Setting Limits

Parenting is one of the most rewarding and challenging roles we play as adults. Our society has high expectations of parents and yet we are not always able to access the resources we need to become the parent we want …

Guest Speaker Oct 25 – Vipin Thekk

Thursday, October 25 | 6 p.m.

The Cobb School, Montessori presents

Parents as Change Agents

Our children live in a world that is rapidly changing. Sixty percent of tomorrows jobs do not exist today. Social problems are outnumbering the solutions.

Children Experience Nature Firsthand at The Cobb School

Katelyn Stryeski, a naturalist and wildlife care manager at Roaring Brook Nature Center in Canton, visited primary classes at The Cobb School, Montessori in Simsbury on February 8 to share her expertise on winter wildlife patterns as well as her …

Magic with a Message

Students at The Cobb School, Montessori received a visit from a special magician. Sister Carol Ann performed two magic acts, first for Cobb’s younger students and a second for Cobb’s elementary students and special guests from McLean Senior Living Community.

Montessori and Independence with Jesse McCarthy

Are you interested in learning the basics of Montessori? In this article, popular educator, Jesse McCarthy, discusses Montessori education and how it helps children develop independence—both in school and at home.  Read Article

Cobb Announces Head of School Appointment

October 2, 2018 – The Cobb School, Montessori’s Board of Trustees announces that Mrs. Susan Angelides will be the second Head of School, effective July 1, 2019.


Dear Members of the Cobb School Community,

On behalf of the Board …

Downright Music and Cobb Come Together

As owner of Downright Music in Collinsville, Andrew Decker has been teaching music for 15 years. Several students have been from Cobb, and through them he’s come to understand the Montessori philosophy and this unique school community. Today he teaches …

Selectman Gives Lesson at The Cobb School on “Getting Involved”

Christian Allyn, a 23 year old selectman from Canaan, CT, visited The Cobb School in Simsbury on Election Day to talk with the elementary students about his path to public service, the role of local government, and the importance of …

Maple Sugarer Teaches Cobb School Students about Tree Tapping

Students at The Cobb School may have grown tired of wind-whipped recesses, but their exasperation was put into perspective February 11 when they discovered the efforts of maple sugarers during winter.

Ron Kasulaitis, retired Simsbury firefighter and owner of Hidden …