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Recognizing Our Alumni

This year our Benefit Gala, BLOOM, will serve not only as a fundraiser for our school, but also an opportunity to celebrate our school’s history and acknowledge some of those alumni who are out in the world doing wonderful things. In Waldorf education we often speak...

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Living Lab Update- Preparing for Spring (in the snow)

Living Lab Update- Preparing for Spring (in the snow)

This week 1st, 2nd and 5th grade mulched garden beds – a great way to keep busy and warm while working outdoors when the temperatures drop.     Thanks to Karen Gill (Grade 2 mom) for sharing this quote from Mary Oliver’s “Upstream”: It so beautifully...

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A Snowy Nature Walk for Grade 1

A Snowy Nature Walk for Grade 1

LivingLAB Co-director, Kelly Hogan shared this vignette of a February morning in Grade 1: “It was exciting to have a little bit of snow greeting us this morning for our first day back from break! Grade 1 started the week with a snowy nature walk to the river....

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Announcing our Rising First Grade Teacher

We are pleased to announce Jack Palmer as our rising first grade teacher for the 2019-20 school year! After spending several months interviewing, observing, and evaluating a number of qualified candidates, our hiring committee concluded that Mr. Palmer’s professional...

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Electromagnetic Experiment with the 11th Grade

Electromagnetic Experiment with the 11th Grade

On Monday, Mr. Warnock, our high school Physics and Math teacher, showed the 11th grade students a demonstration of alternative applications of electromagnetism as a way of cultivating interest in the topic. The technique that was was displayed can be used to create...

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