Transitioning from public school to Waldorf Kindergarten: A Parent Perspective

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My daughter, Taylor, started off kindergarten in a traditional public school. My husband and I had done our research, and we were in one of the best rated school districts in the Seattle area. We thought we were set up for the perfect school experience for our children. The year started off okay with her meeting new friends and getting to know her teacher, but it quickly Continue reading

Once Upon A Time: A storytelling event

Once Upon A Time: A storytelling event presented by Paul Haygood and the Waldorf School of St. Louis!

February 23, 2018 at 6pm
Fellowship Hall, Peace United Church of Christ
204 E Lockwood AveSt Louis, MO 63119


Gather around to hear international story-teller Paul Haygood share three of his favorite stories:
• The Water of Life, from Grimm’s Fairy Tales
• Iduna and the Golden Apples, from the Norse tradition
• The Boatman and the Bear, an American folk-tale describing the adventures of a flat-boatman on the Mississippi
Middle School Student Nora Howerton will be playing interludes on the harp.
Suggested donation for the evening is $5 per adult, $3 per child, $12 per family of 4 or more, at the door. Paul Haygood was born and raised in nature- and story-rich Hawaii. He told many stories as a Waldorf Class Teacher and went on to become a professional story-teller, holding forth in New Zealand, Ireland and all over the US.

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Spring 2015 Update

We are so happy to be starting a new year in the garden! It’s an exciting time to see so much change around the school, with peeks of green returning after the cold winter, and the kids able to run around in something besides snow pants!

We are working on many different areas of the garden this spring, including new raised beds! The beds are built using lasagna methods, also known as “no-dig” gardening or sheet mulching. On Helping Hands Day, many of our school dads worked hard layering newspapers, manure, compost, leaf mulch, peat moss, straw, and garden soil to make these amazing beds for our classes.

We are also working on our in-ground garden beds, in which we’ll be growing fruits and vegetables for school snacks, as well as flowers and herbs for our local pollinators.

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