Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Tue, 09/01/2020 - 1:09pm
Our guest blogger and school counselor, Christa Marvenko-Athas, has some advice for parents who are helping children cope with a different kind of back-to-school stress.
Here we are in September, continuing to manage the flood of emotions and actions needed to address the impact of a global pandemic on getting “back-to-school.”
Submitted by Communications on Fri, 06/05/2020 - 2:35pm
Our guest blogger and school counselor, Christa Marvenko-Athas, has some advice as we move into a summer of uncertainty.
Submitted by Communications on Tue, 05/12/2020 - 9:46pm
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Submitted by Communications on Fri, 05/08/2020 - 6:00pm
Image from A Million Pieces by Sabina
Our second week of Eighth Grade Self Portraits have been posted. Please experience them at the links below, and come back next week for more projects.
A Million Pieces—Sabina's Self Portrait
Submitted by Communications on Fri, 05/01/2020 - 6:22pm
Our guest blogger and school counselor, Christa Marvenko-Athas, has some useful insight for parents coping with this stressful time. Take a look at her suggestions of how laughter can help.
There is not much that seems funny these days. We are continuously living in a state of stress and trying to cope the best we can. As you scroll through social media platforms, or watch recaps of popular comedians and talk-show hosts, you will see many people trying to use humor as a way to cope.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Mon, 04/27/2020 - 12:54pm
May Day is also our community’s family day and a very special celebration each year.
May Day is celebrated each year on May 1 and is a traditional 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.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Thu, 04/23/2020 - 10:55am
Set your student up for success by creating a learning space that excites your child and helps them dive into learning each day.
Waldorf classrooms are designed specifically to accommodate student development and welcome learning. While classrooms emanate warmth and are designed specifically for children we know an exact classroom replication isn’t a possibility for many parents engaged in distance learning.
However, there are ways to create a space that will inspire your child to be creative and stir up excitement for projects each day.
Submitted by Communications on Mon, 12/02/2019 - 9:54am
Over Thanksgiving break, each eighth grade student interviewed a grandparent, or other beloved elder, and wrote out the answers to some twenty questions about his or her childhood. When they returned to language arts class, they wrote extensive descriptive essays based on their interviews. Take a look at this interview from Abigail S.: