Posts tagged #Education

Parent Education Night with guest Megan Sullivan

Parent Education Night Fostering Healthy Sexuality and Relationships in our Fast Paced, Media-Saturated World with guest speaker, Megan Sullivan Monday | April 8 | 6-8pm @ NSWS This lively lecture is by donation. (Adults Only – recommended for parents with children of all ages.) The lecture is focused on fostering healthy communication between parents and […]

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3rd/4th Grade Class Play

3rd/4th Grade Class Play – Let My People Go Friday | May 25 | 6pm | NSWS Great Room A play about the life of Moses and the Exodus by Michael Seifert Adapted for Nevada Sage Waldorf School 3rd & 4th Grade Cast of characters Moses | Oscar Anderson Pharaoh’s Astrologer | Elijah Burkett First Pharaoh | Leland Seaton […]

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Morning in the Kindergarten | Open House

Morning in the Kindergarten | Open House Saturday | May 19 | 10:00am – 11:30am (For parents and children ages 3 1/2 – 6) Join us for an opportunity to learn about our unique approach to supporting the development of young children and tour our Waldorf kindergarten classrooms. We invite your  3 1/2 – 6 year […]

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May Faire Festival

May Faire Festival Saturday | May 5 | 10am – 2pm | Bartley Ranch Regional Park Admission is $5 per family  BRING…your family for a celebration of spring and a picnic lunch and enjoy the Maypole dancing at 12pm!   ENJOY….Crafts & games, local artisan craft booths, face painting, cake walk, Maypole dancing, live music, and much […]

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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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The Spiraling Waldorf Curriculum

The Spiraling Waldorf Curriculum by Nicole Fields, Sacramento Waldorf School Teacher Here’s a wonderful video that breaks down the Waldorf curriculum presented by Waldorf teacher, Nicole Fields from Sacramento Waldorf School. Synopsis “Rudolf Steiner designed the curriculum not to be a linear experience for the student, instead he designed it as a spiral in which […]

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Waldorf Conference Inspires EC Teachers

Waldorf Conference Inspires EC Teachers by Jennifer Shipley – NSWS Kindergarten Teacher | Pinyon Pine Every year Rudolf Steiner College hosts a gathering for Early Childhood Waldorf educators. Hundreds of teachers from around the country attend and discuss education, share ideas, and return to their schools renewed and inspired. This year several of our early childhood […]

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