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Shepherds’ Play Community Performance
You're invited to the faculty's performance of the Shepherds' Play - a medieval version of the Christmas story that's fun for all ages. ...
Carolyn’s College Corner: Scholarship & Financial Aid
Carolyn Francis, College Counselor, offers tons of great tips for finding ways to afford college in this latest blog. From FAFSA details to scholarship opportunities, this is one post you don't want to miss....
The Mysterious Message of Children’s Drawings
Join the Early Childhood teachers of DWS for a fascinating parent evening about the hidden meanings of your child's artwork. Learn a take-home craft for your child after the talk!...
What is a Lantern Walk?
In early November, our Lantern Walk affirms symbolically that light can continue to shine even as the light and warmth of the sun are waning. Carrying a light into the darkness in the company of others – as we do during the Lantern Walk – can be reassuring....
Come on a Halloween Journey
Hosted by the 7th Grade, our Halloween Journey is a fun, age-appropriate Halloween adventure for children in Pre-K through 2nd Grade. $3 per child - please come!...
The DWS Junior Class Presents…
The 11th Grade will perform Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 on Friday and Saturday, October 25th and 26th at 7:00 p.m. in the Ginny Boone Oppenheim Festival Hall. ...
Back-to-School Preparations
Back-to-School Preparations It's that time of year! The Denver Waldorf School administrative offices are buzzing with activity as we prepare to welcome all of our new families and welcome back all of our returning families. Emails with information and forms will be sent out on Monday, August 5th. If your student's 2013-14 registration is complete and you do not receive your Back-to-School email, please contact Christa Gustafson, Main Office Manager, at 303-777-0531 x 100 or dws@denverwaldorf.org. We're looking forward to a great year!...
A Waldorf Spotlight on Rachel Ladasky
A Waldorf Spotlight on Rachel Ladasky, The Denver Waldorf "Bluebell Garden" Nursery The Denver Waldorf School is opening a second, off-site nursery school to enhance our early childhood education program and meet the growing demand for Waldorf education in our area. We have located a church site at 17th and Dahlia in Park Hill and, if all goes according to plan, The Denver Waldorf School will open “Bluebell Garden” in fall of 2013. In preparation, The College of Teachers has offered Rachel Ladasky, Morning Glory Lead Assistant, the position of Lead Nursery Teacher and she has accepted. Rachel first came to The Denver Waldorf School as an intern in Morning Glory Kindergarten and then worked as a substitute and Lyre Assistant. She attended a Waldorf nursery school herself and was also a volunteer French teacher and substitute at River Song Waldorf School for two years. Rachel holds a BA in French and Education from Colorado State University and a M.Ed. in Early Childhood Waldorf Education from Antioch University New England. Congratulations, Rachel! A Conversation With Rachel Ladasky ...