Main Calendar

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Parent Spiritual Science Study Group
8:00 am - 9:45 am
CWS Library (2nd floor)- Rogers Park Campus

Anthroposophy, which means “Wisdom of the Human Being,” is a spiritual science built on the research of Rudolf Steiner. Our current conversation explores the riddles of existence, the truth of karma, the mystery of evil, historic connections, and more. We incorporate “The Calendar of the Soul,” eurythmy, focused discussion and seasonal artistic explorations in our study. All are welcome; contact Hazel Archer Ginsberg (773) 549-3026

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Class Trip- 4th Grade
Camp Edwards, Wisconsin from 2/21 through 2/23

During this 2-night stay in cabins at Camp Edwards, the 4th grade will learn about local wildlife and their winter habitats, study animal tracking, and participate in fun and challenging team-building exercises.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

“Women in Congress,” the 10th grade play
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Auditorium- Rogers Park Campus

Join us for opening night of the 10th grade play, where students participate as actors, set and costume designers, all under the guidance of theatre professionals. In Waldorf education, traditionally the 10th grade production is an investigation or re-interpretation of a classic Greek play. This year the students have set the comedy "Women in Congress" by Aristophanes in the roaring Twenties. Corruption is rife, politicians greedy and apathetic. Praxagora and her trusty band of women concoct a daring plan to take over Congress and make all things copacetic! Jazz Clubs, the Charleston, flappers - is it just too swell to be true? Admission is free, donations welcome. All proceeds go towards the tenth-grade trip. Recommended for 7th grade and up.

Friday, February 23, 2018

“Women in Congress,” the 10th grade play
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Auditorium- Rogers Park Campus

Come to this closing night of the 10th grade play. This year the sophomores have set the comedy "Women in Congress" by Aristophanes in the roaring Twenties. Corruption is rife, politicians greedy and apathetic. Praxagora and her trusty band of women concoct a daring plan to take over Congress and make all things copacetic! Jazz Clubs, the Charleston, flappers - is it just too swell to be true? Admission is free, donations welcome. All proceeds go towards the tenth-grade trip. Recommended for 7th grade and up.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Mid-Winter Break Begins
NO SCHOOL- Feb 26 thru March 2

Enjoy the week off!

Monday, March 5, 2018

Classes Resume
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Welcome back from Mid-Winter Break. Classes resume today.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Waldorf In The Home (WITH) Meeting- Rogers Park Campus
8:00 am - 9:30 am
CWS Library (2nd floor)- Rogers Park Campus

Waldorf In the Home (WITH) is a PTO sponsored, parent support group focusing on topics specific to the early childhood group experience. Today's topic is "The Value of Art & Handwork" presented by EC Level-Chair, Johanna Navari Welch. Often led by knowledgeable members of the Waldorf community, WITH offers a supportive environment where parents gather to learn more about how to bring the principles and techniques used in the Early Childhood classroom into our homes. We meet the first Monday of every month when school is in session (except in June). To learn more, contact Deanna Mulherin at 773.316.1353

Monday, March 5, 2018

Community Yoga for All
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Upper Eurythmy Room, Rogers Park Campus

Chicago Waldorf School and Phoenix Yoga Project have joined forces to offer a donation-based yoga class to our community. All proceeds go to the Annual Fund. Come join us for an all-levels yoga class that will focus on learning Asanas (poses), Pranayama (breath), and the joy of moving together! This class is also open to outside community members, so please feel free to bring a friend.Questions? Contact Tarah Hartung at thartung2@gmail.com

Monday, March 5, 2018

SEED Meeting- Faculty & Staff
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rogers Park Campus, High School History classroom

CWS Faculty and Staff who are registered for the Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (SEED) training meet in our peer-led professional development program that creates conversational communities to drive personal, organizational, and societal change toward greater equity and diversity.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Waldorf In The Home (WITH) Evening Meeting- Lincoln Square Campus
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Lincoln Square Campus classrooms

Waldorf In the Home (WITH) is a PTO sponsored, parent support group focusing on topics specific to the early childhood group experience. Today's topic is "Discipline" presented by long-time GS Teacher, and current Development Director, Becky Moskowitz. Often led by knowledgeable members of the Waldorf community, WITH offers a supportive environment where parents gather to learn more about how to bring the principles and techniques used in the Early Childhood classroom into our homes. We meet the first Monday of every month when school is in session (except in June). To learn more, contact Deanna Mulherin at 773.316.1353

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Steiner Study Group
8:15 am - 9:30 am
CWS Library (2nd floor)- Rogers Park Campus

Waldorf schools pursue an innovative educational practice that can enliven, inspire and renew education today. Join a spirited group of parents & teachers who read and discuss related topics. This is your time to learn and question. No experience necessary; Everyone is welcome. Contact Sheila Donohue at 312-907-6914 or sheila@otmarketing.com to be added to our list serve, which will provide reading materials and activity updates.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Parent Spiritual Science Study Group
8:00 am - 9:45 am
CWS Library (2nd floor)- Rogers Park Campus

Anthroposophy, which means “Wisdom of the Human Being,” is a spiritual science built on the research of Rudolf Steiner. Our current conversation explores the riddles of existence, the truth of karma, the mystery of evil, historic connections, and more. We incorporate “The Calendar of the Soul,” eurythmy, focused discussion and seasonal artistic explorations in our study. All are welcome; contact Hazel Archer Ginsberg (773) 549-3026

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