Grade School News

Mashenka and the Bear
by The Magic Lantern Marionette Theatre Sunday, June 2, 2013 10:30am Only one public* performance! $5 donation at the door for children 4 years old and up San Francisco Waldorf SchoolDakin Hall2938 Washington Streetbetween Broderick and Divisadero *11:30 performance is for incoming families and mentor families only Read More

8th Grade Play: Alice in Wonderland
Tickets are on sale now in the office. Remaining tickets will be on sale at the door, but please buy your tickets in advance to avoid being turned away at the door of oversold shows. $6 all ages$20 family tickets*  *admits 4, at least one must be an adult and at least one must be a child 14 or under.  This weekend only!!! Friday, May 17, 7pmSaturday, May 18, 3pmSaturday, May 18 7pmSunday, May 19, 2pm Come join Alice on her journey through Wonderland where she has ended up... Read More

May Faire & Field Day
Sunday May 4, 20149am - 3pm Lindley Meadow, Golden Gate Park (John F. Kennedy Drive at 30th Avenue) Schedule For The Day: 9:00 - May Faire Crown and Seed Ball Making 9:45 - Marionette Show 10:10 - May Queen Arrives 10:25 - Morris Dancers 10:45 - May Pole Dancing     12:00 - 1:30 - Lunch ($5, hamburgers, salads) 12:30 - Fresh Strawberry Shortcake ($5) an 8th grade fundraiser                 1:00 - 3:00... Read More

The Mermaid Princess
World Premeire by The Magic Lantern Marionette Theatre Our early childhood teachers unveil a brand new Marionette show, "The Mermaid Princess," set in the kelp forests off the California coast. Sunday, September 22, 2013 9:30 am & 11:00 am $5 donation at the door for children 4 years old and up San Francisco Waldorf SchoolDakin Hall2938 Washington Streetbetween Broderick and Divisadero   Read More

Sports Basement March Madness supports SFWS
March Madness continues through this weekend at Sports Basement SF Waldorf School (part of SF Schools) is leading the pack! Each year, Sports Basement has a fun and friendly competition between non-profits throughout the Bay Area, modeled off the popular NCAA Basketball March Madness tournament.  During this time, they increase giving for the non-profit community to 10% (normally 5%), while customers continue to get 10% back.  If you need something for an upcoming field trip or just... Read More

The Healing Power of Story with Susan Perrow
An evening talk with Storyteller Susan Perrow for parents and professionals Stories can strengthen, give hope, enthuse, inspire, soothe … some stories can even heal!  In managing children’s behavior a therapeutic story, through the use of metaphor and imaginative journey, can help shift an ‘out of balance’ behavior or situation back into wholeness or balance, and help build emotional resilience and character. In this event, examples and techniques for writing healing (‘medicinal’) stories... Read More

Donate to Spring Night 2013
Thank you for your interest in donating to San Francisco Waldorf School's Spring Night Benefit Auction! The Online Auction is April 17 - May 1. The Silent/Live Auction and Benefit is April 27. Online Donation FormPrintable Donation Form If you are making the same donation as last year, please use the Repeat Item Donation Form. Thank you for the generous support which enables us to continue our service to our students and families—and thank you for being a part of our community! Many in our... Read More

Christopher Evart (SFWS 2006), Technical Animator, Life of Pi
Christopher Evart, currently a Technical Animation International Supervisor at Rhythm & Hues Studios in Los Angeles, California is part of the team that has recently received an Academy Award Nomination for their work on Life of Pi. Chris attended San Francisco Waldorf School from kindergarten through high school. Chris started working at Rhythm & Hues a couple of years ago, right after completing his BA at Cogswell Polytechnical College in Sunnyvale. While he learned the whole process... Read More

Class Plays: We’re Not Just Playing Around Here
Plays and performance are an integral part of Waldorf education throughout the grades. They serve many purposes, demonstrating skills including music, linguistic understanding through recitation, and the visual arts with sets, props and programs. But plays and performances are more than just an opportunity to integrate art into the curriculum. They give the children an opportunity to meet themselves and each other through the stories and their social interactions. Class plays also allow the... Read More

Rumpelstiltskin
by The Magic Lantern Marionette Theatre Sunday, February 3, 2013 10 am & 11:30 am$5 donation at the door for children 4 years old and up San Francisco Waldorf SchoolDakin Hall2938 Washington Streetbetween Broderick and Divisadero Click here for printable flyer Read More

Registration is now open for Early Childhood Program Spring Session
The First Three Years: Classes for Parents and Their Young Children Spring Session ~ Ten Weeks: March 4 to May 24 ~ No classes March 25 - April 5 New Offerings~ a 3-week class for parents/caregivers only, Rhythms of the Home, w/Marianne Alsop~ a 6-week class, Simple Spring Knitting, w/Susanna von Rombs (w/children) Please tell your friends - we'd love to meet them! CLICK HERE for course descriptions, dates, and to register. Read More

Kim John Payne: Developing Capacities for Social Inclusion
Thursday, January 17, 7:30 PM At San Francisco Waldorf High School 470 West Portal, San Francisco, CA 94127 On-site parking available. Kim John Payne, acclaimed author and educational and family consultant, will speak at SFWHS (at our high school campus) on Thursday, January 17 at 7:30pm. In this evening lecture for parents, Mr. Payne will speak about the particular ways in which the adults in children’s lives affect the children’s ideas, actions and feelings about social inclusion. He... Read More

SFWHS to Present "Oliver!" in January at the Grade School Campus
Friday, January 18, 7pmSaturday, January 19, 2pm and 7pmSunday, January 20, 2pm Tickets on sale now at BrownPaperTickets.com or in the school offices. Bring in a non-perishable donation for the San Francisco and Marin Food Bank and get a $1 discount! Additional food and financial donations for the Food Bank will be collected at all performances.* Buy tickets for Oliver! San Francisco Waldorf High School's production of the musical theater classic "Oliver!" is not what you might expect if you'... Read More

Día de los Muertos at SFWS: Impressions from a First Grade parent
This year I attended my first “Día de los Muertos” assembly at the SFWS Grade School Campus. I must admit that even though I was raised in Argentina, I had never been to such a celebration before. So when Sra Febe left me a voicemail asking if I wanted to be a part of the parent team that supported the logistics of the event, I immediately signed up with enthusiasm. I had no idea what to expect. Día de los Muertos is a unique festival that resulted from the merging of Aztec rituals and Spanish... Read More

Library Hours for Parents
Our library is as tightly scheduled with activities as the rest of our busy grade school campus. Grade school librarian Ann Grandin would like to welcome parents to visit the library during the following hours to check out books for their children or help Mrs. Grandin with library tasks: Monday Mornings 8:45 to 9:30Friday Afternoons 1:30 to 2:00Special time for Kindergarten Parents: Wednesdays from 1:00 to 1:30   Read More

Winter Fair 2012
Sunday, December 210 am - 3 pm At San Francisco Waldorf Grade School2938 Washington Street  We are honored to invite you to our 33rd Annual Winter Fair. Come watch the puppet show, playgames, ride a giant rocking horse, and create winter crafts. Visit the all new Quest, a challenge even for our older Heros! Explore the Fairy and Cookie Houses and enjoy wonderful food and drink. The Fair is the perfect way to start your holiday seasonand pick up that unique something for your friends and... Read More

Registration Open for Parent-Child Classes
Registration will open for our Spring parent-child classes in late January. Please see our WINTER FLYER  for full course descriptions, dates, costs, & locations. Spring offerings will be similar. If you are new to our classes, you might enjoy reading what one of our class participants has to say about our Observation classes here. The parent-child program offers a gentle introduction to the group setting and a welcoming space for parents and children.  Here,... Read More

Baby Moves With Marianne Hermsen-van Wanrooy
Wednesday, November  7, 7:30 to 9PM  LOCATION: San Francisco Waldorf Grade School, Dakin Hall, 2938 Washington Street Co-sponsored by LifeWays of North America Come join us for a workshop for parents and professionals which looks at: The importance of Reflex integration. Correct way of developing movement in infants and implications for later life. How we can best assist the baby in movement development. Common practices from this perspective and their benefits or detriments.... Read More

Winter Fair Merchants
If you missed the Winter Fair or want to follow up with a vendor, please contact Seraph White at wfmerchants@sfwaldorf.org for vendor contact information. Red Circle8th Grade Coffee & Baked GoodsSanta Cruz GoldFebe’s JewelryHarmaniSFWS FacultyWreath Sales  4-Car GarageInflorescenceHannalah DesignsTurner’s Toys Whitley DesignsDivina CollectionTree SalesWreath Sales   WoodshopAfter Fair Greenery Sales  Kindergarten 2 (K2)Sophie’s MarketOf Maine WoodTruth’s... Read More

Neighborhood Partnerships: Swedenborgian Church
ur Early Childhood Program has been renting space in the historic Swedenborgian Church on Lyon and Washington, just a couple blocks from our grade school campus. Every morning our nursery program begins in the enclosed courtyard of this landmark Arts and Crafts building and many Parenting Program classes take place in the building’s reception area. The San Francisco Swedenborgian Church opened its Lyon Street doors in 1895. It was designed by a celebrated group of architects... Read More

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