reservations must be made in advance with the front office and will be accepted as long as space and staffing allow.
Aid to Life provides instructions for movement, communication, independence, and self-discipline based on Montessori principles. The format is easy to understand and apply immediately. Presentations include video as well as step-by-step directions.