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Mini-Morning May 9, 2015

Explore Waldorf with your child for a morning in the Children's Garden.

Participate in activities such as bread baking, singing, storytelling, puppetry, watercolor painting, finger-knitting and beeswax modeling. Be inspired by all student activities that develop concentration, small muscle development, and hand-eye coordination.

Find out why play is the serious work of childhood and is an essential part of the Waldorf early childhood classroom. Learning by doing provides the foundations for active imagination, problem solving, and creative thinking.

May Day & Grandparents Day

May Day

We look forward to celebrating May Day & Grandparents Day with our school community Friday, May 1 from 8:15 am - 3:00 pm. In ancient times, May Day was a celebration of nature’s revival after a long and cold winter. The Waldorf School of Baltimore celebrates May Day by honoring our students’ families, grandparents, and friends. We invite you to join us for a day filled with classroom activities and springtime festivities.  View the schedule below and share the event flyer.

"The Miracle Worker" showing April 17-18

The Miracle Worker

Every year, the 8th grade class at the Waldorf School of Baltimore performs a full-length play. It is the culmination of plays for the class. What makes it different from the plays performed in the lower grades is the significant time, planning, and teamwork needed to pull it off.

Circle of Light Luncheon: April 29, 2015

Circle of Light Luncheon

Circle of Light is an inspiring event which showcases school programs, features speakers from our parent body and is designed to support the financial structure of our school. See why our students are so engaged. Understand how we inspire depth, imagination, and purpose everyday. Please be our guest at the third annual Circle of Light Luncheon to support the Waldorf School of Baltimore Scholarships.

6th Year Winners: Tower of Power 2015

Tower of Power 2015

For the  sixth year in a row the Waldorf School of Baltimore’s  middle school students have participated in the Johns Hopkins University Center for Educational Outreach, Tower of Power competition and won besting other  middle school students as well as Hopkins engineering undergraduates! The success is due to our students’ diligence, our staff’s passion and commitment, and the academic and hands-on learning they get at the Waldorf School.

Mini-Morning April 11, 2015

Mini-Morning
Explore Waldorf with your child for a morning in the Children's Garden.

Participate in activities such as bread baking, singing, storytelling, puppetry, watercolor painting, finger-knitting and beeswax modeling. Be inspired by all student activities that develop concentration, small muscle development, and hand-eye coordination.

Find out why play is the serious work of childhood and is an essential part of the Waldorf early childhood classroom. Learning by doing provides the foundations for active imagination, problem solving, and creative thinking.

Parent & Child Class: April 30 - June 5, 2015

Parent & Child Class

Parent & Child classes lay the building blocks for elementary school. Science and math are introduced as tools for the exploration of movement and the physical properties of the natural world through play. Reading is rooted in language acquisition and the development of a rich imagination. Writing begins with strengthening the small motor skills. The teacher gently guides the natural play and interaction of the class towards healthy acquisition of these important skills, while the children do the activities at their own pace and in their own style.

"Substance Abuse": Parent Education Speaker Series

Join us April 21 from 7:00pm - 8:30pm for a very educational and informative discussion with Mike Gimbel around "Substance Abuse". 

Mike Gimbel has been in the field of substance abuse education, prevention, intervention and treatment for over 30 years. He is currently the President of Mike Gimbel Associates, a national substance abuse consulting company.

Currently Mike is working with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on providing substance abuse education to the nations college athletics.

"Eating Disorders": Parent Education Speaker Series

Join us March 10 for an informative discussion about Eating Disorders with Graham Redgrave.
Dr. Redgrave was educated at St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD and Santa Fe, NM. He graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1999, completed a year of internal medicine training at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center followed by a general psychiatry residency, finishing in 2003. He joined the faculty immediately thereafter.

Eurythmy Assembly II: March 12, 2015

Eurythmy Assembly II

The second Eurythmy Assembly will feature Grades 1, 2, 4, 5, and 8 on THURSDAY, MARCH 12 at 1:45 p.m