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  Sunday, March 24, 2013Volume MMXII-XIII, Issue 27  
8th Grade bakery trip
  Eighth Graders at Konditor Meister
Gala Game: Riddle
Financial Aid Letters
School News & Events
WSL at Harvard
Gala Donation Call
Student-Faculty Basketball
Waldorf Boutique
From the Kitchen
Hot Lunch Menu 
Drop-in Crafts
Please join us as we gather to decorate Easter eggs. We will meet in the Chorus Room on Wednesday after drop-off (around 8:30 a.m.) until 11 a.m. All materials are provided. Children are welcome!
Easter eggs
Wednesday, March 27
Waldorf Park Arlington, 9:30 a.m.
Thursday, March 28
Waldorf Park Concord, 9:30 a.m.
Friday, March 29
No School
Good Friday
Monday, April 1
5th Grade to Hawthorne Valley Farm
Tuesday, April 2
Sunflower Kindergarten class evening, 7 p.m.
8th Grade class evening, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 3
Information Session, 8:45 a.m.
Waldorf Park, Arlington, 9:30 a.m.
Morning Glories class evening, 7 p.m.
7th Grade class evening, 7:30 p.m.
3rd Grade class evening, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 4
Waldorf Park Concord, 9:30 a.m.
Foundation Studies, 5 p.m.
Friday, April 5
Waldorf Park, 1 p.m.
5th Grade returns from Farm
Saturday, April 6
PCA Frog Walk
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If you would like to submit an item to the Bulletin, please email Megan Curtis by Wednesday for it to appear in that week's edition. Submissions should be limited to 200 words in length.  Thank you!
Riddle Game
Financial Aid Letters    
Due to a delay caused by the storm last Tuesday, the Business Office will be sending Financial Aid letters on Tuesday, March 26.
School News & Events    
WSL at Harvard School of Education
robert at harvardIn February, School Director Robert Schiappacasse and kindergarten teachers Wendy Margo and Leah Palumbo were invited to give a presentation on Waldorf education’s developmentally-based curriculum to a class of over 50 students and guests at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. This was their second visit to Harvard, having been invited for the first time in February 2012. Dr. Gigi Luk teaches Cognitive Neuroscience and Education, a course that overviews brain development and calls on the students to incorporate the latest neuroscience findings into the design of educational programs and curriculum. Dr. Luk invites educators from three different education movements over the semester—Waldorf, Montessori, and Reggio Emilia—to describe their developmental approach, with an emphasis on early childhood.

Robert presented an overview of the origin and global expansion of Waldorf education and described Rudolf Steiner’s insight into the stages of child development. Leah outlined the early childhood program at WSL, and Wendy presented a fairy tale puppet play after inviting the graduate students to come and view the fairy tale, like children, on the floor. A lively Q& A session followed on a range of topics. After the session, Harvard students and Dr. Luk expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to experience a developmentally based educational method that promotes imagination and literacy in the young child.
Submit an Item for the Gala!
may day galaThe deadline for submitting items for the online auction is only a week away on Monday, April 1, and the Team would love to have more items: the more items, the more fun, and the more fundraising. The Gala Team is excited by our community members’ contributions to-date and looks forward to presenting these items in an online format that will allow our whole community to have the opportunity to participate in this FUNdraiser. If you’re looking for ideas of what you could donate, go to the catalog to see what others have offered. To donate an item click here, or pick up a paper form in the Main Office. If you have any questions, email Kristin or Misty.
Student-Faculty Basketball Games
This past Saturday evening,  faculty, staff, parents, and students enjoyed a rousing evening of basketball in the gym at the Waldorf High School of Massacusetts Bay. This annual closing tradition for the basketball season pitted both the girls' and boys' teams in two exciting games against a group of faculty, staff, and parents. Click here to see some great photos of the athletes in action.
Waldorf Boutique: Round Four!
The PCA sale of gently used children's clothing and Waldorf toys at the Holiday Fair—made possible by generous donations of goods and the efforts of many volunteers—has grown tremendously in its first three years, netting roughly $6400 last year. Funds raised are divided between school operations and the PCA-organized Parent Education Series. As the arrival of spring makes you consider those items which have been outgrown, we welcome your donations. Collection boxes will be placed Monday, April 1, across from the Café and in the lobby of the Nursery building. Contact Taryn Pinstein, 617-504-5880, for large donations or if you have trouble making it in to a drop box.
From the Kitchen    
Hot Lunch: Week of March 25, 2013
For the full hot lunch menu, please visit the Lunch Program page.
Parmesan rotini w/ garlic broccoli
Potato carrot soup
Homemade bread
Cheese/HB egg
Turkey shepherdʼs pie
Granola cookie
Cheesy nachos
Veg stix
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