Spring Silent Auction Fundraiser

ROARING 20s SPEAKEASY

Saturday | March 21 @ 6:00 – 10:00 pm
The Grove at South Creek
95 Foothill Rd | Reno, NV 89511

Hey guys and dolls, brush up on your jazzy Charleston moves and spend a few clams on this hotsy-totsy evening.

Come enjoy a Roaring 20s Speakeasy-themed evening with music by DJ LJ, dancing, food, drinks, and fantastic auction items to bid on…don’t forget to dress up in your vintage sequin flapper dress or pin-striped suit and get your mug shot taken at the photo booth, sponsored by Epics Photo Booth.

Big time auction items include student artwork, Disney tickets, and a VRBO vacation home near Yosemite.

This is an adult-only evening. All proceeds benefit Nevada Sage Waldorf School.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW
$85 single / $150 couples (Each ticket includes 2 drink tickets and appetizers.)


TICKETS



Win a Themed Raffle Basket

Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. 

Buy your raffle tickets from any parent from the school or at the school office, now until March 18, or at the silent auction event on March 21.

Good For Your Soul (Value $269)
Gift Card Frenzy (Value $225)
Disneyland Adventure (Value $600)

VIEW BASKETS HERE


We kindly thank our sponsors and donors for their generous support.

For more information contact fundraising@nevadasagewaldorf.org.

Barnes & Noble Bookfair | Fundraiser

Hosted by NSWS 7th/8th grade students

Invite your friends and family to stop by our school’s bookfair booth this holiday season at Barnes & Noble. Come enjoy musical performances and holiday treats. When you buy a book using this BN BOOK VOUCHER a percentage of the sales will go to the 7th/8th grade class trip fundraiser. Please share this BN BOOK VOUCHER with your family and friends to be used on December 13th during store hours from 9am – 10pm.

Advent Spiral | Early Childhood + 1st Grade

Families in our Pre-K & Kindergarten programs and Grades 1-8 program are invited to join us in celebrating the festival of Advent by attending our Spiral. Walking the spiral is symbolic of our journey as humans during the Solstice Season, the darkest time of the year. We walk in outer darkness and journey inward to discover the light that lives in our deepest parts.  We then carry that light back out into the world, each seemingly small light-collecting into a mighty glow.

SEATING SCHEDULE | Early Childhood + 1st Grade

Saturday | December 7

  • 4:00 p.m. seating | Aspen and Willow Classes
  • 6:00 p.m. seating | Cottonwood and 1st Grade

SEATING SCHEDULE | Grades 2-8

Sunday | December 8
  • 5:00 p.m. seating | Grades 2- 8
PLEASE NOTE: If you have more than one child, please attend the spiral for the youngest child, unless you want to attend two seatings.  Grades please RSVP with your teacher.

Thai Curry Sauce & Bake Sale Fundraiser

Treat your family with something savory and sweet for dinner tonight!

Purchase your choice of yellow, red, or green frozen Thai curry sauce prepared by Chef Birdie Harthono plus delicious homemade baked goods and help Dr. Barber’s 7th/8th grade class raise money to help fund their 9-day backpacking expedition to the Lost Coast in Northern California this May with Kroka Expeditions.  The class is striving to raise about $15,000 to cover the costs for this challenging and enriching journey into the wilderness.

Cash or checks only.

FROZEN CURRY SAUCE – 16 OZ. – $6 EACH
All are made with coconut milk (dairy-free and gluten-free)
Yellow Curry (vegan)
Red and Green Curry (contain fish sauce)

THAI DINNER RECIPE

  • Steam your favorite vegetables and meat on the side.
  • Bring curry sauce to boil.
  • Then add cooked meat and /or vegetables into the sauce bring to boil and serve.
  • Add 1 cup of water if you like a less spicy version.
  • Serve over rice.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT…ENJOY!

Martinmas Festival | Lantern Walk

Participating Classes
Acorn, Willow, Aspen, Cottonwood and Grades 1-4

Location:
River School Farm
7777 White Fir St. Reno, NV 89523

One of the most endearing traditions of Waldorf schools around the world is the celebration of Martinmas with an evening Lantern Walk. This year we will gather at a magical permaculture farm nestled within a curve of the Truckee River. We will first be treated to a pageant of the story of St. Martin performed by our lower grades students. There will be some time for warm drinks and socializing before we begin our Lantern Walk. The walk will begin with a story as we create a mood that is joyful, yet reverent. As we walk our lanterns will cast golden light upon darkened paths- guiding our individual way, but also lighting the path for others, and creating a visible trail of our journey.

To prepare for this experience, we will make handmade lanterns in class and we will sing our lantern songs. Parents are asked to walk with their children and to preserve the mood of the evening, by joining in the singing and encouraging the children to be reverent and calm. We hope to give ourselves and the community the gift of this experience. As we come to the end of the Lantern Walk, families are asked to quietly depart maintaining the mood of the evening.

Martinmas & Lantern Walk Songbook

7th/8th Grade Fundraiser | Thai Curry Sauce & Bake Sale

7th/8th Grade Class Trip Fundraiser

Treat your family with something yummy for dinner and dessert!

Purchase your choice of red, or green frozen Thai curry sauce prepared by The Basil restaurant plus delicious homemade baked goods and help Dr. Barber’s 7th/8th grade students raise money for their class trip. Cash or checks only.

FROZEN CURRY SAUCE – 16 OZ. – $6 EACH
All are made with coconut milk (dairy free and gluten free)
Red and Green Curry (contain fish sauce)

THAI DINNER RECIPE

  • Steam your favorite vegetables and meat on the side.
  • Bring curry sauce to boil.
  • Then add cooked meat and /or vegetables into the sauce bring to boil and serve.
  • Add 1 cup of water if you like a less spicy version.
  • Serve over rice.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT…ENJOY!

Thai Curry Sauce & Bake Sale Fundraiser

7th/8th Grade Class Trip Fundraiser

Treat your family with something yummy for dinner and dessert!

Purchase your choice of yellow, red, or green frozen Thai curry sauce prepared by The Basil restaurant plus delicious homemade baked goods and help Dr. Barber’s 7th/8th grade students raise money for their class trip. Cash or checks only.

FROZEN CURRY SAUCE – 16 OZ. – $6 EACH
All are made with coconut milk (dairy free and gluten free)
Yellow Curry (vegan)
Red and Green Curry (contain fish sauce)

THAI DINNER RECIPE

  • Steam your favorite vegetables and meat on the side.
  • Bring curry sauce to boil.
  • Then add cooked meat and /or vegetables into the sauce bring to boil and serve.
  • Add 1 cup of water if you like a less spicy version.
  • Serve over rice.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT…ENJOY!

Annual Giving Campaign | 2019-20

Our Annual Giving Campaign is underway and we are hoping for 100% participation from our supportive family, friends, faculty and board.

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF $30,000 | PLEASE PLEDGE BY NOVEMBER 8, 2019

Funds raised will support our school in various ways such as; outreach • facility repairs • subject classes • teacher training.

ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN LETTER

DONATION PLEDGE CARD

Donate

DONATE BY CHECK
Please make checks payable to Nevada Sage Waldorf School with the following memo: Annual Giving Campaign. Drop off all checks at the front office or mail them to: 565 Reactor Way, Reno, NV 89502.

For those of you that have already contributed, we greatly value your support and participation.

As you know, obtaining our goal is of the utmost importance in providing our children with the education and community they need to flourish.​

WE STRIVE FOR 100% PARTICIPATION FROM OUR ENTIRE SCHOOL COMMUNITY.

It’s not a matter of how much you donate, it’s your participation that is key to defining the health of our community and the strength of our commitment to growing our school together and giving the gift of a Waldorf education.

If you have any questions, please contact;

Sacha Picerno
Annual Giving Campaign Chair

Annual General Meeting

The AGM is open to all parents of current students, friends of the school and any other stakeholders interested in the well-being of NSWS.

THE PURPOSE OF THIS MEETING IS TO INFORM YOU OF;

Who We Are | Meet the Board of Trustees, Faculty and Administrative Staff

How We Are Doing | Well-Being of the School    Review the Financial Statements

Board and Committee Reports  | Reports from the Board and its Committees

What We Are Doing | Fundraisers, Annual Giving Campaign

Where We Are Going | AWSNA Accreditation, Marketing, Faculty Development, Compensation Review, School Site, Board Development, Administration Development

We request that at least one parent attend the meeting.

Light refreshments will be served.