The Sacramento Waldorf School recognizes that parenting is a journey. Understanding child development and discussing current issues is a way that we support parents who are within our School, as well as from the greater Sacramento area. Parenting education is offered through class meetings, special workshops, Speaker Series events, Waldorf Talks, study groups, Open Houses, and more. Adult education is enhanced by our monthly Waldorf Talks series and an evening Speaker Series event, in which noted experts and faculty members present important information and new findings on topics relevant to parents. Recent Speaker Series and Waldorf Talks topics have included what happens to Waldorf students when they graduate, discussing sexuality with your children, Waldorf questions and myths, and healthy movement for children.
Would you like to take a deep dive into Waldorf education or learn more about our teaching methods and underlying philosophies? Are you interested in the future of Waldorf education?
Waldorf Insights will be hosted by Kat McFee and Dean Smith on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month*, 8:30-9:30 a.m., in the library. Guest speakers will be invited to provide insights into their area of expertise.
Katie Moran's Moving Through the Middle Years: A Movement Teacher's Workshop was held at the Sacramento Waldorf School. Spacial Dynamics, Bothmer Gymnastics, Games, Sports, Circus, Acrobatics, Track and Field, Posture, Team-building, and Ability-Based Activities were discussed during this course.
The Sacramento Waldorf School hosted Kim John Payne who spoke on the topic of "How to Have Devices Not Be Divisive for Your Family."
At this event, we showed LIKE, an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to inspire us to self-regulate.