Middle School Play! All School Meeting! Farm to Table Dinner! Make Up Days. OWS Spring Concert!
All School Meeting - Wednesday, May 18th at 6:30pm via Zoom Middle School Play - Community performance! Thursday, May 19th, 6:30pm Farm to Table Dinner in the Kinderwoods - May 21st, 5:00pm EC Parent Meeting - Thursday, May 26th, 6:30pm via Zoom NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th Pride Parade - 9:00am, June 1st EC Fly Away Ceremony/Last Day of School - Friday, June 3rd OWS Spring Concert - Wednesday, June 8th, 5:00pm, Rose Gardens at Squaxin Park (formerly Priest Point Park) Grades/Middle School Last Day of School - Saturday, June 9th 8th Grade Graduation - Saturday, June 11th
Calendar of the Soul
Week Six There has arisen from its narrow limits
My self and finds itself
As revelation of all worlds
Within the sway of time and space;
The world, as archetype divine,
Displays to me at every turn
The truth of my own likeness.
What could be a better way to end the year than with a wonderful meal in the Kinderwoods!
The event includes:
Multi course seated meal made by Farmer Lenny with vegetables from Sundance Farm and Kingfisher Organic Farm, and oysters from Olympic Oyster Co! (Vegetarian main course available)
A knife forging demo by Mareko Maumasi of Maumasi Fire Arts. Thebench knife made by Mareko will be raffled off that evening. Each dinner ticket includes a raffle entry. Can't make the dinner? Purchase a raffle ticket!(need not be present to win)
Two drinks per person provided by Well80 and Triceratops breweries
Childcare options available!
10% of proceeds go to 8th grade class trip and the remaining fundraising efforts support the Olympia Waldorf School!
Last week our 5th graders gathered with other Waldorf schools for the annual Pentathlon, a crowning salute to the fifth grade curriculum. At the brink of of the pinnacle of their childhood years, the students stretch to achieve great things with such innocence, hope, inspiration and beauty. Thank you to the Seattle Waldorf School for hosting the event. Our photos show our students practicing on a sunny day. The actual event was much much wetter!
Our fourth graders recently presented a play featuring Norse mythology. Their connection to these stories at this age is a reflection to the student's need to find super human abilities to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges in life. Loki's mischievousness is a central theme in fourth grade as the children struggle with making choices that test their moral compass. Self-centeredness and altruism are both actively present in the fourth grader and the story of Loki helps reflect and bring awareness to the consequences of our actions.
Honor your family's time at Olympia Waldorf School with the purchase of a personalized legacy brick. The bricks will be used on campus to add to our school beautification and history.
Choose your custom inscription. Honor a student, a teacher, a staff member! Share your favorite quote!
Children nearing or entering middle school need to be ready for more and more adult-like information about sex. Tweens and middle schoolers think, learn and talk about everything related to sexuality. It’s safer for your child to be super-well informed as they encounter all kinds of information about the birds & the bees.
Join PNW Parent Education as they partner with Amy Lang, MA of Birds, Bees, & Kids to bring you Tweens And Sexuality: What Parents/Caregivers Really Need To Know.
Parents/Caregivers will learn:
- What Kids need to know by the time they start middle school
- You’ll learn the #1 unavoidable fact about teen sexuality
- What typical tweens/middle schoolers are up to in the sexual activity department
- The key to getting them to listen to you when you talk about this part of life!
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Our Local Yarn Shop (OLYS) is a warm and inviting retail shop where knitters, crocheters and others who enjoy handwork can find supplies, community and support. Give Back is a simple way for you to help support the Olympia Waldorf School, at no additional cost to you.
Experience feel-good shopping and when you make a purchase at OLYS you not only support a local small business but we'll donate 1% of your purchase price from eligible purchases to OWS. No added cost to you, offer excludes books and classes. When you come into the shop, or shop via phone, fill out our handy form and we take care of the rest. Let's see what we can do together!
1912 State Ave NE
Olympia, WA 98506