by Marla Macdonald A day in the preschool begins with removing shoes at the classroom door and washing hands. Then we give mommy or daddy a big hug, and go to the tables for handwork. Monday: home-made playdough, Tuesday: coloring,
Raven Garland In sixth grade, we study astronomy in a way that aims to awaken wonder for the night sky. Students are given observational tasks in which they get to know the positions of the constellations, the phases of the
Age of Exploration by Bri Boertman
To mark the beginning of winter and inward journey of the season, students gather at the school to collect their lanterns, hear the story of Saint Martin and sing songs and commemorate the virtue of giving. Students (with their parents)
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We have two very festive seasonal celebrations this week, and we would like to invite your family to join us at one or both! The Lantern Walk is intended for families with students in 1st through 4th grade. The Diwali
Be sure to read this month’s parent enrichment article.
In October, Wasatch Charter School held a panel discussion with several staff members and guests regarding Waldorf education. Mike Christensen kindly filmed the event for us. If you were unable to attend the event you may watch the video on