MaLisa Boulware


Position: Toddler Montessori Teacher

Education: Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Liberty University, Primary Certification in Montessori from the North American Montessori Center, Early Childhood Credential from Central Piedmont Community College

MaLisa Sibley-Boulware has received her Early Childhood Credential. She resides in Rock Hill with her husband Leon and their sons Jaevion and Josiah. This is Mrs. Boulware’s fourth year with FMS and has been working with children for eight years enjoying every single moment. She has a great passion for the Montessori philosophy and enjoys observing the children’s growth. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, dancing, reading and spending time with family and friends. When it comes to children, Mrs. Boulware has a great passion for them and loves getting to know each and every one. She hopes to obtain her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education in the near future.


“While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” -Angela Schwindt

What Did You Do Today?

We had an awesome day and enjoyed our visitors! Today we had Fort Mill High School students come and visit.. Read more

Today I Worked On…

We had great start to our week!! Many came in and got right to work with any tears!! Parents you.. Read more

Our Walk to the Library…

The weather was great for our first walk of the school year to the York County Library! During story time,.. Read more

My Work Cycle…

 Eula is working matching shapes to the outline!Gavin found his “peace” in painting!  PJ (Pavanaj) journaling!      


Parents, Tomorrow we are taking our first walk to the library!! We will begin walking around 9:00am. If you are.. Read more

I Worked On…

Parents, Anytime through out your day, ask your child, “What did you learn today? or What did you work on today?”.. Read more

What is on the Wonder Rug??

Hi Parents!!! We are now having Wonder Rug (show and tell) everyday instead of on just Fridays! So if you.. Read more


Snowflakes, snowflakes falling down, falling falling to the ground. Can you catch on your nose? Will they fall and touch.. Read more

Vanishing Sugars

Parents, Yesterday we had a FUN and EXCITING science experiment where we got the chance to see sugar (solid) dissolve.. Read more

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