Learning to Read Learning to Read
Thursday, September 25, 2014

There is a common myth that Waldorf Schools do not teach reading, or that we teach reading much later than public schools.  It is true that we do not expect students to “read to learn” until 3rd or 4th grade, which is considered late by most American schools. This obscures the fact that we actually start teaching “reading” much earlier, […]

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Our Blog is Expanding!
Thursday, September 25, 2014

We are excited to be expanding our blog this year to encompass our entire school.  Every two weeks or so, you will see a new post by one of our teachers or administrators.  Everyone will contribute based on their particular area of focus.  We hope, by writing our blog through many voices, to paint a […]

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Sleep Sleep
Thursday, September 11, 2014

For parents of young children, sleep can be an all-consuming topic.  Some parents find it difficult to get enough; some children may struggle with falling and staying asleep.  Every family must make an individual decision regarding how best to handle and resolve the challenges that arise around sleep.   But it is essential to hold […]

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Transitions Transitions
Thursday, September 4, 2014

A new school year is beginning and across the country children, teachers and parents are preparing for the biggest transition of their year.  Transitioning from the end of a school year in June to summer, is relatively easy.  Generally this is a move from more structure to less.  In September, we brace ourselves for the […]

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