About Live Oak Learning

Live Oak Learning Montessori provides great flexibility for Parker County families.  Whether you are a homeschooling family looking to expose your child to a traditional Montessori work environment or are a family planning to send your child to public school and looking to provide your child with a strong foundation going into first grade, we are here to help your family.  Our main goal at Live Oak Learning is to instill in your child a lifelong love of learning.  Plain and simple….we want your child to love, love, love learning about the environment around them.

Live Oak Montessori utilizes the traditional Montessori curriculum for the 3-6 classroom. 

 

Subjects include:

  • Sensorial

  • Practical Live

  • Geography, Culture, Foreign Languages

  • Language Arts

  • Mathematics

  • Music

  • Nature Studies

  • Movement including Dance and Yoga

 

Live Oak Learning’s school year begins in September and runs through May. Activities start at 8:30 a.m. each day and end at 11:30 with options for lunch bunch and afternoon enrichment classes until early arrival at 8:30am and extended Enrichment Classes until 2:00 p.m.

Live Oak Learning is an authentic Montessori academic program that does not offer daycare and/or babysitting services.  If your family requires a program that provides childcare, we are happy to make recommendations based on your family’s needs.

About Eren

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Eren Hays is the founder and lead teacher of Live Oak Learning. She is an educator specializing in Montessori for exceptional learners. After staying home and educating her own children for several years, she made the switch to traditional teaching. She taught in the public school system for several years before obtaining her 3-6 Montessori certification. Eren has been designing dynamic, out-of-the-box learning programs for many years.  Eren's training in Trauma Informed Classrooms and her Montessori credential inspire her educational philosophies and practices. She graduated with a degree in Biology from Oklahoma State University. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Montessori Education with Xavier University. She lives in Texas on a farm with Matt and 3 teenage boys, 5 cows, one dog, 4 cats and 32 chickens and 2 hives of bees.