The Waldorf School of Atlanta hosts regular Community Enrichment activities and events to educate and energize our community of parents, faculty, children and community supporters. Please contact the school office (404 377-1315) for more information.
Thank you to all the staff, volunteers and parents who participated in our Community Events this year! Watch this page and the Garden Breeze newsletter for more events as the 2015-2016 year begins.
Tuesday Family Nights at the Decatur Library
215 Sycamore Street, Decatur, GA 30030
For all ages
Our own Joshua Gartland will perform on Tuesday, July 14 at 7pm as part of the Tuesday Family Nights series at the Decatur Library.
Mark your calendars now to join the fun evening of songs and stories with Mr. G!
Joshua was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and was raised in the suburbs of New York City. He began tap dancing at the age of six, competing occasionally at the national level. He began acting in high school and received a BFA in Theater Performance from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Joshua then moved to New York City where he worked on a number of productions with the Present Company Theatorium as well as a national children's tour with the Chamber Theater. He became a mime for a brief while and studied under Paul J. Curtis in the American Mime Theater. It was September 11th, 2001, however, that gave Joshua perspective. Soon after, he shifted focus and began working at OM Yoga where he eventually became the senior manager of one of the largest yoga facilities in the country. Joshua received a degree in Waldorf Education from Sunbridge College before eventually taking a first grade through four years at the Waldorf School of Garden City in Long Island, NY. Joshua now lives in Decatur with his wife, Sara, and his two daughters, both of whom are WSA students and his new son born in 2013. Joshua enjoys books, athletics, singing, dancing, and of course, performing.
Throughout the year, our Foundation Studies group will offer special opportunities to hear guest speakers. Read more about the group here
The mission of WSAPA is to involve, educate, inspire and support the families of WSA through community building activities and gatherings, parent education, open communication and outreach, faculty and staff support, and fund-raising endeavors.