Looking Forward: Early Childhoood Program

By Andrea Fiser, Pedagogical Support It has been exactly one year since our school had its first shutdown, due to COVID.Ā  So much thought and consideration went into planning to return safely this past August, and here we stand a year later, on the brink of another school year. We are in person with children […]

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DearĀ #GivingTuesdayĀ andĀ Annual FundĀ Donors, You did it. You came together and donated, and Tucson Waldorf School faculty and staff were able to receive generous bonuses, after an unprecedented and grueling ten months! From the bottom of each of our hearts, we thank you. Here is just a sample of the gratitude pouring in from our teachers and […]

Giving Tuesday: Ways to Give

“I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver” – Maya Angelou   Ā    At a time when we are all experiencing the pandemic, generosity is what brings people of all races, faiths, and political views together across the globe. Generosity gives everyone the power to make a […]

Faculty Feature: Elizabeth Falcon, Grade 2 Teacher

The pandemic has brought with it many challenges for teachers, schools, and families, challenges which were enhanced by the in-person nature of Waldorf education. Last week, Bayla Sussman discussed with us her experience of taking Waldorf education to the virtual realm. But now that classes are slowly returning to campus in our phased hybrid model, […]

Faculty Feature: Bayla Sussman, Grade 1 Teacher

“Waldorf education . . . online? What?! How?!” Like Waldorf teachers around the globe who have struggled to bring this unique education to students via largely virtual paths, teachers at Tucson Waldorf school have also been presented this unprecedented challenge. Yet, they have risen to the challenge and have produced some very successful and effective […]