Traffic Reminder

If you are coming into the parking lot from the west, you MUST stay in the right lane, all the way around the back of the school.  This is because people coming to the school from the east have to be able to turn into the left lane, and if a person coming from the west makes a wide turn and goes into the left lane, it can cause an accident as those coming from the east expect to be able to turn into the left lane anytime there is an opening.  It also causes traffic to back up more, as the people coming from the east don’t get regular turns to turn in.

So, if you are coming from the east, turning left into our parking lot, you can turn into the middle lane (left lane of drop-off traffic).  If you are coming from the west, turning right into our parking lot, you can only turn into the right lane and stay there all the way around the building.

Aftercare Spots Still Available

If you need care for your student(s) from the end of the school day until 6:00pm, please print the Aftercare application attached at the bottom of this email, fill it out, and follow the instructions to submit.  Aftercare at our school is provided by the Wasatch Family Foundation. Limited spaces are available and are granted on a first-come, first-served basis. More information can be found here:

Parent & Child Program

The new Parent & Child class will begin Tuesday, September 18th. This is a nurturing and educational environment for both child and caregiver. Children six months to three years old, accompanied by a parent, grandparent or caregiver, are invited to attend. Classes are one day per week for two hours. For more information and to register, click here:–child.html

Lost and Found

Please be sure to put your child’s name and class name on all of their belongings:   jackets, sweatshirts, backpacks, lunch items, water bottles, etc.  We have amazing parent volunteers who will be going through the lost and found each week, and they will get the items back to your child if the items are labeled.  Anything that is not labeled will be taken away and donated.

Kara Salisbury

Administrative Director
Wasatch Charter School

“The heart of the Waldorf method is the conviction that education is an art – it must speak to the child’s experience.  To educate the whole child, his heart and will must be reached as well as his mind.”  — Rudolf Steiner