Apr
29
8:30 am08:30

Parent Study Group | Studying the Twelve Senses with Kay Hoffman

Session 7/7

Our Pedagogical Director, Kay Hoffman, is leading a seven-session workshop on the Twelve Senses as indicated by Rudolf Steiner. The study of sense development is an ideal gateway to an understanding of the wisdom of Waldorf education. Readings are not required. 

Location: Hooper Hall

Adult Yoga Class
Apr
29
3:45 pm15:45

Adult Yoga Class

Location: High School Great Room

Cost: $10.00

Parents, Friends, Faculty all welcome!

(Contact Ms. Colgate or Ms. Green with any questions 505.467.6421)

Grandparents & Special Friends Day
Apr
30
8:00 am08:00

Grandparents & Special Friends Day

Grandparents' and Friends' Days are scheduled in tandem with May Faire and, when possible, with the Spring Concert. These days allow friends and relatives to learn about the school and keep abreast of new developments on campus. Please leave the names and addresses of grandparent(s) and/or special friends in the Hooper Hall administration office so that they will be invited for this annual event.

Contact Pat Lord 505-467-6426 with any questions.

Mayfaire
May
1
9:45 am09:45

Mayfaire

May Faire honors an 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 the 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.

Please feel free to join us for coffee or tea at 9:45 AM. May Faire festivities will begin at 10:45 AM this year.

May
12
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Visitor Mornings provide parents an overview of Waldorf education from preschool through high school and includes visits to classrooms, meeting teachers, and seeing samples of student work. 

Please RSVP to Brent Poole at 505.467.6431

May
13
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Play, "Noises Off"

High School Great Room

Noises Off! opens as a woefully unprepared theater company from small town USA runs through its final dress rehearsal for a British comedy, Nothing On, in which two couples (and lots of sardines) have secretly retreated to a secluded country home for a bit of afternoon delight. Nothing On dissolves into the worst nightmare of directors, actors, and theater lovers. Come see why—the laughs will make you never forget how good it could feel or how awful it could feel after the evening of the big performance! 


Spring High School Showcase & Concert
Apr
23
6:30 pm18:30

Spring High School Showcase & Concert

  • High School Great Room

Come join us for an evening of High School talents: student readings, examples of student work from this year, and musical offerings from our high school guitar, strings, jazz, and singing ensembles. 

Free admission, open to the public.

Apr
22
6:30 pm18:30

Grades 4-8 | Spring Concert

  • St. Francis Auditorium

 Musical performances from Grades 4-8. Also, the Raffle with $10,000 in Cash Prizes will come to an end and the winning tickets will be drawn during the concert and announced after the last group performs. Although winners need not be present to win, this concert also promises to be full of great musical fanfare and joy – we hope you will consider joining us there.

 

 

Apr
22
3:45 pm15:45

Adult Yoga Class

Location: High School Great Room

Cost: $10.00

Parents, Friends, Faculty all welcome!

(Contact Ms. Colgate or Ms. Green with any questions 505.467.6421)

Apr
22
8:30 am08:30

Parent Study Group | Studying the Twelve Senses with Kay Hoffman

Session 6/7

Our Pedagogical Director, Kay Hoffman, is leading a seven-session workshop on the Twelve Senses as indicated by Rudolf Steiner. The study of sense development is an ideal gateway to an understanding of the wisdom of Waldorf education. Readings are not required. 

Location: Hooper Hall

Apr
21
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Visitor Mornings provide parents an overview of Waldorf education from preschool through high school and includes visits to classrooms, meeting teachers, and seeing samples of student work. 

Please RSVP to Brent Poole at 505.467.6431

Apr
17
2:30 pm14:30

Eurythmy Workshop

A workshop for parents with Dr. Susan Johnson M.D. and Melody Van Hoose

Santa Fe Waldorf School is pleased to host Dr. Susan Johnson, M.D. with Ms. Melody Van Hoose for an afternoon lecture and workshop on brain development in children - the impact of technology, and how Eurythmy can help form neural pathways for reading, writing, spelling, mathematics and creative thinking. This 2.5 hour lecture/workshop is geared toward educators and parents who are interested in knowing more about Eurythmy movement and its benefits to all children, and those challenged by attention and learning issues.

Cost - $15.00 (Child care is also available for a nominal fee of $10)
Location - Eurythmy Studio, Hooper Hall

Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

Register for the workshop HERE.

Adult Yoga Class
Apr
15
3:45 pm15:45

Adult Yoga Class

Location: High School Great Room

Cost: $10.00

Parents, Friends, Faculty all welcome!

(Contact Ms. Colgate or Ms. Green with any questions 505.467.6421)

Apr
15
8:30 am08:30

Parent Study Group | Studying the Twelve Senses with Kay Hoffman

Session 5/7

Our Pedagogical Director, Kay Hoffman, is leading a seven-session workshop on the Twelve Senses as indicated by Rudolf Steiner. The study of sense development is an ideal gateway to an understanding of the wisdom of Waldorf education. Readings are not required. 

Location: Hooper Hall

Senior Class Project Presentations
Apr
2
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Class Project Presentations

Two seniors will present for 1 hour each on their senior project, from 7:00-9:00pm. 

 

7:00PM | Alex | Louder than Words

8:00PM | Brooke | Drawing the Line: Sequential Art and Graphic Novels

Located in the High School Great Room. Open to the public.

Marionette Play
Apr
2
5:00 pm17:00

Marionette Play

  • Santa Fe Waldorf School

2 Productions for Parents & Public starting at 5pm 

Produced by 8th Grade Class Students in conjunction with Danelle Aragon, Handwork Teacher and Fletcher Lathrop, Woodworking Teacher

Call 505-467-6426 by March 29th to RSVP

Location: Hooper Hall | Eurythmy Room

 

Senior Class Project Presentations
Apr
1
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Class Project Presentations

Two seniors will present for 1 hour each on their senior project, from 7:00-9:00pm. 

 

7:00PM | Keifer | Time: More than a Constant Tick Tock Sound

8:00PM | Abel | The Dilemma of Drones


Located in the High School Great Room. Open to the public.

Senior Class Project Presentations
Mar
31
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Class Project Presentations

Two seniors will present for 1 hour each on their senior project, from 7:00-9:00pm:

7:00PM | Dhyana | Empathy: the Key to a Closing Door

8:00PM | Cecelia | Prosthetics: The Evolution of the Bionic Man

Located in the High School Great Room. Open to the public.