Please join us in celebrating the music of TNSM’s orchestra and beginning and advanced strings. We are thrilled to have Melissa Robinson, former NKU director of strings and TNSM parent, leading our orchestra program as she challenges and engages the children in their music with great skill, creativity and love of fun.
Melissa founded our strings program in 2011, sharing her instrumental background in violin, viola, cello and base. Forty percent of the children in grades 2-6 have chosen to participate in our after-school strings program, making it one of our most successful clubs. Melissa has taught general music education K-8, as well as instrumental music K-12. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in music education and received her Bachelor of Music degree in performance.
Please join us in celebrating the music of TNSM’s orchestra. We are thrilled to have Melissa Robinson, former NKU director of strings and TNSM parent, leading our orchestra program as she challenges and engages the children in their music.
On this last day of school before winter break, we will not be offering our Extended-Day program from 3:00-6:00 for all students. Please make plans to pick up your children at 3:00 (or at 1:00 following the (3-6) picnic if your child is in the preprimary program).
Schedule is determined by Admissions Director
Our Admissions Director, Ceara Comstock prepares a schedule for 3-years old who’ve applied to the school to come on a Saturday morning for an interview with a preprimary teacher. If you’re interested in applying and having an interview for your 3-year old, call Ceara at 513-281-7999.
We have 12 parent board members each year who meet with administrative staff to help guide the business and mission of the school. You are welcome to attend TNSM Board meetings usually held on the 3rd Tuesday of most months.
Please join us for our winter open house. Invite family, neighbors and friends to visit. Teachers, board members and staff are available to answer questions, to give tours and to facilitate the discovery process as children explore the environment.