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The San Francisco Waldorf School has found that incorporating the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos)celebration into the Spanish curriculum and the school's community calendar not only celebrates those who have enriched Spanish-speaking cultures, but also enriches the culture of San Francisco and the students' own lives. (From "Waldorf Education: A Family Guide," 2nd ed. ©Michaelmas Press, illustrated by MaryBeth Rapisardo.
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Hi parents, I'm working on a research project, I would appreciate your help and input: Are your kids doing any virtual extracurricular activities? If not, would they (or you) like them to? And if you do, what kind? Thanks for your comments below!
In 1914, Rudolf Steiner said “people today are haunted by a fear we can compare with the medieval fear of ghosts. It is the fear of germs. … The modern age has lost this belief in the spiritual world; it believes in material things. It therefore has a fear of material beings, be they ever so small….Germs flourish most intensively when we take nothing but materialistic thoughts into sleep with us…(or) live in the center of an epidemic or endemic illness, and (tend) to think of nothing but the sickness all around, filled only with a fear of getting sick….If this fear can be reduced, even a little by, for example, active love and, while tending the sick, forgetting for a time that one might also be infected, the conditions are less favorable for the germs….If people were given thoughts that lead them away from materialism and spur them on to active love out of the spirit, it would serve the future of humanity better.” Presence of the Dead on the Spiritual Path, May 5, 1914
(find the full lecture here https://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/Dates/19140505p01.html)
SAVE THE UNIQUE NATURAL AND CULTURAL AREA NORTH OF THE GOETHEANUM (SWITZERLAND)
The architect Christopher Alexander compares the dining table to a tribal fire. In olden days, people used to gather around the fire, enjoying the the flames, the heat of cooking food, and the warmth of people looking into their eyes.
Alexander advices adding a low-hanging lamp over the center of the table to remind us of the fire and create a warm ambience around the table. A candle can do the trick, too.
Strong neon lights alienate us, making us want to get in and out quickly, like a fast food restaurant. They are grab and go lights. The body ends up feeling lonesome and abandoned by its natural sustenance. On the other hand, warm lights in the dining area makes us want to linger, creating an open sense of calm among the diners.

The dining table is the main character. The one we all come for. Its body absorbs the sounds and voices. The table knows who feels happy around it and who does not. During a shared meal, we have an opportunity to create a real connection—warm, open, and nurturing, setting the foundation for an experiential communication that continues to build over the years and stays with us for a lifetime.
One day, these meals will become our children’s childhood memories, and we want them to have good ones. It’s their confidence, their signal that they’ve got a place to return to; a place that feels like home.

when i get a call from westside waldorf ,i always pickup! this time they asked me to come and pick up Milly because she is sick.
First thing I do when one of my kids is sick is chicken soup!

Below the recipe:

Head of celery

A bunch of dill

A bunch of parsley

Parsley ruth (bunch?)

2 carrots

2 zucchini

3 celery sticks with some leaves

One potato

2 regular onions

And 2-3 chicken legs.

Coarse salt and black pepper

1 bay leaf

3 tbsp grape-seeds oil

Preparation:

Fill a small pot with water, drop the chicken and boil it for 10 minutes, it take out all the "dirt"of the chicken

In a soup pot, put the oil, coarsely cut all the vegetables and add the "clean" chicken stir for 5-7 minutes , fill water to cover, add tablespoon of coarse (sea) salt.and black peper

after bowling , on a low flame for about an hour and a half.
The architect Christopher Alexander compares the dining table to a tribal fire. In olden days, people used to gather around the fire, enjoying the the flames, the heat of cooking food, and the warmth of people looking into their eyes.
Alexander advices adding a low-hanging lamp over the center of the table to remind us of the fire and create a warm ambience around the table. A candle can do the trick, too.
Strong neon lights alienate us, making us want to get in and out quickly, like a fast food restaurant. They are grab and go lights. The body ends up feeling lonesome and abandoned by its natural sustenance. On the other hand, warm lights in the dining area makes us want to linger, creating an open sense of calm among the diners.

The dining table is the main character. The one we all come for. Its body absorbs the sounds and voices. The table knows who feels happy around it and who does not. During a shared meal, we have an opportunity to create a real connection—warm, open, and nurturing, setting the foundation for an experiential communication that continues to build over the years and stays with us for a lifetime.
One day, these meals will become our children’s childhood memories, and we want them to have good ones. It’s their confidence, their signal that they’ve got a place to return to; a place that feels like home.

when i get a call from westside waldorf ,i always pickup! this time they asked me to come and pick up Milly because she is sick.
First thing I do when one of my kids is sick is chicken soup!

Below the recipe:

Head of celery

A bunch of dill

A bunch of parsley

Parsley ruth (bunch?)

2 carrots

2 zucchini

3 celery sticks with some leaves

One potato

2 regular onions

And 2-3 chicken legs.

Coarse salt and black pepper

1 bay leaf

3 tbsp grape-seeds oil

Preparation:

Fill a pot with water, drop the chicken and boil it for 10 minutes, it take out all the "dirt"of the chicken

In a pot, put the oil, coarsely cut all the vegetables and add the "clean" chicken, fill water to cover, add tablespoon of coarse (sea) salt.

, add 2 litres of water after bowling , on a low flame for about an hour and a half.
Years ago, I read Jack Kornfield’s book, The Wise Heart. It was an immense help to me when my children were little, and for years I kept telling them, “My dream is to visit his meditation center in California.”
And then it happened. Two kids had grown up and left home, and the other two stayed back with their father in Los Angeles. I went away for ten days. Ten whole days of being with myself, losing myself, wandering the streets, writing in cafes, finding out what catches my eye, what sweeps me away. My goal was to finish writing this book. It felt like my mission: to teach people how to communicate, open up, and get others to open up through food, cooking, the dining table, and the memories that connect us.
It’s a strange thing—we mothers are very stingy when it comes to ourselves. We almost never allow enough time and space to fill up our own hearts. Now is the time, I thought, to let go of my home without fear. I’m always so anxious every time I leave. Worried that if anything bad happens, it would be my fault for taking time off.
So what happened when I went away? Nothing bad. It was good for all of us. I’m not the only responsible adult in this world. They are too, in their own way.
When I got to San Francisco I took an Uber to my cousin’s apartment, which overlooks the entire city. On my first day, I was totally focused: “Today I’m going to write for four hours and cook for two hours.” And I did just that, true to my word, a faithful student.
We’re always living the next moment. What’s next? What’s coming up? But is this the right way to live? Should we really be rushing like this, afraid we won’t make it? Do things actually happen out of this time crunch? Out of this desire for an unfulfilled “more”?
The next day, it rained. I couldn’t find my little corner of quiet and focus. I kept moving from one location to the next, buying cup of coffee after cup of coffee, only to return to my cousin’s apartment tired, wet, empty, and confused. I turned on my laptop and remembered my dream. I went to Jack Kornfield’s website, and saw there was a two-day writing workshop starting the next day. I checked my phone. His center was only 45 minutes away. Bingo. I signed up.

The drive was beautiful. The road was lined by Sequoia trees that cast their enormous shadow over the asphalt. The sun peeked between the trees like sparks of light.
I was moved to see the sign I’d been thinking of for years, welcoming me to the Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Everything comes from quiet. From our comfort within ourselves. All we need to do is look up and see the beauty.
I walked into the classroom and took a seat on a cushion beside the teacher’s podium. Behind me were chairs. Above me, an octagonal ceiling of light wood, with a skylight at its center, letting in the sun. I had found a spot near a window. Every woman needs a room with a window of her own.
And then he walked in. Jack Kornfield. The teacher. The master. Cropped white hair, high forehead, age spots, a pink linen shirt with a blue vest. From his vest pocket peeked a red bandana, which he used to clean his round glasses. Leather briefcase. Laptop. Very stylish. His sitting position was pretty. His eyes were pretty. And his fingers were long, gentle, and wise. Hands carry wisdom, too.
We began to meditate, and suddenly the quiet delivered peace. It was as if I could relax inside my own body. Then he said, “Only shallow people know themselves.” He spoke about the hunt within the quiet. How we want to eat our cake before it’s even baked, arrive before we even leave, get to New Years’ Day already so we can start over fresh.
At the end of the first day, my head was brimming. I’d learned so much in so little time. I was in love.
The next day I woke up at 8am, showered, and put on my plaid shirt with the embroidery on the back, so that I could look stylish, too. On my way to the second day of the workshop, I stopped at one of the best bakeries in San Francisco to buy some bread. I had the urge to buy a loaf for my teacher, too. I wanted to share my joy.
Then thoughts started racing through my mind: Maybe it’s against the rules to bring the master gifts? And what am I even thinking? How would I do it? Just hand him the loaf? But I wanted to do it. I loved him.
I returned to the same cushion, sitting close to the ground. I realized I was there to practice taking up space. To not be too shy to speak and participate. That’s how I could learn something about myself. I raised my hand during the first exercise of the day. I wasn’t sure exactly what I was going to say, but I wanted to say it. His prompt was: “My soul spoke to me. It said…” Then he gave us fifteen minutes to write. What my soul said to me had come to me on the way there, in my car among the sequoias: “I contain all ages.” The line came out of nowhere, and it was true. In a recent phone call with my daughter, I had told her I had gotten to a stage where I could either befriend the elderly or young children like herself, hungry for life. That’s where my life gains meaning.

During the first break of the day, I came up to him, embarrassed. I handed him the loaf and whispered, “I’m so excited to be here that I had to buy you this bread. It’s healthy and delicious.”
​He stood up and hugged me, and I felt that he loved me. I didn’t want anything from him. I only wanted to give.
​During the next break, we happened to climb up the same mountain. When we ran into each other, he touched my leg with a smile, and I said, “I know you,” and giggled like a teenager. He climbed on, and my giggle kept ringing in my ears.
​At the end of the day, he read a poem for us— “Love After Love”, by Derek Walcott. “Give wine, give bread, give back your heart to itself, to the stranger who has loved you all your life.” When he read the part about the bread, he looked at me. I was so glad I’d given him the loaf.
​And I fell in love, not just with him. Not just with myself. With life.
​Now I could go home.

Adventure bread

2 1/4 cups (235g) rolled oats
1 cup (160g) sunflower seeds, hulled
1/2 cup (65g) pumpkin seeds, hulled
3/4 cup (90g) almonds, toasted and coarsely chopped
3/4 cup (120g) flax seeds
1/3 cup (20g) psyllium seed husks (see note)
3 tablespoons (25g) chia seeds
2 teaspoons (12g) fine sea salt
1/2 cup almond flour(not a mast )
The wet stuff
2 tablespoons (40g) maple syrup
1/4 cup (55g) olive oil
2 1/2 cups (600g) water
1. Gather your foodstuffs. Toast the seeds. Preheat your oven to 350ºF (180ºC.) Spread the sunflower and pumpkin seeds on a baking sheet and toast until they start to brown, about 15 minutes, stirring halfway during baking.
(David: The seeds may take less time to toast, so keep an eye on them.)
2. Measure ingredients. Dump this stuff (all the dry ingredients) into big bowl. Then pour in the wet stuff.
3. Mix it all up. Oil your loaf pan, and then mush up your “dough” real good with your strong hands or a big spoon. Take pride in your mush-job; this is all of the handling you’re doing to do with this “dough.” Once it’s mixed real good, scoop it into your oiled pan and smooth out the top so it looks nice. Then stick it in the fridge and leave it alone for at least a few hours, up to a whole day.
4. Bake it. Put a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat to 400ºF (200ºC.) Remove the bread from the refrigerator and let it come to room temperature. Bake the bread for about an hour or so, then take it out and gently remove the loaf from the pan. Let cool on a cooling rack for at least 2 hours (YES, two whole hours). Don’t rush it here folks, this bread is D*E*N*S*E, and if you don’t wait for it to cool, it really won’t be as yummy.
6. Toast and eat. This bread is definitely best sliced nice and thin (around 1/2-inch, 12mm) and then toasted up and spread with whatever your heart desires. And don’t worry if you’re adventuring somewhere without toaster access (like a gorgeous river in the middle of nowhere), it will still be scrumptious, I promise.
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Operating as usual

12/07/2022

Today was hiking day for 7th grade! Nature is one of our favorite classrooms and we are lucky to be surrounded by the open space of the Santa Monica mountains🌻

12/05/2022

Meet our Kindness Countdown Gnome 🥰Each day of December our 3rd grade class will unroll one of the messages on our gnome's cap to discover what act of kindness the class will celebrate that day. Each child will add a ring to the kindness paper chain decorating their classroom as a joyful reminder of all of their kind deeds this month. A very creative Advent calendar courtesy of our Grade 3 teacher, Ms Cheryl. ❤️

12/02/2022

It’s Advent season! 🕯️ Many of our early childhood and grades children have experienced the magic of the Advent Spiral and bringing light to darkness. This detailed chalkboard drawing by our Grade 1 teacher was the backdrop for our walk today 🥰

11/30/2022

Interested in waldorf education? Come visit us next week for A TOUR of our McComb campus in the beautiful Pacific Palisades. Sign up at link in bio 💫

11/29/2022

Westside Waldorf has the opportunity to match up to $25k now until Dec. 4! Help us get there with a gift in honor of Giving Tuesday. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and appreciated. 🙏🏼

Use the link in our bio to donate to the Annual Giving Fund! 🎁

11/29/2022

Westside Waldorf has the opportunity to match up to $25k now until Dec. 4! Help us get there with a gift in honor of Giving Tuesday. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and appreciated. 🙏🏼

Use the link in our bio to donate to the Annual Giving Fund! 🎁

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 11/24/2022

Happy Thanksgiving from the Westside Waldorf family to yours! 🦃🍁 ❤️

11/12/2022

Parents, join us for a conversation on setting loving boundaries for your child with Liis Edwards. 💫 RSVP by Sunday, 11/13 DM or email [email protected]

#waldorfeducation

11/10/2022

Come join us at the Mar Vista Farmer’s Market this Sunday! Learn about Waldorf, chat with current parents and receive a little treasure from the Acorn Store for your child ✨We’ll be there from 9am-2pm 🌻

11/03/2022

Curious about what happens throughout the grades in a waldorf school? Come see us at our open house with live presentations by all of our grades teachers.🦋DM us to RSVP🦋

10/30/2022

Reminder to our WWS Community: No School on Tuesday Nov 1st for Parent - Teacher Conferences.

If you still need to sign up for conferences, please reach out to your teacher directly.

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 10/29/2022

One of our favorite traditions, the 1st and 8th grade buddies pumpkin carving 🎃

10/27/2022

Come visit us and learn more about our Nursery, Kindergarten, Elementary, and Middle School programs. Fall 2022 Tour Schedule: Pacific Palisades: 11/12 and 12/6; Santa Monica 11/3 and 12/1. Link in bio to register. 🌈💫

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 10/26/2022

Behind the garden wall in our Early Childhood…. 🦋🐛💫

10/14/2022

Peek-a-boo! playing with playsilks in our Parent-Child classes with our Waldorf early childhood specialist, Ms. Indira. Come witness the magic in person with your little one and learn valuable skills that support developmentally appropriate play and socialization. Open to AGES 2 MONTHS - 3 years. Join anytime! LINK IN BIO 🌈💫

10/07/2022

Our WWS family is growing!
We are delighted to introduce you to Tracy, our new Marketing + Communications Manager. Welcome, Tracy - we are so happy you’re here!

09/29/2022

L’shanah Tova! Our Grades students participated in a Rosh Hashanah celebration hosted by one of our Israeli families with the blowing of the shofar followed by a feast of challah, apples and honey for a sweet new year 🍎 🍯

09/22/2022

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Lifelong, curious, compassionate learners. That’s Westside Waldorf. Schedule your tour of our Grades 1 – 8 campus in the Pacific Palisades today. 🦋 Fall tour dates: 10/4, 11/2, 12/6 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. E-mail [email protected] to register

09/22/2022

Looking for a more inspiring education for your child? Schedule a tour of our Early Childhood campuses today! 🦋 Pacific Palisades: 10/2, 11/12, and 12/6; Santa Monica 10/13, 11/3, and 12/1. Register by e-mailing [email protected]

09/09/2022

Campus Tours are happening again at Westside Waldorf School! Curious to see what makes Waldorf education so special? Come see for yourself at our beautiful campuses on the Westside of LA! Link in bio to register 🌈🦋

09/06/2022

Meet Indira, our Parent-Child teacher!
We are happy to announce that we have multiple parent-child classes for ages birth to three. There is a varied schedule available throughout the week and on Saturdays….and there is still time to sign-up. Classes are filling quickly, so reserve your spot now! Checkout our link in bio for more info or DM us.


08/23/2022

Behold the glory! Our very own Westside Waldorf School sign is here! 5 years in the making, handmade by our beloved former woodworking teacher — we love + miss you and will always think of you when we look at our beautiful school sign. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
🌈🙏🏽🤍🙏🏽🌈

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 08/03/2022

Sandy days at Wonders of the Natural World summer camp! Today was all about using the sand as the material for wherever our imagination took us—from tunnel mazes to giant holes to sand shelters to a very fun sand co****le game! 🌞

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/30/2022

It was Woodland Creatures day at Enchanted Forest camp and boy did the animals come out to play! From ladybugs to tree cats to butterflies to dinosaurs, all the critters loved their last day of arts and some of the campers even put on an impromptu play about the wild animals and the forest explorer! 🦋

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/29/2022

This week is Enchanted Forest Visual Arts camp, so naturally we had to spend the day in a forest! The campers were dropped off at Solstice Canyon common an area of the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Center where the campers hike to two different ruins of homes that burned in a fire in 1982. We explored the ruins, saw a waterfall, did a scavenger hunt, and heard the Lakota story of Iktomi and the Dreamcatcher and made our very own! 🌿🌞✨

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/26/2022

Today was hike day at camp! Just walking distance from school is a beautiful open space with access to Topanga State Park and one of our favorite hikes overlooking the ocean, Los Liones 🌞🦋

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/18/2022

👏🏾Bravo to our performers!👏🏾
All the world's a stage, and all our campers merely players...and goodness, did they play!

The theme of last week’s camp was storytelling. Campers were immersed in tales of knights and dragons, of wolves and woodland sprites, of rain maidens and clever princes. Led by Ms. Grace and Ms. Hara of the Creative Actor’s Studio, the campers made up their very own story and acted it out in an improv-style storytelling experience. Campers made wolf masks to accompany a story written and performed by our CITs (counselors in training) and Senior Campers. It all came together with a showcase for families that highlighted all the performing art skills the campers experienced.


Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/11/2022

Summer Camp: Gourmet from the Garden
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Thursday was GREEN day—celebrating nature and the fresh gifts of the earth! Campers went on a hike and learned about different varieties of wild sage that grow at Los Liones State Park just across the street from our school, including white sage, black sage, scrub sage, and hummingbird sage!

Campers then took to the kitchen to make fresh pasta dough, roll it out and cut into fettuccini, served with a vegan brown butter sauce and a fresh salad made completely from ingredients harvested from our own garden!

Con cibo e amore (with food and love)!

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/07/2022

Summer Camp Spotlight
Week 2 Theme: Gourmet from the Garden
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Each day celebrates a different color and the gifts from the earth that come in that delectable shade.

Tuesday was RED DAY: juicy, sweet, delicious!

Campers tended to the garden and harvested mint🌿and strawberries 🍓.

They learned knife safety skills 🔪 and made Balsamic Strawberry-Watermelon-Mint Salad…which they happily served for afternoon snack.😋

Stay tuned…more coming soon!

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 07/06/2022

Summer Camp Spotlight
Week 2 Theme: Gourmet from the Garden
🍓🌿🫐👩🏽‍🍳🧑🏼‍🌾🧑🏾‍🍳🍅🌽🫑

Each day celebrates a different color and the gifts from the earth that come in that delectable shade.

Tuesday was RED DAY: juicy, sweet, delicious!

Campers tended to the garden and harvested mint🌿and strawberries 🍓.

They learned knife safety skills 🔪 and made Balsamic Strawberry-Watermelon-Mint Salad…which they happily served for afternoon snack.😋

Stay tuned…more coming soon!

06/22/2022

Happy Summer Solstice to all! We hope you enjoy time in the sun and in nature on the longest day of this year 💗🌈🦋🌞🌻🍄🌸🪺🌏✨

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 06/10/2022

🌈 🔔 Let their golden bells ring, for now they are first graders! Every year our rising first graders walk over the rainbow bridge and they receive a golden bell necklace. It is a rite of passage that symbolizes leaving the kindergarten and beginning their grade school journey into First Grade! 🔔 🌈

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 06/10/2022

🌈 🔔 Every year our rising first graders walk over the rainbow bridge and they receive a golden bell necklace. It is a rite of passage that symbolizes leaving the kindergarten and beginning their grade school journey into First Grade. 🔔🌈

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 06/08/2022

🍦Aftercare screams for ice cream!🍦 Inventors club doesn’t need machines to freeze whipped cream and coconut cream into tasty frozen treats!

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 06/07/2022

🧚‍♂️A Midsummer Night’s Dream brought to you by Grade 8 🧚🏽‍♀️

What a treat it was to see our 8th graders, some 7th graders and teachers, too in this rendition of one of Shakespeare’s classic plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Most played two roles and it was unexpectedly funny and well done.
Bravo 👏🏽 to all!

06/04/2022

Some of our middle school students with their latest creations in woodwork. Birdhouse animals, mushrooms, treasure boxes, spoons and forks, and abstract studies of concavity, convexity, form and void. 👌🏼

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 05/28/2022

Happy Birthday to Ms. Martinelli - our wonderful music teacher, festival committee + student assembly producer/ creator/ make-what-needs-to-happen-happen extraordinaire! All the blessings on your next trip around the sun. 🤍🎂🌀🎈

Photos from Westside Waldorf School's post 05/19/2022

Springtime in a Waldorf school is when our classes take adventures! Our 4th grade ventured to the Natural History Museum and Butterfly Pavilion downtown today. We are so lucky to live in culturally rich SoCal with museums a-plenty! Can you spot all of the 🦋?

05/15/2022

Join us for our *last* Community Crafting on Tuesday, May 17th! 🪡 🧵 🧶

8:30a - 11a Temescal Gateway Park
15601 Sunset Blvd, Pacific Palisades
picnic tables on left after entrance

05/15/2022

Join us for our *last* Community Crafting on Tuesday 5/17!

drop in between 8:30a - 11:30a
Temescal Gateway Park
15601 Sunset Blvd, Pacific Palisades

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