Lunar New Year Greetings

Lunar New Year Greetings

By Yi Wang (Wang Laoshi), Seattle Waldorf High School Mandarin Teacher Lunar New Year celebrations are marked by many practices that are believed to be auspicious for the upcoming year. Seattle Waldorf High School Mandarin class students greet everyone with New Year...
Dungeons and Dragons Club, Winter 2022

Dungeons and Dragons Club, Winter 2022

Late in the night, the young ranger of the outcasts rests in the treetop overlooking the sleeping campsite. Suddenly, the tree below them shudders with the impact of something massive slamming into its base. Just below, almost at eye level, a massive ogre sees him in...
SWS Junior Reporters See Their Work in Ink

SWS Junior Reporters See Their Work in Ink

Club Reporter gives SWS students a chance to capture the world as they see it and share it with the school By SHAWNA GAMACHE The advertisements came first, strangely enough. A recognizable form they could replicate — peppered with hilarity, of course. Gum you chew to...
Pumpkin Gifts

Pumpkin Gifts

Since school began, every Wednesday the Marigold Preschool children have felted orange balls to make the foundation of pumpkin decorations. Then, for two weeks, they sewed the ribs onto the felted orange balls to add depth and character to the fruit. (An early botany...
Celebrating el Día de los Muertos

Celebrating el Día de los Muertos

Festivals are an important part of community life at Seattle Waldorf School. Among the many festivals we celebrate, two are held by the SWS World Language program. In the spring, Mandarin teachers Daisy Tsang (grade school) and Yi Wang (high school) bring a...