These classes will introduce you to the ways watercolor painting is approached throughout the grades, including subject matter, materials, and techniques. Participants will produce two or three watercolors in each session. These classes are open to adults only, not students or siblings.
Cost is $30 per session. Attendees can Sign Up for any or all sessions and pay at the door by check or charge to your SGWS MCA. You may sign up for as many sessions as you wish, but because space is very limited, please Sign Up only for sessions you are sure you will attend.
Painting through the Grades with Cate Hunko. All Sessions 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
- August 11: Grades 1 – 3
- August 12: Grades 4 & 5
- August 13: Grades 6 – 8
Ms. Hunko has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and printmaking, and has automotive design experience. Ms. Hunko completed her master’s degree in Waldorf education at Antioch University, and her master’s thesis was on Color Theory and Painting. Over the years, Ms. Hunko has participated in a number of Waldorf Teacher Intensives on painting and has conducted research on Steiner’s color indications. Ms. Hunko has taken two classes through the cycle of Grades 1 through 8 at Spring Garden Waldorf School.
Does your grade 4-8 student play an instrument? How about a stimulating week of music camp August 10-14? The Cuyahoga Valley Summer Music Workshop will be held in Akron, Ohio and runs Monday-Friday from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm, with aftercare available 3:00-5:00.
The camp is for students in grades 4-8 who play string instruments, flute, and clarinet. The five-day workshop is tailored to beginning and intermediate students who will be inspired and challenged in a supportive environment.
Camp includes participation in group classes, ensembles, chorus, creative expression with percussion instruments, eurythmics, and musicianship. Private lessons will be available after camp, for $25, for any who are interested. A final concert for family and friends will be held August 14th at 3:00 pm in the sanctuary.
- Early-bird pricing through July 16, 2015: $210 per student
- Regular pricing due by July 23, 2015: $225 per student
- Aftercare is available from 3-5 pm for $5 per hour. We will play outdoors, explore the onsite playground, and enjoy indoor activities.
This year’s Welcome Back Dinner for parents will be August 25th at 6:30 pm. Save the date! Join us in the SGWS school gymnasium for an evening of fun, with a little information sprinkled in, as we gear up for another exciting school year at Spring Garden Waldorf School!
The menu will be grilled chicken over mixed greens (with vegetarian and vegan option), plus toppings, bread and dessert (with gluten free option).
New parents are invited to come by for a brief orientation before the dinner. Please note that this is an adults-only event, and childcare will not be provided. Please RSVP HERE by August 20th. See you on Tuesday, August 25th.
Jenna displayed her design work at Kent’s 2015 fashion show, FS2: Visionnaire, which featured 17 collections and 55 individual looks created by 58 student designers.
Jenna’s collection “Brazen” earned both the $1,500 Best in Show Award and the $500 SUEDEsays Award (sponsored by “Project Runway” star Suede, a Fashion School alumnus).
Congratulations Jenna on your amazing fashion sense and your big senior win!
Our second senior is Harley Moyer who has graduated from Firestone High School with a 4.25 GPA as a National Honor Society member. Harley was also an International Baccalaureate Diploma recipient, Akron Council of Engineering and Scientific Societies Math & Science Student of the Year Award winner, and French Club Vice President.
Harley also excelled in athletics as a cross-country runner and track and field competitor. For cross-country, he was an Akron City Series champion as a senior, Firestone’s MVP for three years, and a Division I regional qualifier as a senior; he posted a career-best time of 16:52.79 at the regional meet.
In track and field, Harley helped Firestone win Akron City Series team championship as a senior by winning the 1,600-meter run (4:26.41), the 800 (2:03.22), and the 3,200 (10:25.18). He placed 10th at the Division I State meet in the 3,200 in at 9:27.10, a career best and a school record.
Harley plans to run at Washington & Jefferson College in Pennsylvania. Congratulations Harley! You’re clearly running towards great success!
Two SGWS alumni are graduating from Revere High School this year as well. Michael Miller is graduating in the top 10% of his class as a National Merit Commended Scholar. He was also the National Honors Society President, a member of the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society, and winner of the OSHAA Scholar Athlete Award. Varsity Tennis player and National Art Honor Society Member Griffen Hansen is also graduated from Revere High School this year.
We wish all our seniors good luck in their upcoming endeavors! Do have alumni news to report? Please contact Amy Hecky at Admissions@sgws.org.