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

REFLECTIONS Art Exhibit | Opening Reception

  • Warehouse 21

REFLECTIONS features drawings, paintings, photography and sculpture by our 9th-12th grade students as well as excerpts of creative writing from the Taliesin, our high school's literary magazine.

The Opening Reception is also the debut of this year's Taliesin with copies available to all visitors on opening night.

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

Grade 12 | Senior Play: GREASE
May
21
7:00 pm19:00

Grade 12 | Senior Play: GREASE

The 12th-grade play this year is Grease, which will be fun for the entire family. This high-school musical is pleasing and energetic with infectiously catchy songs and an ode to young love that never gets old. Grease is the word!

When: Saturday, May 21st, 7pm

Where: Santa Fe Waldorf High School Great Room

Admission: 5 dollars for adults, 3 dollars for students

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.


Mayfaire
Apr
29
9:45 am09:45

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.

9:45am    Refreshments for guests
10:45am   Students bring out chairs before the festivities; families arrive with
                 their chairs. Grandparents are seated in shade.
11:00am    Parade lines up (May Court, Grades 1, 2, and 3)
11:15am   Mr. Oellig signals beginning of Parade

Greetings from Kay Hoffman, Mistress of Ceremonies at 11:15am

Grades                 DANCES              Music by 

Grades 1 and 8     Maypole Circle    Recorders
Grade 2                Barber’s Pole      Grade 5
Grade 4                Gypsy Tent         Grade 3
Grade 6                The Plait              Recorders
 

FOOD BOOTHS OPEN AT 12:00 pm - 1:45pm

FESTIVE ACTIVITIES – After dancing concludes:

  • Hair Braiding and Face painting in Grade 1

  • Henna Tattoos in Grade 2 & 3

  • Lavender Sachets and Paper Flowers in Grade 4

  • Cupcake & Stuffed Animal Walk on small court

  • Obstacle Course on Big Field

1:45 Bell Rings, students return to class for closing verses

2:00 Dismissal and pick-up at Shelter

Apr
22
7:00 pm19:00

Marionette Play

  • Santa Fe Waldorf School

This year's marionette play is The Merry Violin, produced by 8th grade students in conjunction with Danelle Aragon, Handwork Teacher, and Fletcher Lathrop, Woodworking Teacher.

Please RSVP to Brent Poole at 505-467-6431.

Location: Hooper Hall Performance Space

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

Apr
19
1:30 pm13:30

Parent Visitor Afternoon

Parent Visitor Afternoon 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
7
7:00 pm19:00

SENIOR PROJECT PRESENTATIONS

  • HIGH SCHOOL GREAT ROOM

7:00-7:30pm

Sundarta Khalsa

An EP of Originals and Covers

 

7:40-8:10pm

Shaefer Bennett

What’s Beef?: An Environmental Exploration of Modern Animal Agriculture

 

Location: High School Great Room