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Do you have a new email, phone number, or want to update your records? Click below to access the Student and Family Information Update Form.Submit updates
Click below to read City Garden's Family Handbook, a guide outlining all school-related information and resources.Learn more
It's back to school paperwork season! The following paperwork must be submitted (either digitally or on paper) by Friday, August 19 at 5:00 PM.
1. One Student Information Packet must be completed for EACH City Garden student.
2. One Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals must be completed ONCE per family. Even if families do not think they will qualify, they MUST complete this form in order for CGMS to report necessary data to the State of Missouri's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
To fill out printed copies, please visit the front desk of either school building to request paperwork. All back to school paperwork filled out on paper must be turned in, in person to the front desk of either school building.
If you wish to un-enroll your City Garden student, please complete our brief Withdrawal Form.
City Garden Montessori School is thrilled to host a few back to school events this year! Please click below to review the events, and select from the options in order to register. For questions, please contact Cassidy Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 664-7646 ext. 109.
If you haven’t already, please check out the 2022-23 School Calendar. We will share updated versions if and when needed, but at this time, Version 1 remains the most accurate version. You may also visit and subscribe to our website calendar, syncing City Garden events and programs directly to your calendar!
Please click below to access the Supply Lists designated by classroom or level.
Primary 1 - Ms. Shannon Adams' Classroom
Primary 2 - Ms. Hilary Fischman’s Classroom
Primary 3 - Ms. Young Kim’s Classroom
Primary 4 - Ms. Celeste Ocana’s Classroom
Primary 5 - Ms. Sarah Johnston’s Classroom
Primary 6 - Ms. Julia Freeman’s Classroom
Kindergarten 1 - Ms. Carmen Beliz’s and Mr. Travis Woosley’s Classroom.
Kindergarten 2 - Ms. Amy Willems Classroom
Kindergarten 3 - Ms. Emile Moroney
1st, 2nd, & 3rd Graders
4th, 5th, & 6th Graders
7th & 8th Graders
Every Sunday at 3:00 PM, the Principals of City Garden Montessori School will release their weekly newsletters, featuring upcoming dates, new information, and reminders.
Principal Crystal Isom oversees the Early Childhood Education Center at 1618 Tower Grove Avenue, serving preschool and Kindergarten students.
Principal Pat Garrett oversees the Elementary and Adolescent Education Center at 4209 Folsom Avenue, serving 1st through 8th grade students.
Click below to access their newsletters.
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Ms. Crystal Isom
Principal, Early Childhood Education Center (PK + K)
1618 Tower Grove Avenue, St. Louis MO 63110
Mr. Pat Garrett
Principal, Elementary and Adolescent Education Center (1st - 8th)
4209 Folsom Avenue, St. Louis MO 63110
Have you heard about City Garden Montessori School's Parent Action Committee (PAC)? They are currently looking for interested parents to run for office and get engaged on committees. Visit our PAC webpage to learn more and get involved!
Click below to read City Garden's Family Handbook, a guide outlining all school-related information and resources.
CGMS staff are currently making updates to the Family Handbook. Check back soon for the 2022-23 version.
It is required that all Kindergarten through 8th grade students follow the dress code for school every day. The following attire should be worn in the colors of any combination of white, navy blue, light blue, and/or khaki:
• City Garden shirt or sweatshirt (any color)
• T-shirts designed by CGMS Junior High students
• Pants or capris
• Shorts, skirts, or jumpers (at or exceeding fingertip length)
• Belt (if needed)
• Stretch pants or leggings only with skirts or shorts, not worn alone
• Closed-toed shoes with socks (any color)
• No hats on regular days at school
• Collared shirt, short sleeved or long sleeved
Free Dress Day Code Policy:
• Shorts, skirts, rompers, or jumpers need to be at or exceeding fingertips
• No tank tops
• No crop tops
• No exceptionally ripped clothing areas above upper thighs
• No see through clothing
• No offensive t-shirts including but limited to alcohol/drugs, lewd comments, obscenities
Junior High students can dress out of uniform every Friday, but should follow the out of dress code policy.