WCA Weekly Update
Many updates shared by WCA.
- Learn to use the Earth Oven November 7
- Next WCA general meeting Nov. 14
- Fall Clothing Swap Mon. Nov. 18 – Fri. Nov 22
- Understand Waldorf better through the new “Explorations” class
- We are starting our lending library!
- Current Volunteer opportunities around school
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A Facebook Group to Buy and Sell within the Waldorf Moraine Community
Did you know that we have a Facebook group that you can buy and sell items within the Waldorf Moraine community? Check out the group Waldorf Moraine Community BST on Facebook. Request to be a member and start your trade today! (more…)
Early Childhood Parents Support Evening October 16
On October 16 from 6:30 til 8 pm in the Kindergarten room, parents of students in the early childhood programs are warmly invited to an evening dedicated to supporting each other’s parenting efforts while looking through the lens of Waldorf education.
Each month we will take up a different topic. This first gathering will be focused on all matters regarding dressing your little people- quite an art during autumn in New England. We will hear each other, perhaps offer our own experiences and generally support one another. Oh, and there will be cake, as well!!
These evenings will occur every third Wednesday of the month.
Nursery and Kindergarten Nature Walk for Current & Interested Families
October 9th at 1:30 – 2:30
Join us for an outdoor nature walk to explore our historic and beautiful campus and learn more about Waldorf School at Moraine Farm’s nursery and kindergarten programs. Led by our early childhood teachers, this outdoor exploration provides interested and current families and students a glimpse into the joy, wonder, and health-giving qualities of nature-based education. This outdoor open house will begin in the nursery play yard on October 9th at 1:30 – 2:30 with a circle, then we will explore the field and forest. Please spread the word to friends and family who may be interested in enrolling at our school! RSVP to Coleen Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Back to School Parent Reception September 20, 8:15 am – 9:00 am
Please join us in welcoming the school year in the Trayes room for a casual meet and greet with coffee and treats on Friday, September 20 right after drop off. The administrative staff will make some introductions and present helpful information and resources for the parent community. All parents are welcome to join.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Watch Your Speed
As a reminder, the speed limit on the dirt road is 15 mph. Please help us be respectful neighbors and keep to the speed limit. Thank you
Cell Phone Usage Policy Update
The school has updated our cell phone use policy. Please see this link for the cell phone usage policy for students, parents, staff and teachers at the school.
Doll Making Workshop Rescheduled to March 9 9:30 AM
Due to the snow storm over the weekend, our Doll Making workshop has been rescheduled for this Saturday. This means there is still time for you to sign up! If you are interested, please email Kate Hill at email@example.com. Dolls are made from all natural materials, sweet, lightweight, and oh so soft for hugging. Basic sewing skills are all you need for this workshop. $35 workshop fee includes hands on instruction and materials to make the doll. Fun, good conversation and refreshments are part of this gathering, too. The workshop, lead by Elizabeth Stubbs, a Waldorf early childhood teacher and artist, takes place at the Gatehouse from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Limited to 12 attendees. Adults only.
A Thank You Letter from a Parent and Child Family
Parent and Child classes offers parents, grandparents, and caregivers the opportunity to learn about child development, to connect and interact with your young child, and so much more. Hear from a grandmother who is now entering her third session of Morning Glory.
There are a few more spots open in our spring classes. Learn more and register here.
This seems like the perfect opportunity to express how incredibly wonderful your parent child class has been in my life sharing time with my grand daughter, Finley.
Why We Give from Chris Dowley & Laura Freysinger
Our son, Gavin, graduated from the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm in 2016. He is proficient in two foreign languages, plays violin in the school orchestra, plays two varsity sports, and maintains a grade point that lands him on “high honors” each semester. We credit his success to the process of learning that was his foundation here at the Waldorf School. It is not “what” he learned, but rather, how he learned it. It is not “academic rigor” that got him where he is, but rather the experiential environment and collaboration with his teachers and peers that won the day. Since then, natural curiosity and a steadfast work ethic have continued his success.