Picnic Tables

Over the course of the spring, class 3, 4, 5, measured lengths and angles, cut boards, fastened, and weather-proofed two early childhood-sized picnic tables. Each student had a chance to learn and practice each skill and could measure, cut, hammer and drive screws...

Bridge Crossing 2022

Our early childhood classes’ resilience was tested again on the days of the bridge crossing festival. The faculty had planned for it to be outside in the back of the building. Weather reports were ominous enough a day or two before the event to allow...

Pentathlon Pride

On Friday, May 20th, the fifth graders promenaded from the grade school building to their awaiting “chariot,” past cheering and banner-holding schoolmates as they headed off for the 27th annual Maine Waldorf Schools Pentathlon at the Maine Coast Waldorf School in...

Puppet Play

Puppet Play in Early ChildhoodA spare decor made with colorful cloths and a few props from nature (a branch, a rock, a pine cone) is pleasing to the eye. The gentle moving of simple puppets or marionettes (with very few features) in the pleasing colorful world allows...

Annual Campus Cleanup

Thank you to all who were able to join our annual campus clean up on Friday, with a special shout out to parent & Buildings & Grounds Committee chair, Tom Tansi, who helped organize and guide the event. The grade school students & faculty, and parent...

Grades 3 ~ 4 Maple Sugaring

  “The sap has been running” as we teachers say this time of year when the Spring temps and sunshine make the students giddy and full of energy. Students in grades 3 and 4 made their annual trip to the sugarbush and sap house to tap, collect and boil...

Fifth Grade State Reports

The Fifth Grade students recently worked independently, getting support from their teacher and parents, to research a state of their choice and prepare a report on it. The reports included a hand-drawn map of the state showing major cities, geographical features and...