The art and science of imagination


4th Grade Norse Mythology

The flip side of the chalkboard drawings you saw here last week, these were rendered by our fourth graders, re-created from the teacher’s chalkboard drawings. The images came first to the children through storytelling. The children listened as their teacher brought a lesson thro
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Harvest Festival: Octcober 1st, 1-5pm

Harvest Festival 2016 Saturday, October 1st, 1:00—5:00 p.m. fall into fun! Come Celebrate autumn and enjoy the gifts of the harvest with the whole family with pony rides, live music, food, games, apple cider, blacksmith demonstrations, crafts and more! Admission, live music, and selec
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Chalkboard Drawings in the Grades

Chalkboard drawings are a part of Waldorf Education that not everyone is aware of, and even fewer get to see for themselves. They are a cornerstone of Waldorf classrooms, and are an integral part of the way lessons are brought to students. The images come first to the children through
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2016 Rose Ceremony

Welcome first graders! Our Rose Ceremony on the first day of school. A tradition of Waldorf schools around the world, the incoming first graders were welcomed to their new world by the eighth graders on the first day of school.  
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