Our Community

Our school thrives because we have an involved and active community. The relationships between parents, children, and teachers are central to the success of our school. When we have active parents willing to volunteer, it means we have a healthy school. These parent contributions have a direct effect on the classroom by nurturing and supporting our teachers and creating a strong foundation for each classroom. 

Parent participation is also key to keeping tuition affordable. Our parent volunteers are our gardeners, plumbers, painters and carpenters. They help with finance and marketing, administrative tasks and fundraising. These tasks are handled with loving support by our families. By seeing parents involved and giving their time, it instills in our children a sense of responsibility and ownership for their school.

Each family, as part of its annual tuition and commitment to the school, is asked to contribute 20 volunteer hours of service to the school. There are plenty of ways to get involved.

SUBMIT VOLUNTEER HOURS

Ways You Can Get Involved

  • Attend class meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and festivals.
  • Attend parent education lectures and workshops about Waldorf education and child development.
  • Join the board of trustees or another committee:

Biodynamic Gardeners Guild | Contact: Soma Miller

Our gardening committee helps plan and care for our gardens and helps with the gardening classes in the grade school

Finance Committee | Contact: Barry Roe

The Finance Committee meets twice a month to discuss the school’s budget and develop policies.

Site Planning & Development Committee | Contact: Ian Anderson

The Site Planning & Development Committee meets the first Tuesday a month to discuss our developing “Acorns to Oaks” campaign for growth and plan for our future new school site.

Organize and Support Fundraising & Festivals

Festival Committee | Contact: Sara Kuhns

Spring Silent Auction Committee | Contact: Patricia Gomez

Have a special passion you’d like to share with our community? Contact Sara Kuhns to see how you can get involved.