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The Power Of Social And Emotional Learning: Why SEL Is More Important Than Ever

Posted Posted in Administrator's Blog, High School, Lower School, Waldorf Education

It’s become increasingly critical that we embrace and embed social and emotional learning (SEL) in both in-school and out-of-school environments.

What does SEL focus on? The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) has established five core competencies

Building Confidence: To Change the World, Teens Must Know the Good in Themselves

Posted Posted in Administrator's Blog, Alumni News, High School, Student Work

By Nicole Bradshaw and Izabela Deleon This article was published on 06.06.19 in the Sacramento News and Review Nicole Bradshaw, left, lives in Gold River and plans to attend Arizona State University. Izabela Deleon lives in El Dorado Hills and plans to attend St. Louis University. Both graduate on June …

A Look at Standout Grads in Sacramento Area – The Sacramento Bee

Posted Posted in Administrator's Blog, High School, Waldorf Education

Marley Dooling was sitting through Sacramento Waldorf School assembly just weeks ago, and little did she know Duke University officials were there to surprise her with an alumni endowed $315,000 scholarship. When Dooling applied for Duke, she said she never thought she would receive such a generous package. “My grandfather …

Teen Angler Advocates for Wild Fish and Mindful Fishing – Valley Community Newspapers

Posted Posted in Administrator's Blog, High School, Student Work

When Sam Christman, a high school student at Sacramento Waldorf School, saw the trailer for the documentary “Artifishal”, it really hit home. The film documents threats facing our waters and wild fish, so the avid catch-and-release fisherman excitedly showed it to a friend, but his friend didn’t understand why it …