Apr
27
8:30 am08:30

Grandparents and Friends Day

Schedule*

8:30-9:30AM | Coffee and welcoming remarks (Hooper Hall)
9:30AM | Visit classrooms
10:30AM | Snack and pictures in the yard
11:00AM | Q&A with Administrative Leadership
11:30AM | Adjourn or stay for luncheon
11:30AM-1:15PM | Luncheon presentation (deadline for purchasing a boxed lunch has passed but all are invited to the presentation)

Other optional activities:

2:05-3:10PM | Senior Project Presentations (High School Great Room)

Please RSVP for Grandparents & Friends Day online or with Juliana Werner at 505-467-6427.

*Times are subject to change

Apr
27
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.

SCHEDULE:

8:30-9:30am - Coffee & Gathering
9:00-9:30am - Welcoming Remarks
9:30-9:45am - Q&A with Admissions Coordinator, Brent Poole,  and Kay Hoffman
9:45-10:00am - Campus Tour
11:00-11:30am - Adjourn

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

Apr
27
2:05 pm14:05

Senior Project Presentations

  • HS Great Room

2:05-2:35pm | Aydin Gates | Turning Wheel of Environmental Law

2:40-3:10pm | Maria Enriquez | A Journey Through Pueblo Language & Culture

Apr
28
9:45 am09:45

Mayfaire

COME ONE AND ALL!
To Our Annual
Santa Fe Waldorf School Mayfaire

 9:30am   Coffee and Tea
10:45am   Students bring out chairs before the festivities; families arrive with their chairs. 
11:00am   Parade lines up (May Court, Grades 1, 2, and 3)
11:15am  Parade begins

Greetings from Elliot Ryan as Master of Ceremonies at 11:15am

Grades                                DANCES                                  Music by

Grades 1 and 8                   Maypole Circle                        Grade 6
Grade 2                              Barber’s Pole                           Grade 5
Grade 4                              Gypsy Tent                              Grade 3
Grade 6                              The Plait                                  Grade 7

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

May
7
7:00 pm19:00

Lifesongs Performance | This Deeper Love

This year, our spring concert, This Deeper Love, will feature original works co-created with elders from Ambercare Hospice, Santa Fe Care Center and Kingston Residence of Santa Fe; students from the Santa Fe Waldorf School and the New Mexico Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network; and community members of our Lifesongs Creative Ensemble. Performers include these collaborators, as well as singers from The Santa Fe Opera’s Young Voices program, the University of New Mexico Children’s Choir, the Santa Fe University of Art and Design MooLoo Colony Chorus, students from NDI New Mexico at the Dance Barns, Lifesongs facilitating artists, and the Lifesongs House Band, featuring some of Santa Fe’s finest professional musicians.

Read more about Lifesongs and this performance on the Academy for the Love of Learning website.

May
15
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.

Jun
12
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.


Apr
24
6:30 pm18:30

Senior Project Presentations

  • HS Great

6:30-7:00pm | Natalina Cotter | Transformative Fiction **

7:05-7:35pm | Julian Kneisley | The Art of Silversmithing

7:40-8:10pm | Zoe Whittle | Colors of the Fantastic

 

**FRAGRANCE FREE

 

Grade 10 & 11 Play | Twelfth ​​Night
Apr
13
1:15 pm13:15

Grade 10 & 11 Play | Twelfth ​​Night

“If music be the food of LOVE, play on!” says Count Orsino, and LOVE is everywhere in this, Shakespeare's greatest paean to comedic romance. Add ship-wrecked twins, cross-dressing, sword-fighting, mistaken identities, a dose of naughty trickery, and the sharpest Fool ever to grace a stage, and you are in for an evening of laughter and joy. Join us as we present one of Shakespeare most-beloved comedies!

Tickets by donation

Location: HS Great Room

Apr
12
2:05 pm14:05

Senior Project Presentations

  • HS Great Room

2:05-2:35pm | Sophie Linett | I Am the Messenger: From Book to Screenplay

2:40-3:10pm | Aylin Sheehan | Making a Change Through Fashion*

**This presentation contains some adult images that are recommended for 8th grade and up

Apr
10
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Project Presentations

  • HS Great Room

7:00-7:30pm | Lily Fowler | Looking into the Eyes of PTSD: A Panel Discussion

7:35-8:05pm | Carlo Vera Ramirez | Classy Retro to Modern Glory: Rebuilding a Motorcycle Engine

Mar
21
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 outdoor Piñon Forest Kindergarten class.

RSVP to 505.467.6431

Location: Hooper Hall

Mar
17
7:30 pm19:30

Foundations Studies Group | Guest Lecturer Rick Spaulding

The Foundations Studies group welcomes Rick Spaulding from Chicago. He will be lecturing on Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Three Trials of Initiation. The lecture is open to all. Please join us on 7:30PM in Hooper Hall at SFWS. Below you will find suggestions for reading to accompany the lecture and Rick's biography.

Optional reading:
Natural History of the Intellect – Emerson, Wrightwood Press
RW Emerson: The Infinitude of the Private Man, York & Spaulding, Wrightwood Press

Biography:
Frederick (Rick) Spaulding received a BA from Harvard College in English and a M.Ed. from Loyola University - Chicago. He taught elementary school for seven years, high school English in the Chicago Public schools for twenty-seven years. He taught Waldorf teacher training at Arcturus in Chicago and taught at the Chicago Waldorf High School.  He has been conducting spiritual research for over 30 years. He has conducted a public study group of the basic books of Rudolf Steiner for the past 30 years. Currently he is an independent lecturer, author, researcher and co-founder of Wrightwood Press. He and his wife, Alice, reside in Chicago.

Mar
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.