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Young Couple Opens Second Montessori School near Summerlin
Published on Thu, Jul 18, 2013 (3:17 p.m.)July 18th 2013: SpringStone Montessori School has the pleasure to announce to the media and the public of the opening of a new Las Vegas preschool and lower elementary school at 2750 Lake Sahara, Las Vegas, NV 89117. SpringStone is licensed for 199 students from 18 months old through 3rd grade. Everyone is invited to attend the Open House / Grand Opening Event on Saturday July 27th 2013 from 3pm to 6pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour the facilities and enjoy free food, drinks, prizes and activities for children.
SpringStone Lakes Montessori School is strategically located to enable as many children as possible in West and Northwest Las Vegas to be receive a Montessori education. With her background in elementary education, Lori Knight, the owner, also wanted to expand the age range at the newest location to provide education for children up through the 3rd grade.
"There are not many Montessori preschools and elementary schools in this part of Las Vegas. We hope to be able to provide an excellent program for the many families who are looking for a quality private school at a reasonable price," Lori states. "All three of our own children attend SpringStone and we can't imagine a better environment for them to start their education. Our goal is for every SpringStone parent to feel the same way for their own children."
SpringStone Lakes Montessori School is owned by Scott and Lori Knight who have been operating an existing SpringStone preschool in Las Vegas near Rainbow and Warm Springs since 2006. SpringStone schools are all family-owned and operated with four additional locations in Albuquerque, NM.
Previously, Lori was an elementary school teacher for 7 years and holds a Master's Degree in Education. Scott previously worked in Real Estate and has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration.
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