There are two opportunities to visit Spring Garden this November:
- The first is on Wednesday, November 12th, at 9 am for our In-session tour.
- During this tour, you’ll be guided through the grades to see our teachers and students as they learn in the Waldorf style. We will point out what makes Waldorf Education different as you experience it and can answer your questions as we tour.
- The second opportunity is Sunday, November 15th, at 1 pm for our traditional Open House.
- During this event, families can visit classrooms and speak with teachers, staff and current parents as they learn about Waldorf Education.
Click Here to Register for either of these events.
If you’d like more information before visiting, check out this video version of our in session tour as featured on the TV program, Sustainable Life.
- Nov 4: Cheese Quesadillas, Spanish brown rice, school garden vegetable, fruit salad
- Nov 18: To Be Announced
- Dec 2: To Be Announced
- Dec 9: To Be Announced
The standard lunch is $3.75. Hot Lunch Forms are available HERE: http://sgws.org/sgws-parents/forms/
Children and their families are invited to celebrate Halloween at Spring Garden on Thursday, October 30th, at 6:00 pm. Children dress up in non violent or gory, media free costumes and visit their very own dressed-up teachers who will festively pass out treats from their classrooms.
Parents and children will need to be done walking through the school by 7:30 when the stations close. Don’t forget to bring a bag for all the treats! Caty Petersilge is also hosting a family, pumpkin-carving-fun day after school on Wed. Oct 29th. Children and parents attending this event can bring as many pumpkins as they would like to carve and take to decorate their home.
Children will have no school on Friday, October 31, and Monday, November 1st. These days are reserved for teacher conferences, so please sign up for a time to speak with your teacher. Sign up sheets will be posted on the office windows.
Have a fun, safe and happy Halloween!
Children of all ages love the magical cookie fairy and boat wish rooms, along with unique crafts, music, and the outdoor medieval catapult. Younger children especially love the face painting, puppet shows, story-telling and the make and take crafts.
The artisan market offers handmade items for young and old. Enjoy a delicious café which offers homemade food and baked goods. Stay and have lunch while the kids play!
The festival takes place at 1791 South Jacoby Rd in Copley, OH. Admission to the event is $2 per person.
Lots of volunteers are needed the day before, day of and night of cleanup. Look to the office windows and also to the Volunteer Opportunity tab on our website for upcoming signs ups to help.
Students in grade 3-5 can bring a friend to school this Monday, October 13th, to experience Waldorf Education first hand. Join us and see the educational philosophy that has caught the attention of the New York Times and CNN.
Children attending bring-a-friend-to-school day, will spend the day with their sponsor friend as a typical Spring Garden Waldorf student. They will shadow their friend in the classroom and experience a regular day, including main lesson and all the day’s subjects.
Students must be registered to attend. Please call 330-666-0574 to register or email Amy Hecky at firstname.lastname@example.org.