When: Nov 13th from 6:30-8 pm Where: Trapnell LibraryWhat: The Art of Storytelling Who: Debra Spitulnik was a class teacher at the Washington Waldorf School for twenty-one years and received her Goetheanum diploma as a speech artist from Performinternational in 2016. She now combines these two loves, bringing creative speech to the children and faculty of WWS and to teachers […]
Join us for a morning of tea, play and conversation while thelittle ones move and explore in our lovely Parent Child classroom. Hosted by an experienced Early Childhood educator. Welcoming parents with children ages birth to 3.5 years. Tuesdays in November • Parent Child Classroom • 9:30-11am • Free, drop-ins welcome!
Join us for a Q&A session and classroom exploration for our Toddler program on Saturday, November 9, 10-11am at the Charlottesville Waldorf School.
CWS celebrated 100 years of Waldorf education on Thursday, September 19. Early Childhood classes began the celebration with deliveries of bread to the grades. The “kindergarten bread” prompted nostalgic conversations in several of the grade school classrooms as students recalled their own kindergarten days. The Grade School gathered after snack time to hear the story […]
The CWS Parent Association invite families and friends to Applefest on September 14, 5-8pm. Come share a potluck meal and fresh pressed cider, enjoy live music, and don’t forget to bring your entry for the apple dessert contest, to be judged by the 8th grade students. Middle School Explorations students (6th, 7th, and 8th grades) […]
Family, Friends, and Waldorf Alumni are invited to join us for a celebration of Michaelmas on Friday, September 27! The students will present music and a special Michaelmas Pageant at 8:30am in the Pavilion. Michaelmas Photos
Join us on Tuesday, August 20, at 8:30am in the Pavilion as we welcome our 2019 First Grade Class! Friends and Family of CWS are encouraged to attend and there will be a parent reception with coffee and light refreshments in the Music and Arts Room directly after the ceremony.
KIM JOHN PAYNE: SOCIAL INCLUSION & the NEW RITES of PASSAGE Thursday, March 7, 2019 • 6:30 PMCharlottesville High School’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Performing Arts Center Discussion 6:30–8:30pm | Q&A 8:30–9:30pm Kim John Payne M.ED tackles this timely and challenging topic with methods that express disapproval of target behaviors while not seeking to give punishment or apportion blame. Rather, […]