Waldorf Schools in California, Wisconsin and Ohio have all recently donated to their homeless communities during this trying time of COVID-19.
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Frederick Douglass on July 5th, 1852, in a speech to the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society gave his now-famous speech, “What To The Slave Is Fourth of July?” Listen to a reenactment of his full speech on YouTube compliments of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
Spikenard Honeybee Sanctuary is offering the Bees & Flowers in Schools Webinar Series in June and July 2020 for Waldorf educators. This workshop series is inclusive for anyone interested in Waldorf education and bringing bees, pollinator gardens, and accompanying curriculum to their school.
When the 8th grade students at Santa Fe Waldorf School had to cancel their end-of-year trip, they decided to donate the $2,800 they had raised to the Navajo Nation. This generosity made the news and went viral.
We are outraged by the unjust acts perpetrated by the police officers involved whose very task it is to protect their communities. We are once again reminded of the systemic racism that exists within the United States. Yet, we recognize that sadness and outrage are not enough.
Education and child development experts are weighing in on the importance of addressing student social emotional health when school begins in the fall.
Patricia Cornelius, Early Childhood Teacher and Faculty Chair at The Waldorf School of Philadelphia, shares a few very simple things parents can do to keep their young children learning at home.
The Run! Skip! Dance! campaign continues through September 11, 2020, which is the 100+1-year anniversary of Waldorf education.The goal is to make our way, through logged miles from participants in our active school communities, from Waldorf school to Waldorf school throughout North America.
We are always proud, but never surprised, to see our students out in the world doing good. Recently, current Waldorf students have been in the news for their part both in helping during the COVID-19 pandemic and working to better our environment.