Is Waldork a Word?
Tuesday, October 11, 2016

It is now according to the Urban Dictionary and thanks to the persistence of MCWS alum and Words of Waldorks blogger, Phoebe Dolan. Read her post here or go straight to the dictionary for confirmation.

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High School Trip to AcadiaHigh School Trip to Acadia
Tuesday, October 11, 2016

During the last week in September the ninth and tenth grades traveled to Acadia National Park. The ninth grade got a jump start on their upcoming geology morning lesson and the 10th grade gathered data for their surveying class. All students also painted the landscape in water colors and reflected deeply on their surroundings in […]

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The Young Child’s Urgent Need for QuietThe Young Child’s Urgent Need for Quiet
Monday, October 10, 2016

The young child is an open sense organ. Everything in the environment penetrates into her very being and affects the developing nervous system. Light, sound, activity and environmental toxins all bombard the young child of today.   With the eyes, the child has a means of shutting out this bombardment. She can close her eyelids […]

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Falling Leaves CafeFalling Leaves Cafe
Saturday, October 8, 2016

It’s that time of year again to get your baking caps on! The Falling Leaves Cafe is calling out for savories and sweets! Desirable savory items are needed such as quiche or fruit, and sweets such as cake, cookies, scones, brownies, cupcakes and muffins. In years past there has been a nice variety of each including […]

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Fall Fair & Open House UpdatesFall Fair & Open House Updates
Saturday, October 8, 2016

Fall Fair planning is underway with the Fall Fair less than 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 associated with each class and an […]

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Middle School Cross Country NewsMiddle School Cross Country News
Friday, October 7, 2016

The middle school cross-country team held its home meet on Thursday with clear skies, summer-like temperatures, friendly fans, and freshly revamped trails. The boys started the day against visiting teams from Cape Elizabeth, Old Orchard Beach, and Yarmouth.  Matinicus Neveu took charge of the home course, coming in first with a half minute lead.  Louis […]

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News from the Parent Association: Coffee & Walking
Friday, October 7, 2016

Join us Monday Oct 17th for coffee and tea on the grade school path after morning drop off.  Grab a cup and go about your day or hang out and chat awhile.  At 8:45 am, we will be taking a walk through the beautiful trails on campus. If you have the time, please grab a hot beverage and […]

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Greetings from the Squirrel’s AtticGreetings from the Squirrel’s Attic
Thursday, October 6, 2016

Please join us on Wednesday October 12, 8:30-10:30 in the farmhouse.  This week we will be making PAPER CRAFTS. We are happy to present the next in a series of DIY craft ideas for this year’s Fall Faire. This week’s featured craft: Homemade Playdough Materials Needed: Ball Jars or other airtight container. Homemade playdough, Recipe […]

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