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Middle School Visiting Day - March 4

visiting day

Explore Waldorf at our Middle School Visiting Day on Friday, March 4.  The Our Middle School curriculum addresses the beginning of student reasoning capacities. Adolescents move from being mostly active discoverers of the world with the class teacher’s guidance toward greater critical thinking. More and more, they engage in dialogue and synthesize information from varied sources to draw their own reasoned conclusions.

March 11 - What Work: the Waldorf approach to Science

what works march 11

Have you ever asked yourself "What is Waldorf's approach to teaching Science?"; in March 11 at 8:30am Donald Bufano, key figure of the global Waldorf community and current WSB 8th grade teacher, will be discussing our approach to Science at the Waldorf School of Baltimore. Don't miss this great opportunity to explore Waldorf education.
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Show Your Love on #GivingTuesday

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Show your love today and make a gift to the Waldorf School of Baltimore. Our Annual Fund goal is $120,000! 

Easy monthly payment plans available, give today and help us to continue bringing inspiring Waldorf Education to life in Baltimore.

Winter Garden Tuesday, December 1 at 2:30pm

Winter Garden

Be a part of the tradition, join us for this year's Winter Garden on Tuesday, December 1 at 2:30 p.m at the Waldorf School of Baltimore.

American Education Week 2015: Thank You to Donald Bufano

American Education Week.

In honor of American Education Week (November 16-20, 2015), the Waldorf School of Baltimore would like recognize and celebrate Donald Bufano, 8th grade Class Teacher, for ensuring that our students have a transformative educational experience. Mr. Bufano has been a key figure in the global Waldorf community for over 40 years, with the last 10 working at WSB in various key positions. He is well loved and respected by students, parents, faculty and staff alike. 

 

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Halloween in the Children's Garden

Halloween 2014

A special note for WSB Children's Garden families.

IN SCHOOL
During the week leading up to Halloween, each class will celebrate in their own way. The Children’s Garden faculty asks that your child not bring costumes to school.
If you are organizing a celebration with costumes after school, please be respectful of the choices other families may make by not discussing your plans during school time.

WSB Youth Ambassador of American Diabetes Association

Julia Macdonald

Last week’s Newsbytes contained a link to The Adaptable Mind, a beautifully produced 11 minute video connecting the characteristics of Curiosity, Creativity, Initiative, Empathy, and Multi-Disciplinary Thinking with the ability of humans to flourish and contribute to the world. Integrated in all aspects of a Waldorf education, it is easy to see these characteristics in our students.
 

Waldorf Fair - “A Magical Family Experience!”

waldorf fair nov 19

Waldorf Fair: “A magical family experience!”

Open House Oct. 25 2:00-4:00 PM

Open House

Join us and find out how your child will build a strong academic foundation for joyful lifelong learning at our Open House Sunday, October 25 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

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For further information, contact Lynn Bufano, Admissions Manager or call 410-367-6808.

Parent Child Class Oct. 9 - Dec. 11

Parent Child Class

Parent & Child classes lay the building blocks for elementary school. Science and math are introduced as tools for the exploration of movement and the physical properties of the natural world through play. Reading is rooted in language acquisition and the development of a rich imagination. Writing begins with strengthening the small motor skills. The teacher gently guides the natural play and interaction of the class towards healthy acquisition of these important skills, while the children do the activities at their own pace and in their own style.