Tax credits are welcomed to fund scholarships for Tucson Waldorf School students. If you would like to direct your tax credit to Tucson Waldorf School students, please click here. TWS […]
Author: Rebecca Briamonte
A Walk with Waldorf | Annual Fund Kick-off Saturday, December 4
The Tucson Waldorf School Board of Trustees Invites you to come gather at Brandi Fenton Park on Saturday, December 4th from 9am to 12pm for a 5k walk to benefit […]
Tax Credits Now Being Accepted for General Scholarship Fund
Did you know you can provide a scholarship to a child attending Tucson Waldorf School at no cost to you?! Your contribution counts as taxes paid through the AZ Private […]
Tucson Waldorf School Alumni Profile: Anastasia Wrenn, Class of 2011
[This profile is an excerpt of our Alumni Newsletter. You may pick up a full copy in the office.] Name: Anastasia Wrenn Age: 20 Attended TWS: 2003 to 2011 Grades: […]
Guest Blog Post | TWS Parent, Shefali Desai: Why Sanctuary Cities Should Be Called Safe and Lawful Cities
Many thanks to TWS parent, Shefali Desai for sharing her clear and thoughtful article. Shefali Desai: Why Sanctuary Cities Should Be Called Safe and Lawful Cities
How important is happiness in the classroom?
Many thanks to our Waldorf colleagues at the Essentials in Education Blog for this post, which illuminates one of the great challenges in how we evaluate the success of our […]
“Project Wild Thing” Reflections from a Class Teacher: How time outdoors supports healthy development
This award-winning documentary of one father’s desperate search for a way to help a generation of children reconnect with nature takes many twists and turns. The film opens with a […]
Tucson Waldorf School parent, Dante Lauretta, heads OSIRIS-REx team.
Wishing TWS parent, Dante Lauretta, and the entire OSIRIS-REx team a successful launch on Thursday at Cape Canaveral! Link to New York Times article
Waldorf 101 lecture series explores origins and aims of Waldorf education.
Waldorf 101 will be an informal exploration of the origins and aims of Waldorf Education, as well as an introduction to the philosophy and worldview that stands behind it. Among […]
“Project Wild Thing: Reconnecting Kids with Nature” | Treasuring Childhood Film & Lecture Series, 2016-2017
Join us on Wednesday, October 19th at 6:00 pm at the Tucson Waldorf School, 3605 East River Road for the screening and lively guided discussion with TWS faculty following film. […]