Friday, May 23, 2014

Time to Garden!

Our students here at Lakota Waldorf School have started their garden! We feel it is important for our students to learn with head, hand, and heart. The connection with nature will provide healthier living for our students. We here at Lakota Waldorf School eat organic, and our garden plays a big part in our year. The students have planted various fruits and vegetables a couple of months ago in preparation for this warmer time of year. It is a really good feeling to watch the children enjoy digging in the dirt and planting with smiles on their faces. We thank you for your continued support as the end of the school year comes to a close.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

A lot has been happening here at Lakota Waldorf!

The children are excited to see their plants start to grow. With warmer weather around the corner we are starting to plan for our garden. It is a great time here at Lakota Waldorf School to witness the children get excited to see their plants grow larger with each passing week. Soon we will have the garden tilled and fertilized for their labors to really grow. We apologize for not posting lately, but with the school year coming to a close we have had a full plate to digest. Thank you for visiting, and we hope you continue to help make our dream a reality.

We were really excited for the children to have chickens to raise here at Lakota Waldorf School. All together we have nine chicks that will be a part of our school. 

We appreciate our friend Kira, a Waldorf Teacher from Stuttgart Waldorf School in Germany, come and work with our teachers for two weeks. She donated her time to help our teachers polish their skills while visiting our region. We will miss her help and presence at the school.

We were glad to have our Ojibwe friends from Duluth, MN come and visit our school. Julie, Anthony, and Reyna were here to stop by and get a better understanding of what our dream is here at Lakota Waldorf School. Their new friendship will carry on for years to come. We hope to help them achieve their dream of a possible Ojibwe Waldorf School.

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Thank You!

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Easter Festival

Today we had our Easter Festival here at Lakota Waldorf School! The children have made their baskets all week in preparation for this day. The day's activities included: Easter Egg Hunt, an Easter Story, the children all received the baskets they made during the week, and we followed with a nice meal for all. We hope everyone has a nice Easter weekend!

The children searched high and low... 

"I found you!"

"Look what I made!"

This cake looks delicious!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Our website is back up again!

We just want everyone to know that our website is back up! We are working on updating all the information to keep everything current. Thank you for your patience, and we apologize for any inconvenience.

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Lakota Waldorf School

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Website down for maintenance

Sorry to inform all our  friends, but our website is currently down for maintenance. We shall inform everyone when the maintenance is finished. Thank you all for your patience in this matter!

Friday, March 28, 2014

Teacher Training was held this week

Throughout the year our teachers go through Waldorf Training with either instructors or mentors from other Waldorf Schools. We were pleased to have Lin Welsh here this week to mentor our teachers and staff. We wish her a safe journey home, and hope to see her soon! Thank you for making the trip!

We started our garden!

During the first days of spring we decided to start planning our garden. With help from Rose Fraser (Oyate Teca Project - Kyle, SD), we were able to start some of the plants early with her tips. We hope to have a large garden this year, so we will be starting soon. The children will help along the way, and we can tell they are excited to experience something new for most of them. Warm weather help us grow!...

"With Head, Hand, and Heart"

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