Montessori Moment: Alumni Spotlight
Nathaniel Wilhelm is a Montessori School of BG alumnus. He attended through the sixth grade. He is currently at senior at Bowling Green High School. Here's the list of private scholarships he's received so far:
$3,000 Jamie Farr Classic Scholarship (renewable for 4 years)
$2,000 Wood County Hospital Medical Staff Scholarship
$2,000 Robert Kumpe Memorial Soccer Scholarship
$1,000 Bowling Green Schools Foundation Scholarship
$1,000 Bowling Green Exchange Club Scholarship
$1,000 Bowling Green Community Foundation Scholarship
$500 Wood County Township Association Scholarship
$500 Ed & Sandra Metzger Scholarship (renewable 4 years)
Nathaniel has decided to attend Ohio Northern University, where he's been accepted into the 6-year accelerated PharmD program in the Raabe College of Pharmacy, where he is receiving a $19,000 Trustee Scholarship (renewable for 4 years). Lauren (his sister, another MSBG alum) is completing her fifth year there this week and will be starting her 6-year residency rotations in June.
He also was named the Wood County Land Grant Opportunity Scholar at The Ohio State University, earning their top scholarship ($25,000 renewable for 4 years - includes full tuition, fees, room/board and books).
Bowling Green State University awarded him the Forsyth Medal for Excellence in Math & Science this spring and a Full Centennial Scholarship ($10,896 renewable for 4 years - includes full tuition and fees).
University of Toledo named him a Rocket Scholar and awarded him ($9,500 renewable for 4 years - includes full tuition and fees).
Nathaniel also won the Nordmann-Stout Science Award last Friday, on behalf of the science faculty at BGHS!
Nathaniel states, “Montessori's methods created a stimulating environment for learning and understanding. Without Montessori, I don't believe I would be where I'm at now. I really believe Montessori gave me an important foundation for learning.”
Stay tuned as we share other High School seniors’ accomplishments in the next few weeks.
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Saturday, May 12
WBGU-PBS Kids' Extravaganza
245 Troup Avenue
Come enjoy games, inflatables, crafts, and more! Free!
for more information.
Monday, May 14
6th Grade Field Trip to Seneca Caverns
Gl Scrip Orders due, 8:30am
Lil' Dragons Karate, 3:15-3:45pm
Track and Field, 3:15-4:15pm
Tuesday, May 15
Upper Swimming Field Trip
Karate for Youth, 3:15-4:00pm, Oberheu
Wednesday, May 16
6th Grade Field Trip to Energy Fair
Miss Sue's Parent Chat, 8:45am, Foyer
Thursday, May 17
Al-Mar Lanes Bowling Program, 3:15pm
Karate Lil' Dragons, 3:15-3:45pm, Oberheu
Youth Yoga, 3:15-3:45pm, Room 201
Faculty Yoga, 3:45-4:45pm, Room 201
Friday, May 18
Peace PALs, 9:00am
Track and Field, 3:30-4:30pm
Karate for Youth, 3:15-4:00pm, Oberheu
A full calendar is available online:http://www.montessorischoolbg.org
Summer Fun at MSBG
Parents and kids, join us Tuesdays from 10:00-12:00 all summer long!
• Play on the playgrounds
• Pack a picnic
• Walk the trail
No registration is necessary,
but children must be
Questions? Call 352-4203
Thank you to the Girl Scout Troup for the beautiful planters outside.
We are actively seeking recommendations for potential new members of our MSBG Board of Directors. Parents and friends of MSBG are very helpful in reaching out to potential volunteers so we are seeking your recommendations. Generally we are looking for individuals who are involved in the community or who have experience with nonprofits. We are especially looking for someone with fundraising and development expertise. Mostly we want individuals who will be passionate about MSBG! Please let us know of any individuals in the Bowling Green area who you would recommend. They do not have to be directly connected to MSBG. If you have any questions, please contact the school office. Click HERE
for the form.
GL Scrip can work for You!
In these times, every family could use some extra help to pay their children’s tuition. GL Scrip is an excellent tool to provide this assistance. The program allows you to buy gift cards from most of your favorite stores, restaurants, and service establishments and pays a percent of your purchase back to the school in your name that will be applied to your tuition. All you have to do is shop and dine in the places you normally frequent and use the gift cards as your payment. Earning free money doesn’t get much easier than that!
Here are some examples of the many rebates available at GL Scrip:
Bob Evans 9.74%
Elder Beerman 9.74% (includes a 2% bonus until the end of April)
Home Depot 3.74%
Children’s Place 11.74%
Land’s End 15.74%
AND MANY MORE!!!!!
All ordering is done online. Orders are submitted every Monday morning at 8:30 and your cards are available to pick up in the front office by 9am that same Thursday. There are also many e-cards available immediately that can be printed at home. These are found under the ScripNow! feature on the website. To get started, login to www.shopwithscrip.com
or contact Alisa Suelzer at (419)354-8400
or e-mail Alisa.Suelzer@gmail.com
to get detailed instructions.
The registration code for MSBG is 9C4F114515148.
Note that registration in the online Presto Pay program is required to pay for gift cards.
For all of you that receive tuition rebates through your Kroger Plus card, please note that you must RE-ENROLL each card during the month of April in order to continue benefits without interruption for the coming year. The Kroger Community Rewards program year runs from May to May. At the end of each year, Kroger requires that each Kroger Plus member re-establish their link to MSBG or benefits will no longer be paid. Kroger has a designated pool of money that is given each quarter to those that are enrolled. Because it takes many members awhile to login and re-enroll, it really benefits you to login right away and receive benefits in the 1st quarter. The 1st quarter has historically been the largest payout per participant. So don’t delay – re-enroll today!!!
Instructions to re-enroll your Kroger Plus Card:
1. Go to www.kroger.com
2. Click the sign in button on the banner near the top of the screen and enter login info
3. Click on My Account
4. Click on Community Rewards and select “Edit Community Rewards Information”
5. For the 1st option, type in “80235” and hit “Search”
6. For the 2nd item, select “Montessori School of Bowling Green”
7. Save the changes at the bottom
8. Enjoy your tuition rebates for another year!
If you have any questions, contact Alisa.Suelzer@gmail.com
. Also please let Alisa know if you register any new cards so that she is sure to credit your account for the rebates received.
Spring Arts and Music Program
6th Grade Trip: Seneca Caverns
BGSU Rec Center Swimming (Upper)
Energy Fair (Upper)
Memorial Day: No School
Al-Mar Bowling Club's Last Day
Last Regular Day of School
Field Day/6th grade Recognition/Kindergarten Breakfast
Teacher Work day
Youth Martial Arts Camp
A full calendar is available on our website at all times.
Host a Youth
Ohio 4-H is looking for host families for Japanese Youth! We’re looking for 30 more families! – 12 for girls and 18 for boys. If you know a good candidate who has children of their own aged 10 ½ to 14, please contact Mary Lynn Thalheimer right away.
Mary Lynn Thalheimer
Public Library Annoucements
Ohio 4-H International Program Director
2201 Fred Taylor Dr.
Columbus, OH 43210
FREE speech, language and hearing screenings to the public
Save on taxes today!
100 % of our Board of Directors as well as our MSBG Faculty/Staff contribute financially to the school's annual campaign fund. MSBG is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity. You can donate to the school and your contribution is fully deductible to the extent of the law. Click HERE to donate today.
Another benefit of being part of the MSBG school community is the option to rent our facility.
Hosting a baby shower, birthday party or a special family event?
Hosting a special business meeting or community outreach project?
MSBG has a rental agreement policy and has beautiful rooms and kitchens available for your event.
Stop in the office for more information. (419) 352-4203
Did you know? A portion of the proceeds from the Pepsi vending machine located by the head of the Slippery Elm Trail benefits MSBG!
Join us for coffee everyday in the foyer and muffins on Friday, provided by our Upper Elementary students!
Easy Ways to Help our School
PLEASE bring your box tops, labels for education and drink pouches early next week. We'd like to send our next shipment. Click HERE for a great box tops activity.
We collect BOX TOPS and JUICE BOX pouches to raise money for an outdoor sign. Click HERE
for fascinating new programs related to BOX TOPS.
We also collect LABELS FOR EDUCATION. The labels are exchanged for school products.
Love TARGET? They have a rewards program that helps benefit MSBG as a nonprofit organization. Click HERE to sign up today!