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Soccer Team Photo Available

Soccer Team Photo Available

The 2019 Waldorf Pioneers soccer team photo has now been added to the Sports Wall. It is an especially good team shot after a great season, so please take a look. Anyone who would like to obtain a JPEG file of the photo can email Anita at brewersil@yahoo.com and she’ll be happy to forward the file so you can have a print made if you wish. (more…)

Third Grade Soup & Pie Sale 11/26

Third Grade Soup & Pie Sale 11/26

Soup Sale to benefit the Third Grade Farm Trip!

  • Tuesday, Nov 26

Both at 1 pm and 2:45 pm dismissal times. Come on by the table on your way out, and for $12, let us take care of your dinner for you! (more…)

Winter Concert Tuesday November 19

Winter Concert Tuesday November 19

Hunters and Mary’s Lambs will be in attendance! Come listen to grades students perform an offering for the winter season.  The concert starts at 5 pm at the Second Congregational Church, 35 Conant St, Beverly, Massachusetts 01915

Thanks to Kim Indresano for this great photo!

Third Grade Soup Sale 11/22

Third Grade Soup Sale 11/22

Soup Sale to benefit the Third Grade Farm Trip!

  • Fri, Nov 22nd

Both at 1 pm and 2:45 pm dismissal times. Come on by the table on your way out, and for $12, let us take care of your dinner for you! (more…)

Modern Calligraphy Workshop November 23

Modern Calligraphy Workshop November 23

Please join us for an introductory workshop in modern calligraphy on Saturday, November 23 from 1 pm til 4 pm. The class will cover basic strokes, letters, words and will give students the opportunity to gain experience using calligraphy brush pens. Student will also be given the chance to put their new skills to use to make holiday cards and tag. No experience needed and all supplies will be provided.

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Celebrating the Festival of Sukkot

Celebrating the Festival of Sukkot

First-grade parents Joanne and Seth McDonough built a sukkah with the first, second, and third grades on the first/second-grade playground on Friday. Sukkahs are temporary structures built to celebrate the harvest and the Jewish festival of Sukkot. While the festival finished this past weekend, we are hoping to eat some of our snacks in the sukkah this week. The three classes will then dismantle the structure. Click the link to learn more about the festival.

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Out and About in CARE Class

Out and About in CARE Class

On Thursday, October 17, grade 6 students took to the campus to help clear debris from the carriage road and school driveway after the wild and windy storm that had many folks waking up to lost power and downed trees. (more…)

SOUP SALE to Benefit the Third Grade Farm Trip! October 24 and 25.

SOUP SALE to Benefit the Third Grade Farm Trip! October 24 and 25.

SOUP SALE to benefit the Third Grade Farm Trip!
For $12  let us take care of your dinner for you! Stop by the table on your way out after 1 pm and 2:45 pm dismissals on:

  • 🍜 Thurs, Oct 24th
  • 🥣 Fri, Oct 25th

If you have any questions, please reach out to Christine Tardiff at cetardiff@gmail.com

Celebrating Michaelmas Festival October 3

Celebrating Michaelmas Festival October 3

The Michaelmas festival, celebrated by Waldorf schools around the world, honors St. Michael, the mythical dragon-slayer, astride a white steed, who bears an iron sword flashing like a meteor. Michael’s legend symbolizes the autumnal resurgence of human strength, willpower and striving to overcome our inner dragons — laziness, forgetfulness, greed, doubt, fear  — that may have crept into us, unnoticed, during summer’s dreamy. This year our school is celebrating Michaelmas on Thursday, October 3, with a wonderful play featuring the grade school students and community service projects around our campus.

Families are welcome to join for the play at 10:30 am.

Learn Why Do Waldorf Schools Celebrate Michaelmas in this article by David Mitchell.

Diversity Mural Finalist

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!