Right now, your kids are at home and taking classes online to stay protected in our unexpected new reality following the coronavirus outbreak. But life will return to normal and when it does, you will be ready to make the smart move whether it’s choosing a first-rate school or finding activities for learning or escape.
As Westchester¹s highest quality full-time (7:30 am to 6:30 pm) and year-round Montessori School, The Nurtury Montessori School caters to the working parent while running an authentic full-day Montessori Program. The Nurtury’s highly trained Montessori professional staff focus on the needs of each individual child in uniquely small class sizes. This allows a smooth and successful transition from home life to school life. In addition to the Montessori curriculum, the Nurtury offers Infant Massage, Itsy Bitsy Yoga, Spanish Lessons, Music Together, and outstanding outdoor activity spaces, which allow for nature exploration and free play twice a day.
100 Overlook Circle Drive
Why choose T-D? Thornton-Donovan School was founded in 1901 – history loves company. T-D puts the world at your fingertips. It is as local as local gets and as international as the world you are living in. While it’s around the corner, T-D’s travel-study jaunts take students around the world. The Holy Land is its 2020 destination. Don’t hide; go seek – and there’s never a crowd.
The Puzzle Parlour
131 Court Street
Unplug. Interact. Escape. When our sense of normalcy returns after being upended by the coronavirus, adventure awaits you at The Puzzle Parlour. The Puzzle Parlour is a live-action adventure that is unique, exciting, and fun. At our entertainment center in White Plains, you will find a wide variety of fun choices. Come with your friends, family, colleagues, or team to tackle the challenges together. You’ll have a total of 60 minutes to UNPLUG from the digital world, INTERACT with your team of adventurers, and ESCAPE from your day-to-day responsibilities. The question is, can you escape the room using the puzzles, clues, and riddles?
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