Middle School Cross Country Update Middle School Cross Country Update
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

On Thursday, October 12th, the middle school XC team made its way to Gray-New Gloucester for a meet with the hosts along with Greely, Jordan Small (Raymond), Waynflete, and Saint Dominic’s Academy.  We got another beautiful fall day for running and the girls continued their series of strong performances led by Maeve Woodruff, Nora Goldberg-Courtney, […]

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Educational Support at Maine Coast Waldorf SchoolEducational Support at Maine Coast Waldorf School
Sunday, April 2, 2017

  As I write, our new educational support space is receiving its finishing touches, getting ready for occupancy in mid-April. This addition to the grades 1-4 building will provide valuable space and privacy to our students. Currently all of our educational support and tutoring sessions take place in various small rooms and niches around campus. […]

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Celebrate Peace! Celebrate Peace!
Friday, November 4, 2016

Maine Coast Waldorf School Sixth and Seventh graders recently participated in the Lion’s Club International ‘Celebrate Peace’ poster contest. Seventh grader Justin Liang’s poster was chosen as the winner for Freeport and now goes on to the Maine State competition! Sixth graders Mahina Carlon, Ella Emery, Sam Gordon, Katrina Norden, Piper Staples, Gabriela Waldron and […]

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Middle School Cross Country Update Middle School Cross Country Update
Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Thursday, October 20th brought the final act for the 2016 middle school cross-country season and our teams made the most of a crisp and cloudy fall day. All sixteen teams from our league gathered at Twin Brook in Cumberland for the CCC Invitational, where all three of the day’s races resulted in blazing times and […]

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Thinking, Feeling and Willing in Waldorf Education Thinking, Feeling and Willing in Waldorf Education
Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Waldorf education is an educational journey that works with and builds upon the stages of child development.  What a child needs at age 6 is entirely different from what a child needs at age 10 or 15.  Along with this comes the acknowledgement that every individual has something inherent to offer.  Often, when hearing of […]

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Michaelmas Michaelmas
Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Traditionally in New England, the harvest season is celebrated at county fairs, with hayrides, pumpkin competitions, various races and animal shows. These activities allow us the chance to come together as a community to celebrate the fruits of summer. Every year Maine Coast Waldorf School hosts its own Fall Fair, with puppet shows, games, vendors […]

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The Gift of Nature: a Musical Moment The Gift of Nature: a Musical Moment
Tuesday, June 16, 2015

I am blessed to teach music to students at Merriconeag Waldorf School in grades two through twelve. What amazes me the most is that there really isn’t such a thing as a “typical day” for me. The incredible variety in my work, the love I have for the children and the passion for my subject […]

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