Parent Study Group – by Katie Capelli

On Wednesday mornings, bright and early, a group of parents meets with faculty member Abigail Reid both to learn more about Waldorf education and to share our experiences as parents. We began with reading “A Thousand Rivers,” an article written by Carol Black. Ms. Black delves into the murky waters of our current public school system with a historical lens, a multicultural analysis and as a...
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10th Grade Odyssey Trip – by Mr. Lytle

Deciding between Charybdis’ whirlpool and Scylla’s deadly cliffs; remaining vigilant and open to inspiration in the face of the narrow-minded tunnel-vision of the cyclops, Polyphemus; drawing upon inner fortitude during a trip into the underworld; a match-up of will and intellect versus the awesome forces of nature (and the gods!); and this against the backdrop of an...
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Welcome to grade 4 – by Mrs. Sabatella

The archetypal tasks that we did in third grade (farming, shelter building, class building project, cooking, measuring, and weaving) all helped the children to “find their way to the earth”.  In fourth grade they are here; awake to the realities of the world around them in a less dreamy way.  Geography is introduced as this is the time for the students to orient themselves in space and time. ...
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Welcome!

This new blog is a way for parents, teachers, administrators, and others to share information and ideas on Waldorf Education.  Enjoy!
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