Uniform Policy

At MdM we wear uniforms for four important reasons: 

  • Safety: uniforms allow us to quickly identify our students. 
  • Community:  uniforms unite us as a school family. 
  • Respect for work: uniforms help students to be conscious and focus better on their work to learn, explore and grow.  
  • Family economy: uniforms help families save money in clothing and time in the mornings when getting ready for school.

All students must come to school in the MdM uniform every school day and on field trips.

If a student arrives out of uniform, parents/guardians will be notified in person, by phone or by note and asked to send their student wearing a complete uniform by the next school day. The uniform is outlined below. 

Uniforms can be purchased at *Monograms to Go Alameda-Chambers Connection, 364 S Chambers Rd, Aurora, CO 80017 Phone: (303) 750-6112

Required Uniform

SHIRT: dark blue, light blue or dark green polo shirt WITH MdM LOGO.  

PANTS, SHORTS, SKIRT OR JUMPER: dark blue or khaki. Shorts must be worn (dark blue or khaki) under skirts and jumpers. Polo dresses are not part of the MdM uniform.

SHOES: closed toe (no sandals), comfortable & WITH OUT heels, lights or wheels. Can be tennis shoes, casual shoes or boots preferably with velcro.

Optional Uniform

UNDERSHIRTS: must be PLAIN dark blue, white or black.

LEGGINGS: under skirts or jumpers must be PLAIN dark blue, white or black. 

SWEATER: closed pullover or cardigan (with buttons) dark blue WITHOUT HOOD.

On Fridays we can wear jeans and the school t-shirt or the uniform polo.

Change of Clothes

All families with students in ECE and kindergarten must send one change of clothing with your student on the first day of school. The change includes underwear, pants, plain polo shirt and socks, and will remain in the classroom in the case of an accident. If a change of clothing is not provided, parents will be called in the case of an accident to come to school with a clean change of clothing for your student.

Exceptional Student Services

Special education

The Exceptional Student Service Department works to ensure that all eligible students with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment. We strive to ensure that Montessori del Mundo is in compliance with the Federal Law – Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). We believe all students are general education students first and that Special Education is a service – not a place.

 Section 504

Our school provides 504 evaluations and plans in order to provide each student with disabilities or a handicap equal access to the school environment. Montessori del Mundo follows federal guidelines under Section 504 in order to meet student needs and be in compliance with the law.

Gifted and talented

“Gifted and talented children are those persons between the ages of five and twenty-one whose abilities, talents and potential for accomplishment are so exceptional or developmentally advanced that they require special provisions to meet their educational needs.” – Colorado Department of Education


Please email us at info@montessoridelmundo.org  if you are interested in volunteering in any of these capacities:

Student Recruitment

Join us as we talk to families at events, in parks, outside grocery stores, or door to door. All volunteers receive a free Montessori del Mundo tee-shirt as a thank you for their help. Please contact us if you’d like to volunteer to help recruit students.

Room Parent

These fathers/mothers will help teachers by: coordinating other classroom parents, supporting classroom activities, coordinating snacks, coordinating and/or hosting summer play dates, etc. These parents will also coordinate communications between other classroom parents regarding information relevant to PTO and the Events Committee.

Note: Two parents per class are needed, if there are more than two the classroom teacher will do a raffle to determine who will be assigned.   

Parent/Teacher Organization (PTO)

This group consists of a group of dedicated parents who come together to fund and support activities and purchases that will enhance the educational experience for all students. This group has worked on the Trunk or Treat event, the annual book fair, the annual art show, parent nights out and Teacher appreciation week.

Board Committee Member

There are many opportunities to support and join in the leadership of the school by serving on one of the following committees.:  School Accountability, Marketing and Development, Finance and  Facilities.  To find out more about these committees, please contact the board at MdMboard@montessoridelmundo.org.