Grade 8 Graduation Speeches

One of the most treasured elements of a Tucson Waldorf School graduation is the speeches the graduates give, remembering their experiences at the school alongside their classmates. Tonight’s graduation will not be open to the public, but the speeches may be shared here for our community to see as we celebrate this class of graduates. […]

Grade 8 Project Presentations

This year, the graduating class of 2020 was unable to deliver their presentations in person. Instead, they offer you the next best thing: video presentations. Please help us congratulate these scholars on their hard work! Drake Ambagis: Blacksmithing Video: Drake Research Paper: Drake Jaiden Gassen: Cooking Video: Jaiden Research Paper: Jaiden Ben Hurwitz: Magic Video: […]

Dear Class of 2020 …

Meet the Class of 2020 Dear Class of 2020, Someday you’ll look back at these pages and think about the people and events that shaped your school experience. But now it’s time for something new, and as your biggest fans, our community can’t wait to see what happens next! Surround yourselves with people who love […]

A Successful 2020 Alumni Gathering

The annual Tucson Waldorf School alumni reunion was held at the school on Sunday, January 4. Almost every TWS graduating class, going back to Sandra Cook’s 6th-grade Class of 2003, was represented by alumni, their families, and their teachers. Participants shared memories of Kate Donnelly, beloved former TWS early childhood teacher who died on December […]

The Twelve Responses of Yuletide

Dear Tucson Waldorf School Community, In keeping with the spirit of the season, and with our pledge to answer as many of the questions that were posed to us before and during last month’s Town Hall, Robyn Kool and I will be addressing one question per day beginning today, and proceeding until we dismiss for […]

Town Hall Recap

The Tucson Waldorf School Town Hall Meeting on November 23rd (the first held in many years) was presented by the Board of Directors and Parent Council. Moderated by Parent Council Board Representative Hilary Moses, a full house sat attentive to the panel of speakers, which opened with a verse used by the Board to close […]