Please say yes!Please say yes!
Tuesday, October 4, 2016

A wonderful group of parents are helping the One Campaign. They are reaching out to every family in the school, asking you to meet to discuss the campaign and how your family might be able to support it.  It isn’t easy for anyone to ask for money, nor is it easy to ask someone to […]

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Fall Fair UpdatesFall Fair Updates
Monday, October 3, 2016

Fall Fair & Open House, Saturday, November 5th: Fall Fair planning is under way with the Fall Fair a month away! Once again we have numerous enthusiastic activity organizers and we hope with their energy plus the help from every family in the community, it will help to make this year a success. There are activities […]

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Squirrel’s Attic DIY: Watercolor NotebooksSquirrel’s Attic DIY: Watercolor Notebooks
Sunday, October 2, 2016

The Squirrel’s Attic is happy to present the first in a series of DIY craft ideas for this year’s Fall Fair.  This week’s featured craft: Watercolor Notebooks. Materials Needed: “extra” watercolor artwork your children have lovingly created, glue, sheets of lightweight paper. Optional: staples or embroidery floss. If you have “extra” works of art in […]

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Early Childhood Michaelmas CelebrationEarly Childhood Michaelmas Celebration
Sunday, October 2, 2016

Michaelmas is symbolic, ancient tradition celebrated in autumn. As the days grow shorter and the sun wanes, human beings often feel called to sleepiness. The strength of our will seems sapped, and we feel pulled towards complacency. To conquer this lethargic “dragon,” we must look inward to find strength and an “inner light” to guide […]

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Mudflats, Music and Mollusks: The Seniors’ Hermit Island TripMudflats, Music and Mollusks: The Seniors’ Hermit Island Trip
Thursday, September 29, 2016

As part of their zoology block, the Class of 2017 spent all of last week studying marine biology at Hermit Island, along with nearly one hundred Waldorf students from four other Waldorf schools. The week was crammed with activities—joint morning lessons, tide pool explorations, poetry and painting workshops, microscope and dune ecology labs, campfires and […]

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Class of 2018 Travels to QuebecClass of 2018 Travels to Quebec
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Tuesday morning, September 27th, the class of 2018 plus Sereina, our exchange student from Switzerland, packed into a HS van and off we went! Our fearless driver, David Barham, took us safely to beautiful Quebec city, where we arrived some 6 hours later. For the next 4 days, our 11th grade students explored the narrow […]

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Middle School Cross Country NewsMiddle School Cross Country News
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

On Friday, 9/30, the middle school team traveled to Smiling Hill Farm in Westbrook for the Scarborough Invitational where 23 teams from across the state converged on the two mile course over fields, trails, and farm roads.  It was a little chilly for spectators but prime conditions for our runners once the races got started. […]

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High School Cross Country NewsHigh School Cross Country News
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

You might think with grades 9-12 having been away on trips last week that not much was going on in the world of high school cross country, however it’s turned out to have been a big week.  In the Friday edition of the Portland Press Herald, our own Tucker Pierce received Honorable Mention in the Athlete […]

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