Cross Country Continues Strong Season Cross Country Continues Strong Season
Tuesday, October 20, 2020

This past Friday the cross country team traveled to Lake Region High School in Naples for their final “regular” race of the season. The boys were fortunate – while damp and overcast, it didn’t actually rain during their race. That all changed for the girls race, when the skies really let loose and the girls […]

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Original Thoughts from the Senior Class Original Thoughts from the Senior Class
Tuesday, October 13, 2020

For the past two weeks, the seniors have been exploring authors chiefly responsible for awakening the literary genius of nineteenth century America, with emphasis on Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.  Each writer exhorted people to find their own voices, to rely upon their own individual genius.  In the spirit of this celebration of […]

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Let The Games Begin! Let The Games Begin!
Friday, October 9, 2020

When the 25th annual Pentathlon Festival was canceled last spring, it was just one of many ways that COVID-19 disrupted established traditions and routines for many on campus. The festival, which is an athletic, artistic, and poetic combination modeled after the ideals of the Greek Olympics, has become a cherished fifth grade right of passage […]

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Cross Country Continues Competitive Season Cross Country Continues Competitive Season
Tuesday, October 6, 2020

The cross country team continued their competitive season this past week, traveling slightly west for their weekly Western Maine Conference race, this time against the Patriots from Gray-New Gloucester. The boys ran first with Louis Walker landing his first race as the #1 MCWS runner, coming in 2nd. Other scoring runners were John Miles Muentener […]

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Michaelmas, a festival for our age Michaelmas, a festival for our age
Tuesday, September 22, 2020

What is this festival called Michaelmas? It is called a “new” festival although it has its roots in ancient Babylonia, India, and earlier. On the very simplest of levels it is known as a harvest festival. That moment in the year when all the fruits of our planting, weeding, growing efforts have ripened and are […]

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MaineFlavor Reopening Protocols
Tuesday, September 1, 2020

My name is Susan Purcell and I’m the founder and co-owner of MaineFlavor, LLC.  Andrew Applegate (aka Bond) is MaineFlavor’s baker and other co-owner.  We operate our gourmet ice cream company from the commercial kitchen in the MCWS Community Hall, and we’re preparing to re-open our organic bakery café on Tuesday, September 8 — with […]

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Growing Connections and Social Health: A Thank You to the Maine Coast Waldorf School Community Growing Connections and Social Health: A Thank You to the Maine Coast Waldorf School Community
Monday, August 31, 2020

Written by Christine Sloan Friday evening, while viewing a virtual event, I had the privilege of watching years of building relationships come together to create an event that touched hearts and inspired action that echoed from Brunswick to Boston, from Maine to California, from the United States to Australia.  Growing to Give, a non-profit, organic […]

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Maine Coast Waldorf School Returns to Campus
Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Smiles, laughter, and joy were on display on a picture-perfect morning as Maine Coast Waldorf School began its 36th school year for grades 1–12. The return of familiar faces to campus was extra special, as it marked the first time the community was able to come together since March 13, the day last spring that […]

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Poems Written by Faculty Members Featured Across the State Poems Written by Faculty Members Featured Across the State
Tuesday, August 25, 2020

  Faculty members David Sloan and John Reinhart scored a rare double poetry coup and were simultaneously featured in the most recent edition of the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance weekly newsletter, “Peavey.”  Sloan’s poem “Threshold Choir” was also highlighted on Maine Public Radio, while Reinhart’s “the cosmonaut’s heart” was recognized in the Portland Press Herald’s weekly poetry […]

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