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How to Speak to Young Children About Race

Posted Posted in Administrator's Blog, Community, Kindergarten, Latest News, Lower School, Parent-Child

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 …

Diversity & Inclusion: Overused and Undervalued

Posted Posted in Administrator's Blog, Alumni Journeys, Alumni News, Latest News, Waldorf Education

By Tabor Martinsen, SWS Alum (2011) and Recruiter and Diversity Program Specialist for Facebook As a Waldorf Alum, I was greatly influenced by Waldorf’s diverse curriculum. After transferring from a public school in fourth grade, I remember being completely enthralled by Waldorf’s inclusive curricular approach to learning about the genesis …