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AWS Awareness - March 2014 AWS Awareness - March 2014

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Date added: 03/04/2014
Date modified: 03/04/2014
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How to Be a Child’s Frontal Lobe, or, Creating a Resilient Child by Opal South, AWS Marketing Director

 

Last weekend Alabama Waldorf School hosted author and educator Kim John Payne for a Friday night lecture and Saturday workshop. A few dozen people, mostly teachers and parents, attended the events, centered around the theme, “Raising a Socially Resilient Child: Breaking the Cycle of Reactivity, Exclusion and Bullying.” For me, the events served as both reminder and inspiration: a reminder for why I believe Waldorf is a key component in raising a healthy family, and inspiration for getting back on the bandwagon, turning away from the screens and back toward routine, rhythm, and play. And not just for the kids, but for the parents, as well...

 

 

Capital Campaign News

 

If you haven’t yet heard the good news, here it is: Alabama Waldorf School’s moving! Because our current location will be razed in 2017, AWS has been on the lookout for a new site the past several years. Earlier this year, on January 6th, we signed a contract for the property at 5901 Crestwood Boulevard - the former Crestwood Christian Church. 

 

 

 

AWS Awareness Apr/May 2014 AWS Awareness Apr/May 2014

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Date added: 05/14/2014
Date modified: 05/14/2014
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Common Core Curriculum: A Waldorf Response

 

...[In the 1990s and early 21st century,] the internet, 9/11, charter schools, Head Start programs, and the push to dominate the global market all figured prominently into the educational goals set forth by the government, "No Child Left Behind," being a culmination of all of these motivators. All the while, the basic development of the child was unchanged; all the while the focus on the child took a backseat to the focus on the nation.

 

 

Waldorf Graduates: Onward and Upward

 

Read about where AWS and other Waldorf alumni are now!

"8th Grade AWS students received wonderful news regarding their future high school plans: they were accepted to the programs they applied to, including Shades Valley High School's Visual Arts and Engineering programs, The Altamont School, and Jefferson County International Baccalaureate School."

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