The Bulletin

Experience Waldorf Education in our April 10th Open House

Monday, March 2014

New to Waldorf?
Interested individuals are welcome to visit and see our class curriculum firsthand.

All are welcome to attend this opportunity to see the students and teachers engaged in morning lessons; observe High School topics classes, world language and handwork classes. You can visit your child's classroom or see other grades to get a full sense of the scope of the Waldorf curriculum arc. Its a great way to see the social interactions and unique aspects of Waldorf education in action!

Chicago Waldorf School's Open House

Thursday April 10th  -  8:00am - noon

Please RSVP to reserve your seat now (spaces are limited).


Here is the schedule of lesson plans you can visit:

GRADE SCHOOL Morning Lessons (8:00 - 10:00am)

Grade Teacher Lesson Topic
1st Chris Kuck Arithmetic
2nd Megan Rotko Arithmetic
3rd Becky Moskowitz Play Practice, Hebrew Scriptures
4th Nancy Szymanski Local Geography and History
5th Carol Triggiano Ancient Greece
6th John Trevillion Astronomy
7th Karen Hartz Treasure Island Play Practice
8th Lauri Sullivan Modern History





HIGH SCHOOL Topics Classes (7:55 - 9:35am)

Grade Teacher Lesson Topic
9th Michael Holdrege Geology
10th Barbara Huckabay Classical History
11th John Denman Astronomy
12th David Massie Transcendentalists
12th Jim Kotz Biochemistry



GRADE SCHOOL World Language Classes (10:30 - 11:15am)

Grade Teacher Lesson Topic
2nd Ashley Gambill German
3rd Ileana Valencia Spanish


GRADE SCHOOL Handwork Classes (11:15 - Noon)

Grade Teacher Lesson Topic
2nd Patricia Holdrege Handwork
8th Ashley Gambill German


RSVP by Friday, April 4th

to Jeremiah Davis in the Main Office or 773.465.2662

Event Registration Details:
• Space is limited—first come, first served. 12 visitors per class. (EXCEPT FOR 1ST GRADE—LIMIT IS 8)
• Arrive by 7:45am, sign in at the Main Entrance and receive your room assignment
• Parents & Guests may observe any 1st-12th grade morning lesson, but can only choose one.
• Parents may stay and observe a world language and/or handwork class following the morning lessons
• Parents must be able to stay for the entire lesson. We ask that you not leave mid-lesson.
• Early Childhood classes are NOT open for visitors, but we strongly encourage Early Childhood parents to observe a grade or high school class

Reserve Your Seats Now!  Limited seating is available.