All School Meeting

Hear Ye, Hear Ye…

The Taos Waldorf School Board of Trustees would like to invite all TWS parents to a special All-School meeting scheduled for Thursday, January 30th from 5:00-7:00 pm.

A potluck will begin our evening, 5:00-6:00 in the kitchen, then we will meet in Ms Gaia’s classroom from 6:00-7:00. Come to both if possible, but please try to make the meeting a priority!

The board will be presenting the revised ATA plan for the 2014-15 school year, as well as discussing the current school year.

Childcare will be available for $5 per child, sign up in the office!!

Hope to see you all there!


Thank You to our many generous donors…

Taos Waldorf School would like to THANK our many generous donors that contributed to our Valentine’s Raffle!

valentines-raffleNature’s Emporium Soap Co.
Beautiful Bones Boutique
Indian Hills Jewelry
Garden and Soul
Hamilton Studios
Missys Organic Skincare
Six Directions
Taos Blue
Mooncat Fiber
Coyote Moon
Taos Artisans Cooperative Gallery
Mood N Flood
Monets Kitchen
Taos Kokopelli
Taos Cowboy
Eske’s Brew Pub
5 Star Burgers
Logan Wannamaker Pottery
Gorge Bar and Grill
El Meze
William 2 Salon
Yu Garden
Trading Post Café
Red River Ski Area
Overland Sheepskin
Shirley Eckert
Edna Sturtcman
Adventure Ski Shop
Alchemy Aesthetics
Enchanted Florist
Jitters Coffee Shop
Northside Spa
La Tierra Mineral Gallery
RC Gorman Gallery


Taos Waldorf School Valentines Raffle

Tickets sales end February 3rd.
Prizes will be drawn on February 13th
$5 Per Ticket or $45 for a book of 10
To purchase tickets please call 575-751-7750 or email

Prizes Include:
Nambe – Anvil 2-Tier Server    $250 value
Red River Ski Area – 2 Lift Tickets    $132 value
Shirley Eckert – 3×4 miniature, original oil painting on tin   $100 value
Alchemy Aesthetics – Facial of your choice $80 value
Mood N Flood – Camelbak Backpack        $85 value
Substance – Gift Certificate     $75 value
Overland Sheepskin – $75 Gift Certificate
Taos Artisans Cooperative Gallery – Handpainted acrylic miniature “Taos Mountain” necklace        $68 value
Taos Blue – Tea Forte Assortment    $60 value
Taos Cowboy – Pendleton Woolen Mills Purse      $58 value
Six Directions – Authentic Navajo Sand Painting
Martyrs – $50 Gift Certificate
Logan Wannamaker Pottery – $50 Gift Certificate
Gorge Bar and Grill – $50 Gift Certificate
El Meze – $50 Gift Certificate
Trading Post Café – Dinner for 2
William 2 Salon – $45 Gift Certificate
Adventure Ski Shop – Scott Wintersport Classic Goggle $35 value
The Enchanted Florist – Gingham 4-Piece Tool Set    $35 value
Edna Sturtcman – Animal Ring Holder   $32 value
Edna Sturtcman – Clay Rooster       $32 value
Eske’s Brew Pub – $30 Gift Certificate
Taos Kokopelli – African Basket        $30 value
Coyote Moon – Metepec Cross        $30 value
Nature’s Emporium Soap Co. – 3 Soap and 1 Candle   $30 value
Monets Kitchen – 2 Heart Ramekins and 2 Chocolate Molds        $29 value
Missy’s Organic Skincare – Gift Certificate for eyebrows          $25 value
Mooncat Fiber – 5 Skeins of Galway Yarn   $25 value
5 Star Burgers – $25 Gift Certificate
Gutiz – $25 Gift Certificate
Twirl – $25 Gift Certificate
Pizanos – $25 Gift Certificate
Yu Garden – $20 Gift Certificate
Beautiful Bones Boutique – $20 Gift Certificate
Indian Hills Jewelry – $20 Gift Certificate
Hamilton Studios – Earrings    $18 value
Garden and Soul – Gift Certificate for a box of chocolates
OptiMysm – $10 Gift Certificate
Gaia – 1 hr massage
RC Gorman Gallery
La Tierra Mineral Gallery – Set of Onyx Goblets
Jitters Coffee Shop –  Two $10 Gift Certificates

Make a Wish for the New Year

Gardeners and Farmers have always had their own brand of traditions.  In a way the whole science of biodynamics is really a tradition.  Silke, our early childhood lead, asked me the other day if I had plans for the garden in relation to Three Kings Day (Jan 6th), something previous growers here at the school had celebrated with the land.  At the time I had nothing planned for this day though wanted some way to begin re-integrating the school with the lovely land just behind them.  Three Kings Day also called Epiphany is seen as a day when the new season begins to incarnate.   More

With Gratitude

With the holidays upon us, this is the perfect time to express gratitude to the families, teachers, and staff at Taos Waldorf School.

We have chosen a different path, a unique, and bold way in which to work and more so, to educate our children.

This is a collaborative effort, grand in scale, and one only need look at the joy our children express in coming to school and the warmth in which they are receiving their education to reaffirm our decision to bring them, and ourselves, to this special place.

A Waldorf School does not exist for one, nor can it thrive on the work of one, or a few, but in fact it takes us all to give freely of our time, our passion, our love, and for this I am eternally grateful. Something radical, and wonderful, and enduring is happening at our little school, and this is because of you. For the efforts you put forth and dedication you embody, it is possible.

I am grateful to each one of you and honor the work you do for our collective whole.

Season’s Greetings and may your New Year bring blessings of light, love, happiness, and good health.

Yours in community~
Jenn Foley