Today we celebrated our Willow and Aspen classes with a beautiful graduation ceremony. You can watch them on our facebook page. Click on the links below for each class’s graduation. Aspen Class Willow Class We are excited for the next
Click the link below to find out where free meals are being served for kids this summer. https://www.fns.usda.gov/meals4kids
The Three Streams program and staff are online too! We will be updating the website regularly with resources for parents during this time. Check out Three Streams posts on the main page at www.wasatchwaldorf.org If you have concerns about your child
The Three Streams of Student/Teacher/Parent Support are up and running. We will be providing support to our community as needed during these unusual circumstances. I have started to draft something numerous times over the past several days – introducing this
Wasatch Charter School, located at 1458 East Murray-Holladay Road, Holladay, UT 84117, is inviting proposals for landscaping and concrete work and playground equipment installation. The scope of work involved is detailed in the attached documents, along with a master plan.
Wasatch Charter School, located at 1458 East Murray-Holladay Road, Holladay, UT 84117, is inviting proposals for construction management / general contractor services for ongoing building repairs and maintenance projects and future landscaping / site-based work. The proposal should include,
Wasatch Charter School, located at 1458 East Murray-Holladay Road, Holladay, UT 84117, is inviting proposals for a rooftop solar PV system. The school has been accepted for a “grandfathered” net metering agreement under Rocky Mountain Power’s previous net metering program.
Article from Waldorf Publications — February 08 2018 For almost every grade in most Waldorf schools, there is a class play. This is an exciting event and means a great deal to everyone: the teachers, the students, the parents, the
In fourth grade, students at Waldorf schools study animals and create a final diorama project as a result. The children have been thrilled to present and share their special projects with parents and class mates. The children create a diorama