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Mother Nature’s Child – Documentary Film

Wed March 25, 6:30-8pm, Tucson Waldorf School
Admission is free
Mother Nature’s Child explores nature’s powerful role in children’s health and development. Why do children need unstructured time outside? What is the place of risk-taking in healthy child development? How is play a form of learning? What are the effects of “nature deficit disorder”? The film marks a moment in time when a living generations can still recall childhoods of free play outdoors; this will not be true for most children growing up today. This one hour film will be followed by a guided discussion.



large_butterfly_orangeEmployment Opportunity: Grade 1 Teacher

The Tucson Waldorf School is looking for a first grade teacher to take our wonderful children on their journey through our grades program starting in the Fall of 2015. We are seeking a Waldorf Certified teacher or an experienced teacher currently enrolled in a Waldorf Certified training program. Full description >



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Betty Staley | Parenting the Young Adolescent in Challenging Times

Watch the video of Betty Staley’s talk at Tucson Waldorf School, filmed January 14 as part of our Treasuring Childhood Film and Lecture Series. We had a full house of over 100 people to hear Betty’s Lecture on Parenting the Adolescent in Challenging Times, with discussion on ways in which parents and teachers can meet their youngsters to help them navigate this period in a healthy and constructive way. We are happy to share her wisdom and knowledge of development with you.



Preparing for Life - a video by our friends at The Waldorf School of the Peninsula.


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This February, show us your love by giving to the Annual Fund.  Tuition and fees only cover about 70% of the full cost of a Waldorf education. As an independent school, we design our own programs and curriculum, operate without federal or state support, and are self-governed. Tucson Waldorf School relies on philanthropy to fulfill our mission and cover the 30% gap in operating expenses. All gifts to Tucson Waldorf School are tax-deductible. Please give today!



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Urban, biodynamic farm at Tucson Waldorf School

Tucson Waldorf School students work in the biodynamic farm - River Road Gardens

CSA shares available Visit River Road Gardens to enroll.