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  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Feast Celebrates A Full Summer

    Parents and family members of Housatonic Valley Waldorf School summer camp students were welcomed by a row of students looking over a fence door on the school’s campus on Friday, August 15.

    Behind the row of students at the entrance, Camp Director Carrie Reilly was busy overseeing a spread of harvest feast offerings, from a sampling of fruit smoothies to vegetable soup, from pizza to salad, for parents, family members, and campers lined up to eat and celebrate.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Welcomes Spring

    A gathering of Housatonic Valley Waldorf School students, faculty, staff, family members, and other invited guests welcomed spring on Friday, May 2, with traditional Maypole, and Morris & Sword dances.

    All grade level students at the school began the event, an annual tradition, by performing the song “Hal ‘n Tow,” according to Patricia Campbell, who directed the students and acted as the events announcer, while dancing.

  • Waldorf School Open House Slated

    Parents and children are invited to an Open House event at The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School, 40 Dodgingtown Road (Route 302), on Saturday, February 1, at 10 am.

    Waldorf education is a holistic approach to education that incorporates art, movement, and music into virtually every academic subject. In the early years, play is emphasized. Play, along with teacher guided activities, allows the child's cognitive abilities to unfold in a way that strengthens their desire for learning, according to the school.

  • Michaelmas Festival At The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School

    Housatonic Valley Waldorf School hosted its annual Michaelmas on Friday, September 27. This year marked the school’s 20th anniversary of celebrating its play.

    According to the Housatonic Valley Waldorf School, the Michaelmas Festival is done every September to honor St Michael, an iron sword-bearing mythical dragon-slayer. The school explains that Michael’s legend symbolizes autumn resurgence and striving to overcome inner dragons like doubt, greed, laziness, and fears for the future.

  • Harvest Feast Finalizes Waldorf School Summer Camp

    After weeks of preparation, a harvest feast was held Friday, August 16, to mark the end of Housatonic Valley Waldorf School summer camp.

    The summer camp at Housatonic Valley Waldorf School was offered for students between the ages of 3 and 12.

    Family members were invited for the event, and food prepared by students was offered. At each table, settings were laid out, which included beeswax candles made by the students.

  • Welcoming Spring At Housatonic Valley Waldorf School

    Housatonic Valley Waldorf School students, faculty, staff, families, and school friends welcomed spring on Friday, May 3, with traditional Maypole and Morris & Sword dances.

    “May Fairs all over the world are very joyous celebrations,” said Patricia Campbell, who directed the students throughout the event. “It is a time for waking up the earth after winter so that crops will grow, the flowers will come out.”

  • Waldorf Students ‘Travel’ And Perform In Foreign Languages On Stage

    Imagine waltzing, planting a cocoa tree, and even visiting Germany as well as a Spanish-speaking country, and even seeing the universe — all on stage, and as a young student no less.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School To Hold Tour For Parents

    Parents of prospective students are invited to take a tour of the Housatonic Valley Waldorf School while classes are in session on Wednesday, March 13, from 8:45 am to 10:30 am.

    The tour is designed for adults to experience the grade school classes while they are in session and to give a window into the multi-sensory approach to learning used by Waldorf Schools worldwide.

    Interested event goers are asked to RSVP to 203-364-1113.