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.
March 16, April 20, May 18
After Morning Drop-Off
Come and start your day with friends while enjoying a cup of coffee and delicious bread from La Calavera Bakery. Coffee Wednesday is located outside the Education building.
Screen Free Week
The Waldorf School of Atlanta supports you as you celebrate Screen Free Week!
The WSA screening of the documentary SCREENAGERS, kicks off our celebration of Screen Free Week on Sunday, May 1. Visit our event page to see the trailer and to buy tickets.
May 2-8, 2016: Kindergarten activities will be held on Ms. Annie's Play yard unless otherwise noted. Grades activities will be held on the Upper Playground.
PLEASE NOTE: These are not drop-off events. Children who participate require adult supervision.
Monday: Parade & Sing-a-long Kindergarten, 1:15--2:15pm
Classic Games & Activities Grades 1-5, 3:15--4:15pm
Tuesday: Treasure Hunt & Sing-a-long Kindergarten, 1:15--2:15pm
Free Range in the Woods Grades 1-5, 3:15--4:15pm
Wednesday: Build Fairy Houses / Troll Huts
Grades 1-5, 3:15--4:15pm
Thursday: Play with a Box K--5th, 1:15--3:00pm
Grades 1-5, 3:15--4:15pm
Saturday: May Market 10:00am--2:00pm
Outside Admin building & Upper playground
Sunday: Mother's Day
May Market and Music Stage
Saturday, May 7, 2016
The Waldorf School of Atlanta will be hosting our May Market and Music Stage on May 7, 2016 from 10am to 2pm. This is an outdoor market, set up in the front of the school’s administration building at 827 Kirk Rd, Decatur, Ga. In addition to the artist/vendor market, we will host a stage for performing artists and musicians. We anticipate another festive and lively spring event- just in time to treat Moms to a special day outside! We have a section reserved for student artists of WSA and Academe of the Oaks, so plan to attend and support our Waldorf youth!
Please find the attached registration forms. Note that there are two separate forms: one for adults and one for students.
Crystal Bowl Meditation
September 29, December 15 and May 10 at 7:30 in Hazelwood Hall
Take a small break for yourself and join us for an evening of restoration and relaxation! Come make a cozy space for yourself in Hazelwood Hall and let go as Kathy Lytle plays her crystal bowls for an hour. You will leave a much different person -- more relaxed, open, and renewed.
Kathy Lytle is a healing arts practitioner who uses quartz crystal and Tibetan singing bowls to help release tension and energy blockages, allowing people to open once again to life, love, and laughter! Give yourself the gift of bliss! Please bring a pillow, yoga mat, or blanket to make yourself comfortable. You will be so glad that you did!
Encounter Anthroposophy and the Arts
Join Francisco Moreno for a hands-on class that is a great introduction to woodworking for teenagers (ages 13 and up) and adults. Learn about wood while vigorously engaging your will forces. Participants will create his/her own individual projects under the guidance of our skilled craftsman and teacher. Previous students are invited back to start on a new spoon, vessel, or similar project.
Tuition is $100 +$25 supply fee ($125 total per student) or take advantage of a family discount of $230 total for parent and teen enrolling together! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Saturdays, 10-12pm in the Woodworking Room at WSA
Kindergarten Watercolor and the Temperaments for Adults
Join Jolie Luba in an exploration of the Four Temperaments using watercolors- kindergarten style! Each two hour class will include instruction, plenty of time to paint, and conversation after clean-up. Class will meet in a kindergarten classroom on the WSA Decatur campus. Tuition is $120 + $20 supply fee ($140 total). Email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Six Saturdays, 10am to 12pm:
April 16, 23, 30, May 14, 21, 28
Spring Adult Eurythmy Sessions
Interested in Eurythmy? Join Laira Covert for a sampling- no experience necessary. Come to one class or all three; they are free of charge and a lot of fun! RSVP requested. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Monday, March 28: 11:30 am-12-30 am
Monday, May 16: 11:30 am-12:30 am
Wednesday, May 18: 1:15 pm-2:00pm
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.
The WSA Parent Initiative for Media-Lite Living supports parents through activities, articles and workshops. Follow them on our blog - WSA Parent Initiative for MLL