Revisiting Screen Time

by Jen Rosenstein, Pedagogical Director Dear Families, The return to in-person learning has been a welcome respite from the daily use of screens for the teachers as well as for the children in a multitude of ways. Being together has helped us shift back to using our bodies and all our senses in the learning […]

The Pentathlon 2021

Each spring, in Waldorf Schools throughout the world, fifth-graders gather on vast fields in city-states to compete with grace, strength, and beauty as a culmination of their studies of Ancient Greece. Rudolf Steiner described the 10-11-year-old child as being at the pinnacle of balance in their physical and emotional beings. Fifth grade marks the last developmental […]

We Can Do Better, You Can Help

Dear Current and Former Tucson Waldorf School Family Members, This email is to inform you that the Tucson Waldorf School Family – School Climate and Inclusion survey will close on May 7th. The link is provided below. Your input is vitally important. Thus, we sincerely hope that you will choose to participate.  It should take you no more […]

Grades 7 & 8 Reach New Heights at High Ropes

Thanks to the dedication and determination of Movement Teacher Ms. Johnson, school mitigation efforts, and increased vaccinations among the adult population at Tucson Waldorf School, Grade 7 students did not miss out on the traditional trip to High Ropes obstacle course, where they challenged themselves – and met those challenges! – to reach new heights. […]

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.  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 […]