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  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Primitive Skills Week Starting Monday

    Housatonic Valley Waldorf School’s summer camp  programs continue on Monday with a week-long Primitive Skills camp, which runs July 27 to August 14.

    The school’s summer camp programs run weekly. Registration is open through Monday morning, at the start of each week’s session, as long as Camp Administrator Carrie Reilly is contacted over the weekend—via text to 203-650-5102—  to notify her of the expected last minute registrants.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Hosts St John’s Festival

    As part of its continuing celebration to commemorate its 25th anniversary year, Housatonic Valley Waldorf School hosted a St John’s Day Festival at its 1 Jacklin Road location on Saturday, June 13.

    The event gathered alumni, current families, and former and current school community members for picnic dinners and a potluck desert.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Graduation Ceremony Held

    Housatonic Valley Waldorf School, which celebrated its 25 anniversary this school year, held its annual commencement ceremony for graduating eighth graders on Saturday, June 6, under a tent on the grounds of its Newtown campus.

    The students were welcomed to the stage by the school’s pedagogical resource teacher Marleen De Grande, who introduced Leslie Lew, who has been the Class of 2015 lead teacher for the past seven years.

  • Tickets Available For Waldorf School Silver Anniversary Spring Benefit; Silent Auction Already Open

    Currently celebrating its 25th year, the Housatonic Valley Waldorf School of Newtown is set to host its Silver Anniversary Spring Benefit on May 16, at the Parish Hall of St Francis of Assisi in Weston.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Students ‘Dance Away’ Winter

    As parents and guests stood forming a large circle outside at Housatonic Valley Waldorf School, students performed traditional Maypole and Morris & Sword dances on Friday, May 1.

    The May Fair event is an annual one at the school, and it involves students, faculty, and staff all taking part by either dancing around the Maypole, playing songs on recorders, and/or performaning Morris & Sword dances.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Eighth Graders Complete Graduation Projects

    Each year, eighth grade students at Housatonic Valley Waldorf School are asked to choose a yearlong project to study. This year’s class, under the guidance of teacher Leslie Lew, has now completed its culminating presentations.

    Students in the class chose to study a range of topics this year. Each student worked with one or two mentors to complete their projects.

  • Waldorf School Fall Fair, Saturday

    Currently celebrating its 25th year, The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School will host its annual Fall Fair on Saturday, October 25, from 10 am until 3 pm.

    The event will run rain or shine on HVWS’s South Campus at 1 Jacklin Road.

    The HVWS Puppetry Committee will present Moonflower at 10:30 am and 11:30 am. Moonflower is a Native American tale about a journey of a courageous girl named Moonflower who loves dearly three things: the moon, her friend Bear, and the rose.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Hosts Annual Michaelmas Celebration

    Continuing its celebration of its 25th year, Housatonic Valley Waldorf School unveiled a new painting, created by a teacher at the school, during its annual Michaelmas festival on Wednesday, September 24.

    Emily Remensperger was commissioned to create the painting for the school by a 25th anniversary committee. According to the school’s website, “This gorgeous watercolor depicts four of our most beloved festivals: Michaelmas, Martinmas, Advent, and May Fair.”

  • Rose Ceremony Marks 25th Year At Waldorf School

    A traditional Rose Ceremony marked the start of the 25th academic year at Housatonic Valley Waldorf School on Wednesday, September 3.

    During the ceremony eighth grade students act as mentors for first grade students and present the first graders with a rose for the first day of school.

    Newtown First Selectman Pat Llodra spoke during this year’s ceremony and delivered a proclamation from the town for the school.

  • Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Feast Celebrates A Full Summer

    Parents and family members of Housatonic Valley Waldorf School summer camp students were welcomed by a row of students looking over a fence door on the school’s campus on Friday, August 15.

    Behind the row of students at the entrance, Camp Director Carrie Reilly was busy overseeing a spread of harvest feast offerings, from a sampling of fruit smoothies to vegetable soup, from pizza to salad, for parents, family members, and campers lined up to eat and celebrate.