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16 May The Class of 2013 Graduation Ceremony & Reception

Class of 2013 Graduation Ceremony and Reception All are cordially invited to The Denver Waldorf School Class of 2013 Graduation Ceremony and Reception. Friday, June 7 7:00 pm—9:00 pm Central Presbyterian Church 1660 Sherman St Denver, CO $3 parking vouchers for The Denver Waldorf High School Graduation Ceremony at the Wells Fargo Parking Center (1700 Sherman St.) may be purchased in advance in The Denver Waldorf School business office as on or after May 29th. You may also purchase a $3 parking voucher at the graduation ceremony itself. Parking vouchers must be presented upon exiting the parking facility. Limited street parking is also available. Please note: Without a voucher you will have to pay regular parking fees upon exciting the garage complex. All are invited to this incredible celebration of our Waldorf seniors and Waldorf education, with music, heart-felt speeches, a student speech and a fabulous reception. ...
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16 May The 2012~2013 Yearbook is Here!

The 2012-2013 Yearbook is Here! It's that time of year again, and The 2012-2013 Denver Waldorf School Yearbook is printed and ready for you! This year's yearbook was created by a group of dedicated 8th graders who worked hard throughout most of the school year to bring you a very creative, Waldorf-inspired representation of this year's students. We're excited to bring you photos of our toddlers to our seniors and a lot of great artwork throughout the grades. The 8th Grade Yearbook Committee chose a growing tree throughout the four seasons as the theme for this year's book. The tree starts small in the kindergartens and grows through the seasons and the grades to an impressive full size by the time it reaches the seniors. The students learned the basics of photography, writing and layout design to put together the book, and I was very impressed with their quickness to grasp new subjects and incorporate their own creativity and artistic abilities into new forms. Head over to The Denver Waldorf School Business Office and see Lori Pucelik, Business Director, or Carolyn Goodman, Financial Coordinator, to pick up a yearbook for your family! The cost is $42 and cash and checks are acceptable. ~ Lydia Fiser, 2012-2013 Yearbook Advisor ...
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16 May Staff Changes

Staffing Changes by Judy Lucas, Administrative Director This is the time of year when we say a fond farewell to staff who are leaving and announce new staff for next year. As you may already know, Trent Price, Lead Assistant in Woodrose Preschool/Kindergarten, and his family will be returning to Oregon. Kimberly Rickards, Nap Assistant, will become the new Woodrose Lead Assistant. Kimberly has been involved with teaching since 1990, has worked in three different early childhood settings, and has been working in Woodrose for over a year. Rachel Ladasky, Lead Assistant in Morning Glory Preschool/Kindergarten, will be opening a new off-campus nursery for The Denver Waldorf School called "Bluebell Garden" in Park Hill. Her Lead Assistant will be Mary Ray, currently serving as Nap Assistant in Morning Glory. Rachel and Mary have worked together for over two years in Morning Glory. Mary began working in an early childhood setting in 2001 and has led a parent-tot class as well. Jessica Tamayo will be the new Lead Assistant in Morning Glory. Jessica completed her Waldorf Teacher Training at Sunbridge Institute (with our own Jen Palmer, Starflower Nursery’s Lead Teacher) and has taught or assisted in three other early childhood settings. We have not filled all three nap assistant positions, but are close. We will give you an update once all three positions have been filled. Alicia Rigsby, our piano accompanist, will be pursuing a license to teach music. We have appreciated her musical professionalism and her ability to sight read and we wish her best. We are still looking to fill the piano accompanist position. Elizabeth Harden will be completing her project in transitioning administrative staff into a new integrated software system. We will be looking to replace her with a part-time registrar position. Julie Vogel will be a full-time student next year, so we will be looking for a new Games Teacher for Grades 1 – 3. Warmly, Judy Lucas, Administrative Director ...
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14 May Community Invitation: Buddha Lecture

Community Invitation: Buddha Lecture Our community, friends and neighbors are invited to a lecture on Rudolf Steiner and Buddha this Friday night, May 17 at 7:30 pm, organized by the Denver Branch of The Anthroposophical Society. Rudolf Steiner spoke about Gautama Buddha with the greatest reverence and respect. He brought images of Buddha's life and work far beyond the usual picture of him receiving enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree. Wotan, John the Baptist, Jesus of Nazareth and Francis of Assisi all had profound relationships to Buddha. We will hear about Buddha's origins as well as his service to humanity after he attained Nirvana. 7:30 pm Friday, May 17 The Denver Waldorf School 940 Fillmore Street Denver, CO 80206 7:00 pm Saturday, May 18 Kelly's Barn ~ 1360 Sumac, North Boulder 80304 Donations to cover costs accepted at the door. Speaker Linda Connell is a member of the Western Regional Council of the Anthroposophical Society in America and an active member of the Los Angeles Branch. ...
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14 May 2013 Senior Prank!

2013 Senior Prank The Class of 2013 got together yesterday to pull off a prank on the faculty and students of The Denver Waldorf High School. Luckily, those bright seniors made up for all the mayhem (that they themselves had to clean up!) by filling the high school faculty teacher's room with flowers and putting flowers in every classroom and on the desk of everyone in administration. There were even lovely flowers downstairs in the kitchen. Well played, seniors! ...
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09 May Summer Gift Card Program!

Summer Gift Card Program! Stock up on gift cards before summer break! This is a great way to help the school while enjoying the same grocery stores, restaurants, shopping and home improvement stores typically frequented by our families. Simply purchase gift cards through the school at face value and The Denver Waldorf School will receive a percentage. Click HERE for the SCRIP gift card order form. Options include Whole Foods, Sunflower Markets, Starbucks, Target, Subway, Chipotle, King Soopers and more. Visit the following website to search for additional cards that are available and write in any other cards that you may wish to purchase through the school. The Denver Waldorf School will receive a percentage! Please place your order forms in the Parent Kiosk at The Denver Waldorf School or give them to Ben Drotar, Development Director. ...
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09 May Anthroposophical Gathering & Lecture on Friday, May 17

Anthroposophical Gathering & Lecture on Friday, May 17 Time is fast approaching for the gathering with the Western Regional Council of The Anthroposophical Society and the Gautama Buddha lecture next Friday, May 17th. In order to be sure you have a dinner that evening please reply to adamblanning@hotmail.com or caronscanlan@comcast.net not later than this Friday morning, May 10th, 9:00 am. Having a meal together stimulates conversation and a warm atmosphere. We do hope you will join us for this event! ...
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09 May 6th Grade Student Seeking Donations for Burmese Orphanage

6th Grade Student Seeking Donations for Burmese Orphanage Dhiraj Senior, a 6th grade Denver Waldorf School student, is seeking donations for a small orphanage in Mae Sot Thailand as part of a community service element of The Denver Waldorf Middle School curriculum. Senior writes: "I am looking for donations for a small orphanage in Mae Sot Thailand. These orphans have no support from the government and the reason why is because they are refugees from Burma (Myanmar), a place that has had civil war for over 60 years. Please donate any baby items, clothing, formula, diapers or even money." Senior is collecting the items in the 6th grade classroom and said his family will send the items to friends who live near the orphanage. ...
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