Distance Learning

Living apart.  Learning together.

The Montessori Way.  


The Village School doors may be closed, but the learning goes on. 
See how our families and teachers are staying connected and continuing on their educational journey together. 


The Village School Distance Learning Difference

We are switching to Google Meet!

effective 5/5/2020

Instructions can be found to the right. 

A Message from The Village School Staff

Just received our email about the plan for school online for the time we are home...Our Teachers and Staff are AMAZING! I thought I loved our school as much as I could, but WOW! So grateful! Thank you!!!

- Elissa Ewing, parent of 2 VS Students

Distance Learning on All Levels

a collage of photos of students distance learning


Sample Some of Our Classes



toddler following along with a learning video


2 primary students watching their teacher do a lesson on computer

Lower Elementary

Lower Elementary student doing checkerboard math at home

Upper Elementary

Upper elementary student working at home

Middle School

Middle School student distance learning


student doing an online art class

Enrichment Opportunities


Sara's Makerspace

The Village School Makerspace may be closed but the making goes on!  

All projects can be done with things you can find at home. 

Have fun making!

a graphic that says Sara's Makerspace with a photo of makerspace instructor

Ep 4: Two Ways to Make a Jump Rope

Bedtime Stories 

Checkout our library of books read by our very own Village School librarian, Carla!

Duck and Goose

A Green Place to Be

Look for special guest readers coming soon...

Social-Emotional Resources


photo of admission director Toni-Marie Brickhouse

Toni-Marie Brickhouse, M.S.W, L.S.W

Surviving and Thriving through Covid-19

In addition to my role as The Village School’s admissions director, I also serve as the school’s youth counselor. In 2019, I received my Master’s degree in social work from Seton Hall University.  During that time, I served on a number of child study teams and worked with the homeless population of Bergen County.

As the school’s social worker, I am able to provide supportive school-based counseling to students whose parents or teachers identify a need in their child or student. My number one goal is to support the needs of the child socially, emotionally, and academically through individual and small-group counseling.
Here on our COVID-19 response page, you will find resources and supportive content to help parents and children cope with the social and emotional stress due to the current pandemic.

We will get through this together.

Visit Toni-Marie's Surviving and Thriving Page

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