Spring Garden Waldorf School is pleased and excited to announce an expansion of the Nursery Preschool program due to high demand. This program serves children who are 3 or young 4 year olds and are potty trained.
We will be offering a 2 day preschool program on Mondays/Tuesdays. Half and full day options are available. Space is limited. The two day program will follow the same daily rhythm as the 3 and 5 day options. The artistic activities will be painting on Mondays and baking bread on Tuesdays.
If you are interested in applying for your child to attend this program or to be added to a waiting pool for the three or five day program, please contact Amy Hecky at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 330-666-0574. Public and private tours are available.
There will be an open house on April 26th from 1 p.m.- 3 p.m. The entire family is welcome to tour the facilities and meet faculty, Board members and parents.
An early learning development director and her niece, a live-in nanny, are offering childcare on the night of the auction. Both women are relatives of Early Childhood parent and auction committee member, Debi Huselton. Please call Debi for registration and address details: 724-290-2887.
Where: Portage Lakes Area – Call Debi for address.
When: 4:30 pm -11:00 pm, April 18
What: $5 Donation — Outdoor Play, Snack and Crafts Included. Bring pillows & blankets or sleeping bags for little ones.
Thank you to Debi for offering and organizing this service!
The Lake (formerly Loyal Oak) in Norton, Ohio, has generously offered to donate 20% of your seasonal swim membership fee to the SGWS “Raise the Roof” Capital Campaign!
It’s all about family fun at The Lake: 6-acre swimming lake w/ lifeguards, water slides, diving boards and water inflatables. Plus enjoy playgrounds, pavilions, volleyball, basketball and tennis courts, concession stand, and fun weekend events, including Saturday night movies.
Our sincere thanks to Kris and Amy Schmid, owners of The Lake, for their generous support of our school!
Please click here to download a membership application. If you have any questions, please email Amy Hecky or call her at 330-666-0574.
Hiring a proxy bidder costs $15 or you can ask a friend to do it for free. Your proxy will have your paddle and will bid for you up to your desired limit. If you win, your credit card, on file, will be charged and your proxy bidder will bring your item to school for pickup.
Setting up Proxy Bidding is easy. So, don’t miss out . . . Click HERE to get setup for Proxy Bidding!
All are welcome to take part in The Golden Ticket Raffle taking place at our Annual Benefit Auction, April 18th at Greystone Hall. Did you know that anyone can buy a Golden Ticket for $40, whether they are attending the SGWS auction or not? You DO NOT have to be present to win!
Click HERE to buy your raffle ticket today. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and choose “Golden Ticket” by entering the number of Golden Raffle tickets you would like to purchase. https://sgws.schoolauction.net/sgwsbenefit2015/give
The night of April 18th, we will draw the name of one lucky Raffle ticket winner. If they are at the event, they can choose a between $1000.00 cash prize OR any one of our live or silent auction items. This year that includes many high priced and priceless items including a Hot Air Balloon Ride for 4, a ride in the Goodyear Blimp, the Mother Love hand knit blanket and all of our child-created and inspired class projects.
Any winner not in attendance will automatically receive the cash payout and be notified the next business day that they have won. So, take a chance and buy a ticket! You might be this year’s big winner!
“Reflections of a Waldorf Father” will be a 16″ x 20″ mirrored wall hanging consisting of various sizes of wooden blocks hand-stained by all fathers who are willing to participate. We have over 100 blocks to be stained. You can pick up as many as you are able to complete, free of charge, at the school store. Use any shade(s) of stain you have in your home (the more variety, the better), and return the dried pieces as soon as possible, but no later than Thursday, March 26th.
If you have any questions, please email Debi Huselton.