Nevada Sage News Posts

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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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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Welcome NSWS Community

Welcome NSWS Community by Sacha Picerno, NSWS Board President Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year of the Nevada Sage Waldorf School community! We hold the belief that parents who send their children to this school are incredibly committed, talented, and generous – it’s a good thing because without all of us working together to support the […]

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Biodynamic Gardening Update

Biodynamic Gardening Update by Soma Miller, NSWS Biodynamic Gardening Teacher On Saturday, March 4, Nevada Sage Waldorf School hosted our annual Biodynamic Composting Workshop with Harald Hoven from Rudolph Steiner College. In the morning we received a fascinating lecture and came away with a deeper understanding of this cycle of transformation as it happens in the compost pile. In the […]

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Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in the Digital Age

Sherry Turkle: ‘I am not anti-technology, I am pro-conversation’ Sherry Turkle interviewed by Tim Adams, theguardian.com For nearly 30 years now, Sherry Turkle, professor of social psychology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been exploring the effects of digital worlds on human behaviour. Her books, Life on the Screen, The Second Self and Alone Together, […]

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Refer-a-Friend Program

Receive up to $500 in tuition credits! Nevada Sage Waldorf School’s Refer-a-Friend Program is offering current families a $500 credit for each new, successfully enrolled, full-time family they bring to the school or $250 for each new, successfully enrolled, part-time family. Families can receive credits up to their total annual tuition bill and next year’s […]

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