Alumni Highlights, December 2, 2020

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Our third “Alumni Highlights” webinar featured two graduates who work in the fields of “UX” or User Experience and Information Sciences. The conversation with Ren Pope ’83 and Stefan Klocek ’93 provided a fascinating look into these careers. They also spoke of the impact and opportunity of their Waldorf education …

Alumni Highlights, November 4, 2020

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Our second “Alumni Highlights” webinar on November 4, 2020 featured Mosie Boyd, a Class of 1987 graduate who has devoted her life to politics, activism and getting women elected. Faculty emeritus Betty Staley facilitated our conversation with Mosie. It was a fascinating discussion to have in the midst of our national election.  Watch …

#BlackLivesMatter march Photo by alexis-fauvet on Unsplash

How to Speak to Young Children About Race

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For some families, talking about race is a regular part of life. For others, it is a subject that can be difficult to discuss. For everyone, it’s an incredibly important conversation and should not be avoided. Children are learning and hearing about race, regardless of whether parents are talking to …

Heidi Boucher, married to a Sacramento Waldorf School Alum '81, Alum Parent

Heidi Boucher, Sacramento Waldorf School Graduate of ’82

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On this day we honor Heidi Boucher, Sacramento Waldorf School graduate, alumni parent of three and grandmother of three. Her Waldorf education began in England at Michael Hall when she was eight years old. As the eldest child of five, Heidi’s youth was filled with creativity, imagination and caring for …