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Harvest Festival 2018

On Saturday, October 13, 2018, families and friends gathered at Nevada Sage Waldorf School to celebrate our annual Harvest Festival. Children enjoyed activities such as the apple press, an acorn treasure hunt and handcrafting of leather goods. The parking lot was transformed into a stage for live music performed by The Sierra Sweethearts and our Waldorf […]

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“Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer”

“Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer” performed by Ms. Barber’s 5th/6th Grade Class On Wednesday, May 30, our 5th/6th-grade class got the opportunity to become Greek Gods and Goddesses!  They performed the play “Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer.”  The students also played stringed instruments before, during and after the performance and capped off the night with a Greek dance in […]

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5th/6th Grade Greek Pentathlon

Ms. Barber’s 5th/6th-grade class has been studying Greek mythology and ancient Greek history.  As part of this block, the students have spent months preparing to participate in the 33rd Annual Greek Pentathlon.  The event we held on Friday, May 18, 2018, at Live Oak Waldorf School near Auburn, California.  NSWS students were among 190 students […]

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Vote for Davidson’s Organic Tea Tree

PLEASE VOTE DECEMBER 2-16 Lights of Kindness community Christmas tree decorating contest. Stop by Legend’s Outlet Mall in Sparks from Dec. 2-16 and vote for…DAVIDSON’S ORGANIC TEA’S TREE YOUR VOTE WILL BENEFIT NEVADA SAGE WALDORF SCHOOL! $1 = 1 Vote | NEWS FLASH! Davidson’s Organic Tea Tree is currently in first place…inspire your friends and family to […]

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Evans Creek Field Trip

by Amy Kopald, 1st/2nd Grade Teacher Ms. Kopald’s class field trip to Evans Creek last Friday was a wonder-filled experience. We started out our day down by the creek and acted out the story of “Nkosnati and the Dragon.” This African tale is about a brave boy who takes on a dragon which appears every rainy […]

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The Power of Practice

By Catherine Matovich, Strings Teacher Howdy Waldorfians and Waldorfites! Douglas and I greatly enjoy watching the children grow into their new selves! I still remember my first musical experiences. When I was 3 or 4, influenced by my parents’ love for playing (both were amateur sometimes professional musicians), all by myself I managed to tap […]

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Fall Garden Harvest

by Soma Miller, Biodynamics Gardening Teacher In our school garden, these last weeks of August a bounty of ripe fruits was waiting to be discovered. Upon their return, Ms. Kopald’s class was treated to a Native American Legend ‘The Three Sisters’ as they scrubbed the garlic bulbs that were harvested over the summer. After the […]

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