The art and science of imagination


Alumni News: Olivia Love

Big news from Da Vinci alumna Olivia Love! We are so proud of her! Olivia has been selected as a delegate for Bernie Sanders for the 10th District in Illinois. She will be one of two women on a five person slate. It is an incredible opportunity for someone just 18 years old. When she
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Holiday Market 2015!

The Holiday Market was a resounding success! Despite the wintry weather, our turnout was excellent, our spirits high, and our joy abounding. Heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you who braved the elements to spend the day making merry, while supporting our school. Thanks, as wel
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Early Childhood Lantern Walk

Early childhood families gathered together on Saturday, November 14th, in the spirit of St. Martin to enjoy a story, a Lantern Walk, a bonfire, and each other’s company. Thanks to our early childhood room parents, Nancy Cross, Heather Martin, and Katie Hulls for organizing appet
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4th & 5th Grade Field Trip

October 24-26, Camp Edwards, East Troy, WI Context One of the greatest aspects of Waldorf education is starting from the whole and going into the parts. As an example, Rudolf Steiner suggested that if we imagine a clock or a watch, it makes sense that a child would be able to take it
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