Posts tagged #Waldorf

Michaelmas Festival – Grades Early Release

Michaelmas Festival & Potluck Friday | September 28 | 5:30 – 7 pm (Grades Early Release 1:15 pm. Aftercare will be offered from 1:15  to 5:30 pm.) Michaelmas, a festival of awakening the “will” and fostering “courage”, is celebrated in Waldorf schools across the globe. Michael, translates to a question, “Who is like God?” and […]

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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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May Faire Festival 2017

Nevada Sage Waldorf School celebrated its 14th Annual May Faire Festival over the weekend at Bartley Ranch Regional Park.This festival welcomes the return of spring – the rebirth and growth of new plant life, the lengthening of the day light hours, and the strengthening force of the sun. May Faire is our largest celebration of […]

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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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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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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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