Toddler I


Class Overview

Our Toddler I Program Introduces Children to the Montessori Method

Toddler I Classroom

Our Toddler I Montessori program begins introducing the Montessori Method to our students. We spend time on language development, exploration through free movement and play, build gross motor skills, explore colors, shapes, and even incorporate a music and movement program. We have fun and enjoy introducing the children to learning, school, playing with others and beginning Montessori works.

  • Language Development
  • Art, Music and Physical Education
  • Gross Motor Development Through Play
  • Practical Life Skills Development

Age Group: 9-18 Months Old
Class Size: 6-12 Children

Toddler I Class Educators

Tracey Reinhart

Head of School

Nicole Ward

Lead Teacher, Toddler I

Nicole Ward is the Lead Teacher in our Toddler 1 classroom and she has been part of the MES family since 2014.

Nicole went to Stephen F. Austin for Elementary Education before falling into the veterinary world. After 10 years of loving on animals, she was led back to her roots and her passion for children. She started off as a volunteer and mother of two students at MES. She loved the school and Montessori Method so much, she stuck around. She is currently training to become Montessori certified.

Nicole and her husband Quinn have two children, one current MES student and one alumni. She has many pets including dogs, cats, chickens and goats. She loves to be involved with her children’s activities and in her spare time, enjoys reading and being crafty.

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Associate Teacher, Toddler I

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Associate Teacher, Toddler I

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Montessori Episcopal School is the only Christian Montessori school in Denton county.

We have been serving Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village toddlers through kindergartners for the past 50+ years.


Montessori Episcopal School turns preschoolers into independent creative thinkers. Our programs have:

  • Individualized instruction on each child
  • Weekly library, art, PE and music
  • Biblical training through weekly chapel


  • A focus on whole-child learning, including physical, education and spiritual development
  • A natural, maker-space playground and garden
  • Passionate, long-tenured teachers
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