The Bulletin

Community News: Notes From the Community

Friday, February 2013

Welcome to New and Returning Families!

Throughout the year, we have been delighted to have many new families join our school. Their presence deepens the dynamic social fabric of our community, and we are thrilled to call them part of the Chicago Waldorf School.

Welcome to Christopher Richards, grade 9; Unni Amos, grade 7; Tyson Smith, grade 1; Samuel Atkins, EC1; and Carver Forsman, EC1.  Welcome back to Ukiah Mooses, grade 6.

A special welcome to our guest students who join us from around the world. Matio Patino, grade 12; Ana Mejia, grade 11; and Natascha Ulrich, grade 10.

Sophomore Auset Muhammad Takes the Gold

High School sophomore, Auset Muhammad recently won first place at the 2012/13 Great Lakes High School Fencing Conference (GLHSFC). Nearly 300 high school fencers participated in three weapons – Foil, Epee, and Saber.

The Women's Foil category hosted 44 competitors, 10 of which Auset defeated to win the 1st Place Gold Medal.  Auset entered the competition as the #3 seed.  She finished out the day as the top ranked seed (#1) and Gold medalist with a total point accumulation of 100.  Her opponents only managed to score a total of 32 points against her for the day.

See more about the GLHSFC here.

Annual Fund Continues to Grow

Our 2012-2013  is nearly at $110,000! This year has shown an incredible generosity and support from our community as we look forward towards our strategic goals and commitment to providing an exceptional education.

If you have not already given, consider making monthly payments towards a pledge to help support the growth and sustainability of our community.

For more information on the Annual Fund and ways to give, contact Alexa Markoff  via email  or 773.828.8458.

Now you can join the circus without running away from home!
Join the CWS Circus Club!

Spring time is slowly approaching which can only mean one thing, Circus Club is almost here!

Our Circus Club offers excitement, fun, physical coordination & balance training while learning diverse performance and acrobatic skills. Students learn clown techniques, aerial performing, juggling, tumbling and more. The club's year-end circuses -where they present their Circus Arts routines to the entire community -are often packed to the walls for "standing room only" performances.

Registration is limited so sign up today! Registration forms may be picked up at the Main Office, and dropped off or faxed to 773.465.6648.