Windows Into Waldorf
There is no end to the powerful stories parents have tell as their children flourish at Waldorf. Prospective Parents (Preschool 2's-4's, Forest Kindergarten, Kindergarten, Grades 1-8) are warmly invited to join us for a morning tour of our indoor and outdoor classrooms and play spaces, accompanied by those who know it best: Waldorf Parents. This casual yet powerful morning is not to be missed. Coffee and a few nourishing bites will be served.
Windows into Waldorf, Fall/Winter Dates:
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Waldorf 101: Virtual Open House
Join Admission Director, Ilene Wise, for a bite-sized, online introduction into what makes Waldorf so wonderful. We will explore 14 highlights of a progressive Waldorf School of Baltimore Education, leaving time for a question and answer session at the end. This thirty minute bite-size zoom is the perfect starting place on your admissions journey. Hosted bi-monthly throughout the year.
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Parents/guardians of prospective students are invited to register for a tour with Admission Director Ilene Wise.
If you have not already created an account by submitting an Inquiry, please begin HERE
Parent and Child Classes
Hosted in four seasonal sessions: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer
You and your child will enjoy a warm and supportive environment that echoes the rhythms and atmosphere of our Waldorf Early Childhood classroom. Our Parent & Child classes are designed to help parent/guardians better understand and care for their young child, while allowing toddlers the chance to interact in small group settings and explore our outdoor and indoor classrooms.
Parent Child Class is the perfect way to experience the magic of Waldorf with your child ~10 months-3 years. Register early, as space is limited and tends to fill fast. Winter Season Classes offered weekly on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.Register on Ticketleap.
Strolls with Cecilia
Take a stroll around school and a peek into our programing with Academic Director, Cecilia Liss. Each month we will explore and explain a different topic as it relates to a Waldorf school of Baltimore education. This casual morning walk and talk is open to current and prospective parents alike. We will gather in the lobby at 8:30am and embark at 8:40am. All are welcome.UPCOMING DATES AND TOPICS
Community EventsWe love to bring crafts and conversation, wisdom and insights, festivals and fun, and a spirit of service from Waldorf education out into the greater community. New events and activities are added throughout the year. All are welcome.
Speaker Event - Ushering in a More Wholesome Holiday: An Evening with Chinyelu Kunz
How can we emphasize truth, goodness, and beauty for our children in a season of busyness? Is it possible to separate the festive from the frenetic? Will new traditions enrich our experience?
Master Waldorf early-childhood educator and We Nurture Founder, Chinyelu Kunz, addresses all these questions and more in this evening discussion on how to bring peace and meaning to the winter holidays.
Hands on Holiday Collaboration with the Ivy Bookshop
Join the Early Childhood Teachers from the Waldorf School of Baltimore at the Ivy Bookshop for mini-mornings based on a few of our favorite seasonal festivals. These special programs are best for children up to age 7 and include seasonal songs, story time, a seasonal craft and a nourishing snack. Families are welcome to sit on a blanket brought from home to complete your craft and enjoy your snack spread out on the Ivy's expansive wooded grounds.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Family Concerts
Join the Waldorf School of Baltimore for a morning of music at the Meyerhoff! We are proud to collaborate with the BSO by providing hands-on, simple, natural Waldorf crafts to accompany the Family Concert series. Arrive early to ensure plenty of time to complete your themed craft in the lobby before the performance begins.
Registration available at www.bsomusic.org
Mending Mornings: September-May
Join us on the first Friday of the Month for a morning of Mending!
Bring your clothes, quilts or stuffies in need of repair (button replacement, patching up holes, stitching tears, hemming loose clothing, and more) or pull up a chair to learn (or teach) mending techniques with WSB Fiber Arts Teacher Maren Jung and WSB Parent/Reception Janet Henry. Open to the entire community - not just Waldorf families! Warm drinks and warm conversation provided.