Inside the Great Hall, the early childhood teachers will have arranged pine boughs in a large spiral, decorated with crystals, flowers and shells. When all the attendees have sat down and settled, an angel will appear, carrying a single lit candle. With this, she will enter the spiral and light the flame in the center. (more…)
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Donations Needed for Wee Folk Shoppe
The Wee Folk Shoppe needs your donations for the Enchanted Fair on December 14! We ask that each family (grades families, too!) donate 5-8 items for our delightful Wee Folk Shoppe. Please ensure that all donations fit our school policy – no character depictions, made from natural materials and considerate of all holiday traditions. (more…)
Many opportunities in our community! Come see what’s cooking! (more…)
New Patio Tables & Umbrellas
Two new eye-catching patio tables with bench seats and umbrellas have been given to the school by the Freysinger, Dowley, and Brewer-Siljeholm families. Their gift is intended to complete the bluestone patio which was built in 2017 with community donations from the Enhancement Fund. Constructed by Forever Redwood, a California-based company, the tables are made from pieces of redwood and douglas fir in a style called Mosaic Eco-Wood. This pattern takes leftover pieces of old growth timber that are traditionally scrapped due to their small size and reclaims the wood as fine furniture.
Dinner for Two Anywhere in the World Raffle Winner
The winner of the 2019 Dinner for Two Anywhere in the World Raffle is Brian Pletcher! Congratulations!!! Winning ticket was sold by Anita Brewer-Siljeholm, alumni parent and long-time supporter of our school.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our raffle, bought tickets, sold tickets, counted tickets and more. Together, we raised $26,500, a new record for our school! This is a great accomplishment. Big thank you to everyone.
Quad Project Starting This Week
Thanks to the inspiration of alumni parent Anita Brewer-Siljeholm and vision of the school community, the handicap parking/dismissal area will be converted into a beautiful outdoor community space. The quad project will start today and, for this reason, we will be closing the area off through mid-June. The handicap parking spots will be moved to the paved parking area closest to the pathway to the school. Some of the uses for the quad will be: an outdoor classroom, a meeting space, and rental venue for weddings and parties during the summer, fall and spring seasons. During Phase One of the quad project, to be completed by the end of this summer, a fence and path along the paved parking lot will be installed, as well as a grass area and canopy. Phase Two of the quad project will include landscaping details, new plantings, and lighting. The landscape design for the quad is on display in the community space. If you would like to be involved in the planning and fundraising for Phase Two of this project, please connect with Facilities Manager, Jack Hogan and/or Caroline Horner. Any further questions or ideas about the quad project, please contact Jack Hogan.
Seedling Sale by the Outdoor Life Community
The Outdoor Life Committee is selling seedlings starting TODAY, Monday, May 6 during the May Fair through Friday, May 10 during dismissal times, 1pm and 2:45 pm. Come stock up on vegetables, herbs and flowers. Heirloom varieties available. Get your tomatoes! Mother’s Day is coming up. Celebrate mom by planting her a garden!
Diversity Mural Winner is ….
Second grader, Stella Hellmann-Flatt, is the winner of the diversity themed “Ethnic Mosaic” mural!
During the summer, community artists will create our new mural inspired by Stella’s winning entry and will be revealed when school begins in September. Listen to Stella’s speak about her entry on the Facebook Community Page. (Please note you need to be a member of the Facebook Private Community Group to view posts.)
If you are an artist interested in working with us on this project, please reach out to Marshunda at email@example.com.
Diversity Mural Finalist
Congratulations to our 5 finalists: Sabina Sappia, Stella Hellmann Flatt, Aiyana Murphy, Isabel Hogan and Sorelle Indresano!
Now it’s time for you to vote for your two favorites.
- Voting is open to all current and past community members, students, alumni and families.
Each person may vote for 2 SEPARATE entries
- Voters name must be on the voting slip.
- Vote on the finalist that you think best embodies the diversity in our community and world!
- Vote electronically: Email your vote to Diversity@WaldorfMoraine.org
- Voting ends Friday, March 22
Make sure you are subscribed to our Facebook Community page to view the submissions and hear more from the finalists speaking about their creations!
Painting Night Friday March 8
This Friday, March 8th, join us for an evening of water coloring, appetizers and wine from 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the Great Hall. Painting scene of a Sunset Beach will be led by Branigan Reed. $40 fee includes canvas and complimentary food and beverage. All proceeds benefit Waldorf School at Moraine Farm. Please register in advance to make sure we have enough supplies for everyone. Register online today or register through the Main Office. This event is organized by Heidi Zohn on behalf of the development committee.