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Waldorf Fourth Graders Learn Geography Through Bike Trip

Prairie Hill Waldorf School students learned about history and geography by embarking on a two-day riding trip on the newly restored Elroy-Sparta State Trail in Wisconsin. The trail, nicknamed the "Granddaddy of America’s trails," was closed for four years due to flooding and stretches more than 100 miles between Reedsburg and Trempealeau Wisconsin.

Waldorf Students See Thrift Store Roman Bust

Austin Waldorf School ninth grade students got a first hand look at a piece of ancient history that made national news. The person who found a $35 ancient Roman bust at an Austin Goodwill donated it to the San Antonio Museum of Art and now everyone in the area can enjoy the amazing find.

 Waldorf Alum Networking and Social Hour

You are warmly invited to join our next bi-monthly Waldorf Alum Networking and Social Hour on Monday, May 9th, 2022 as we come together for May Mentoring and Inspiration!

Cooking for Free School ASTR in Ukraine
 

Svetlana Burton, a seasoned Russian teacher at the Anchorage Waldorf School, invited the school community to help the “Free School ASTR” in Odessa, Ukraine. She made Piroshki and Borsch in her kitchen and sold it to the school families to raise funds to support teacher salaries and allow students to attend school remotely.

AWSNA Waldorf Alum Instagram

We are pleased to announce the launch of the "official" AWSNA Waldorf Alum Instagram account celebrating the incredible work and undertakings of Waldorf Alums across North America.

Supporting Ukraine through Friends of Waldorf Education

An emergency support fund is being coordinated by the Friends of Waldorf Education (Freunde der Erziehungskunt Rudolf Steiners e.V.), through which various and evolving needs of our Ukrainian friends can be addressed. We invite you to support these emergency efforts.