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Register NOW for MWS Summer Day Camp

Summer is here and it’s time for summer day camp season! MWS summer camp is a great way for your child to spend a week or a month in a media free, nurturing and active environment. Space is limited.summerc

Join us @ Our Next Open House 2/8/14!

DSC_0210Madison Waldorf School Open House
Saturday, February 8, 10 AM – 12 PM
6510 Schroeder Road, Madison, WI, 53711

Madison Waldorf School invites you to discover the difference of a Waldorf education Saturday, February 8 at our open house. We will be offering tours of the school, and faculty and staff will be on hand to answer questions about our early childhood and grades programs.

The Waldorf educational philosophy is committed to nurturing the whole human. Our curriculum integrates arts and movement with an intellectually rigorous academic education to foster artistic expression, critical thinking, problem solving, athletic judgment, and sound intellectual reasoning. Waldorf graduates are creative and ethically aware young people intellectually prepared for the most demanding colleges, and eager to engage with the world around them. Waldorf pedagogy nurtures healthy emotional development by conveying knowledge experientially as well as academically.

Come and find out how Waldorf education inspires a lifelong love of learning!

Eurythmy for Adults Tomorrow!

eurythmyOur next Eurythmy for Adults workshop is tomorrow!

Professionally trained eurythmist Lynn Stull is leading several eurythmy workshops in for interested adults at the Madison Waldorf School, focusing specifically on the underlying question, “How do I open my heart to receiving strength from the spiritual world in today’s busy and stressful culture, both in personal and group endeavors?” The next workshop is Saturday, January 25, at 9 AM, and we hope you will join us.

Eurythmy shoes will be provided, as will other materials. No experience necessary, beginners welcome.

Cost: $15 per workshop, drop-ins welcome, however space is limited – please register in advance to reserve a spot by calling our office at (608) 270-9005.

Click here for more information on eurythmy, and the full schedule of 2013-14 Eurythmy for Adults Workshops at Madison Waldorf School.

January Waldorf Wed Tomorrow

kidsplayingSaving Our Children: A Mindful Approach to One Planet Thriving
Wednesday, January 22 at 7 PM
Join us tomorrow evening when psychologist Dr. Donal MacCoon will discuss how to maximize sustainable well-being and ensure mental and physical health amidst the unpredictable changes of a complex world. MacCoon describes some of psychological principles involved in this approach to well-being, and draws on solutions ranging from a scientific and cultural project called “Open Source Life Design,” to solutions being modeled by pioneering communities throughout the world to promote a greater understanding  of life design with the goal of thriving on one planet’s worth of resources.
See you tomorrow!

Open House Saturday, January 18th

Grades6Madison Waldorf School Open House
Saturday, January 18, 10 AM – 12 PM
6510 Schroeder Road, Madison, WI, 53711

Madison Waldorf School invites you to discover the difference of a Waldorf education this Saturday at our open house. We will be offering tours of the school, and faculty and staff will be on hand to answer questions about our early childhood and grades programs.

The Waldorf educational philosophy is committed to nurturing the whole human. Our curriculum integrates arts and movement with an intellectually rigorous academic education to foster artistic expression, critical thinking, problem solving, athletic judgment, and sound intellectual reasoning. Waldorf graduates are creative and ethically aware young people intellectually prepared for the most demanding colleges, and eager to engage with the world around them. Waldorf pedagogy nurtures healthy emotional development by conveying knowledge experientially as well as academically.

Come and find out how Waldorf education inspires a lifelong love of learning!