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SGWS Alumni is FHS Valedictorian

»Posted by on Jun 12, 2016 in Alumni | 0 comments

1c73b1ba5a3907bbf408431b3510773f_viewCongratulations to Spring Garden Waldorf Alumni, John Beck, who graduated valedictorian from the Firestone High School International Baccalaureate program.

John was one of 20 valedictorians in his class of 251 who had received a 4.0 or higher at graduation. John will be attending Ohio State University in the fall and was a student of Marie Paul here at Spring Garden.

Congratulations, John! We at SGWS are proud of your accomplishments!

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SGWS Plant Sale Week of 6/13

»Posted by on Jun 9, 2016 in School News | 0 comments

 

vegetable-garden-tips-2_miniGet a little Spring Garden in your very own garden! This year we will be offering a variety of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, herbs, and flowers. All plants are $2.50 each.    

Greenhouse Sale times are:

Monday 6/13 – Friday 6/17: 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Special arrangements to purchase plants outside posted sale times can be made by emailing Mr. Grimes directly.

 

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SGWS Alumni in The All City Musical – Beauty and the Beast

»Posted by on Jun 2, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

 

HeckysFour Spring Garden Waldorf Graduates are participating in The All City Musical, Beauty and The Beast, to be performed at the Akron Civic Theater on June 17 and 18th.  

The musical involves high school thespians from all local high schools both public and private coming together to do a stage adaptation of the 1991 animated Disney film.

The SGWS alumni involved are Jerome Hume and Anna Fields, both in the ensemble and Emma Hecky and Grace Hecky working backstage as Stage Manager and Deck Chief, respectively. Jeroma is a Sophomore at Hoban,  Anna is a Sophomore at Firestone, Emma Hecky is a Junior at Copley and  Grace Hecky is a Freshman at Copley.
Congratulations to our grads for taking part in this exciting collaborative event!

Click HERE for more information and tickets.

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Community Giveback Day

»Posted by on May 31, 2016 in School News | 0 comments

By Hazel Emery, M.Ed.

BoxBoyOn the last day of school we come together to pack up classrooms, move teachers’ materials into their next-year classroom, and button up the building for the summer. This is a wonderfully busy day, bringing a satisfying end to a successful year. It is also a work day for volunteer hours.

We will need a large number of volunteers to handle the many jobs, both large and small, that this day entails! To ensure you have plenty of energy, the Parent Council will be providing lunch to volunteers who sign up in advance. Please click here to sign up so we can have an accurate headcount for lunch.

A more detailed email with a schedule for the day will be sent in the next couple of days. This will be the last opportunity to get work-day hours in, so if you need hours, be sure to join us! You do not need to sign up but, as noted, lunch will only be provided for volunteers who have signed up in advance.

And, if you have boxes, we need them for packing up teachers’ belongings for the classroom moves. If you have spare boxes, please bring them in to the office. Thank you!

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Alumni in The News

»Posted by on May 27, 2016 in Alumni | 0 comments

Sophia Kostoff pictured, third from left, at award ceremony.

Sophia Kostoff pictured, third from left, at award ceremony.

Congratulations to juniors Willow Campbell and Sophia Kostoff on their academic accolades this year in High School. Both ladies are former students of Waldorf teacher Theo Michaels.

Sophia is a junior at Our Lady of the Elms who is in the news for her award winning academics. She received an award for both her outstanding performance and academic excellence in Spanish and Global Studies. And also the Wellesley college book award.

Willow has been recognized for her writing prowess on the Varsity Power of the Pen Team at Kent Roosevelt High School.  Willow and her fellow team writers won first prize in the 2016 PenOhio Northeast Regional High School Writing Team Championships.

Congratulations Ladies!

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