Feb
21
7:00 pm19:00

Richard Louv | The New Nature Movement


Santa Fe Waldorf School presents Richard Louv – The New Nature Movement at The Lensic Theater.

Tickets are available at the Lensic Box Office. Please call 505-988-7050 or visit the website.

Additionally, SFWS will be hosting a book club to study Last Child in the Woods, hosted by Jeffrey Baker, School Administrator and Pam Colgate, High School Humanities Faculty. For more information and to register, please click here.

Parent Enrichment Workshop | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon
Mar
1
8:30 am08:30

Parent Enrichment Workshop | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon

The second of the enrichment workshops is an 8-session Doll Making workshop with Danelle Aragon. This workshop will be held on the first Tuesday of the month beginning October 6th, from 8:30-9:30am, ending on May 3, 2016. The doll, if purchased at regular retail price, would cost $150-$200. This workshop allows parents the opportunity to have the doll at merely the cost of materials- requested in advance at $50.00. This course is open to all Waldorf Community members 18 years and older.

Please register in advance with Pat Lord .
Participation is limited to 10.

Location: Handwork Room

 

Mar
2
8:30 am08:30

Parent Education | Discussion Group w/ Kay Hoffman

A monthly discussion group guided by Pedagogical Director, Kay Hoffman.

This month's meeting will continue with an ongoing discussion about working without judgment to provide media-free experiences for our young children and to manage the transition into media exposure wisely

Please RSVP to Juliana Werner.

Location: Hooper Hall

Mar
7
5:00 pm17:00

SFWS Board of Trustees Meeting

The Santa Fe Waldorf School Board of Trustees meets bi-monthly and is composed of parents, faculty, staff and community members interested in supporting the strategic and financial aims of the school. Board meetings are closed, but a short summary of Board activity will be provided to the school community within two weeks of each meeting. For more information about the Board of Trustees, or to contact the Board, please visit the GOVERNANCE page of our website.

Mar
22
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Parent Visitor Mornings offer a unique opportunity for parents to learn about Waldorf education by visiting classrooms, viewing samples of student work and meeting staff and faculty. Included in the tour will be visits to our early childhood building, classes in the grades, middle school and high school, as well as the new outdoor Piñon Forest Kindergarten class.

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

Mar
22
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Parent Visitor Mornings offer a unique opportunity for parents to learn about Waldorf education by visiting classrooms, viewing samples of student work and meeting staff and faculty. Included in the tour will be visits to our early childhood building, classes in the grades, middle school and high school, as well as the new outdoor Piñon Forest Kindergarten class.

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

Parent Enrichment Workshop | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon
Apr
5
8:30 am08:30

Parent Enrichment Workshop | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon

The second of the enrichment workshops is an 8-session Doll Making workshop with Danelle Aragon. This workshop will be held on the first Tuesday of the month beginning October 6th, from 8:30-9:30am, ending on May 3, 2016. The doll, if purchased at regular retail price, would cost $150-$200. This workshop allows parents the opportunity to have the doll at merely the cost of materials- requested in advance at $50.00. This course is open to all Waldorf Community members 18 years and older.

Please register in advance with Pat Lord .
Participation is limited to 10.

Location: Handwork Room

Apr
19
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Parent Visitor Mornings offer a unique opportunity for parents to learn about Waldorf education by visiting classrooms, viewing samples of student work and meeting staff and faculty. Included in the tour will be visits to our early childhood building, classes in the grades, middle school and high school, as well as the new outdoor Piñon Forest Kindergarten class

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

Apr
20
7:00 pm19:00

Information Session on Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts

Information Session on Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts
For Parents, Board Members, Staff and Friends

Barbara Richardson from the Center for Anthroposophy will visit the school to meet with people interested in exploring the possibility of having a program of Foundation in Anthroposophy and the Arts.  Foundation Studies allow individuals to gain new perspectives on life and renewed impulses in their own personal and professional work.  These courses provide an opportunity for anyone who is interested in deepening their understanding of the sources of Waldorf Education and learning more about Rudolf Steiner’s Science of the Spirit.  For some participants, they can prepare the way for entering Waldorf teacher training programs.

Location: High School Great Room

Mayfaire
Apr
29
9:00 am09:00

Mayfaire

May Faire honors and ancient festival marking the changing of the seasons. The tree of life was part of this ritual. The tree of life is today the May Pole, bedecked with ribbons and flowers. The ground is strewn with blossoms of spring, and the children, many wearing flowers, dance and sing around the May Pole. Songs, Dancing, games, and food all add to the gaiety of the day.

Parent Enrichment | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon
May
3
8:30 am08:30

Parent Enrichment | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon

The second of the enrichment workshops is an 8-session Doll Making workshop with Danelle Aragon. This workshop will be held on the first Tuesday of the month beginning October 6th, from 8:30-9:30am, ending on May 3, 2016. The doll, if purchased at regular retail price, would cost $150-$200. This workshop allows parents the opportunity to have the doll at merely the cost of materials- requested in advance at $50.00. This course is open to all Waldorf Community members 18 years and older.

Please register in advance with Pat Lord .
Participation is limited to 10.

Location: Handwork Room

May
6
4:00 pm16:00

SFWS Art Exhibit Opening Reception

  • Warehouse 21

More details to follow.


May
16
5:00 pm17:00

SFWS Board of Trustees Meeting

The Santa Fe Waldorf School Board of Trustees meets bi-monthly and is composed of parents, faculty, staff and community members interested in supporting the strategic and financial aims of the school. Board meetings are closed, but a short summary of Board activity will be provided to the school community within two weeks of each meeting. For more information about the Board of Trustees, or to contact the Board, please visit the GOVERNANCE page of our website.

May
17
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Parent Visitor Mornings offer a unique opportunity for parents to learn about Waldorf education by visiting classrooms, viewing samples of student work and meeting staff and faculty. Included in the tour will be visits to our early childhood building, classes in the grades, middle school and high school, as well as the new outdoor Piñon Forest Kindergarten class

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

May
17
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Parent Visitor Mornings offer a unique opportunity for parents to learn about Waldorf education by visiting classrooms, viewing samples of student work and meeting staff and faculty. Included in the tour will be visits to our early childhood building, classes in the grades, middle school and high school, as well as the new outdoor Piñon Forest Kindergarten class.

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

Jun
13
5:00 pm17:00

SFWS Board of Trustees Meeting

The Santa Fe Waldorf School Board of Trustees meets bi-monthly and is composed of parents, faculty, staff and community members interested in supporting the strategic and financial aims of the school. Board meetings are closed, but a short summary of Board activity will be provided to the school community within two weeks of each meeting. For more information about the Board of Trustees, or to contact the Board, please visit the GOVERNANCE page of our website.


Feb
4
8:30 am08:30

Parent Education | Discussion Group w/ Kay Hoffman

A monthly discussion group guided by Pedagogical Director, Kay Hoffman.

This month's meeting will continue with an ongoing discussion about how to understand the school's policy on media use for young children and how we can guide the students in the transition to appropriate media use after grade five. Please come if you are interested in this topic. The participants have much to share.

Please note: The following sessions will return to the first Wednesday of the month from March through May.

Please RSVP to Juliana Werner.

Location: Hooper Hall

Parent Enrichment Workshop | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon
Feb
2
8:30 am08:30

Parent Enrichment Workshop | Doll Making with Danelle Aragon

The second of the enrichment workshops is an 8-session Doll Making workshop with Danelle Aragon. This workshop will be held on the first Tuesday of the month beginning October 6th, from 8:30-9:30am, ending on May 3, 2016. The doll, if purchased at regular retail price, would cost $150-$200. This workshop allows parents the opportunity to have the doll at merely the cost of materials- requested in advance at $50.00. This course is open to all Waldorf Community members 18 years and older.

Please register in advance with Pat Lord .
Participation is limited to 10.

Location: Handwork Room

 

Jan
30
9:30 am09:30

Painting Through The Grades with Jennie Baudhuin

A veteran class teacher with training in movement and painting, Mrs. Baudhuin will lead participants through the Waldorf grades painting curriculum. Painting stimulates the integration of the senses of sight, movement, and balance as well as the development of aesthetic acumen.

Open to all Santa Fe Waldorf School parents. There is a $5 fee to cover supply costs. Please register with Pat Lord at 505-467-6426 by January 28th. A minimum of 5 participants are needed.

Grade 10 Play | The Arabian Nights
Jan
29
7:00 pm19:00

Grade 10 Play | The Arabian Nights

The 10th-Grade Presents: "The Arabian Nights" 
Written by Mary Zimmerman  

January 29, 2016 at 7:00 pm in Santa Fe Waldorf High School Great Room 

Directed by Jake Ciofalo. For 1,001 nights, the young maiden Scheherazade weaves spellbinding tales in an attempt to prevent her husband, the cruel ruler Shahryar, from executing her. Will her tales of love, lust, comedy, and dreams be enough to stay her cruel husband’s blade?

With the recurring theme of how the magic of storytelling holds the power to change people, the audience is transported to markets, harems, courts, even a crowded privy in Baghdad via dancing, music, singing, and laughs galore. This adaptation offers a tantalizing blend of the lesser-known tales from the classic, “The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night."

***Due to subject matter, it is advised that only students from the 5th grade up should attend.

Admission:
$5 for adults
$3 for students

Location: High School Great Room

Jan
29
8:00 am08:00

Parent Coffee | Become a Host Family for International Students!

Become a host family for a visiting international student! Santa Fe Waldorf School parents of students from ALL grades are invited to attend the Parent Coffee in the Music Room to hear about this exciting new opportunity. SFWS is actively seeking families interested in welcoming visiting foreign students into their homes for both this spring semester and next fall. Enrich your lives and our Waldorf Community by offering to share your home.

High School Experience Morning
Jan
21
8:00 am08:00

High School Experience Morning

Santa Fe Waldorf High School welcomes you to join our High School Experience Day on Thursday, January 21st. Parents are welcome to visit Main Lesson and 1st Period classes in the morning and then chat with teachers and administrative members during snack. Visiting parents may stay in one class or switch to other classes within individual class times; our class doors will literally be open! Here are the available grade level courses we will be offering:

8:00-9:40am Main Lesson
9th Grade - Descriptive Geometry - Matthew Burritt - Balsam Room
10th Grade - Ancient History II - Jake Ciofalo - Ponderosa Room
11th Grade - Medieval History - Enrique Otero - Jemez Room
12th Grade - Civics & Economics - Elliot Ryan - Piñon Room

9:40-9:55am Snack
Join administration/faculty in the High School office. We'll have coffee, tea and snacks; we hope to see you for a quick greeting.

10:00-10:45am Period 1
9th Grade - Spanish I - Raquel Castilla - Piñon Room
10th Grade - Algebra II - Greg Shultz - Balsam Room
11th Grade - English III - Elliot Ryan - Jemez Room
12th Grade - English IV - Pam Colgate - Ponderosa Room

The morning visit for parents will end at 10:45am.

Please register with our Admissions Coordinator Brent Poole for next week’s event: bpoole@santafewaldorf.org, or 505-467-6431.

Jan
9
9:30 am09:30

All-State Music Festival

Santa Fe Waldorf School has two All State string players accepted from the high school this year! They will be joining the finest student orchestral players from across the state this week for the New Mexico Music Educators Association All State rehearsals and performances in Albuquerque. All SFWS community members are invited to attend the culminating performances by our two students in Albuquerque on Saturday, January 9th at Popejoy Hall. Zoe will be part of the 9:45am performance and Bea will play at 10:30am. Tickets are $7.00 per adult and $3.00 per student to attend the event on Saturday.