The 7th grade class built a special garden to grow salad items. Every Thursday, they harvest and send beautiful salads to all the younger children in our school. They lovingly serve others with healthy food.
The first coffee talk of the year is being held on Tuesday, September 16th from 2-3. Marleny Alfaro will lead the discussion. Please join us.
Children, Education, and Modern Society: who are these children, what are they here to do, and how can we truly serve them?
Who do we go for answers when in doubt of one’s offspring’s path? Marleny Alfaro strives to bring a compassionate view of the modern family, based on her experience as a Waldorf teacher. A native of Cuba, she observes how cultural expectations shape the individual, and investigates the role of a parent in guiding each individual. Bring your questions about Waldorf education, children, parenting: together we will look at them, and maybe even share a laugh, or two.
Taos Waldorf families please join us Tuesday, September 16 from 2-3 for a coffee talk. Marleny Alfaro will be speaking on the whole child and Waldorf education. It’s sure to be an amazing afternoon. We looking forward to seeing you!