Grade Five Handwork

Students in Grade Five have been completing a small gnome project in preparation for their big sock project this year. In creating their socks, students will work on knitting, purling, ribbing, stockinette, following a written pattern, working on four needles in the round, picking up stitches, shaping, and creating curves. As Ms. Roggow says, “If you can knit a sock, you can knit just about anything!” If these gnomes are any indication, the socks are sure to be fabulous!

Nature Table: Ms. Luba’s kindergarten

Nature Table: Ms. Annie’s kindergarten

Nature Table: Ms. Smith’s kindergarten

Nature Table: Ms. Keeney’s kindergarten

8th grade fundraiser

The 8th grade has begun raising funds for their trip in the spring. Last week’s sale was a hit. Besides, how can you not support them with signage like this?

Community Enrichment Lecture

To celebrate our 25th Anniversary, The Waldorf School of Atlanta is pleased to welcome back Torin Finser for an evening of insightful lecture and lively discussion.

“Waldorf Education as a Social Initiative – a lecture for the greater Waldorf community interested in educational innovation and social change”

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Hazelwood Hall


Torin M. Finser, Ph.D., is Chair of the Education Department of Antioch University New England and founding member of the Center for Anthroposophy in Wilton, NH. He has been an educator for three decades and has been a keynote speaker at conferences in China, Korea, Nepal, South Africa, Norway, England, Switzerland, Canada, and throughout the United States. He has also served as an organizational consultant for a variety of schools. Leadership development and support is a theme that runs through many of his books. Dr. Finser serves as General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society in America. He is the author of Silence Is Complicity: A Call to Let Teachers Improve Our Schools through Action Research—Not NCLB (2007); Organizational Integrity: How to Apply the Wisdom of the Body to Develop Healthy Organizations (2007); In Search of Ethical Leadership: If Not Now, When? (2003); School Renewal: A Spiritual Journey for Change (2001); and School as a Journey: The Eight-Year Odyssey of a Waldorf Teacher and His Class (1994), which has been translated into Thai, Korean, and Chinese.

Grade Eight

Grade Eight chalkboard