Inside SWS Blog
My wish for all children is a healthy environment in which to grow and thrive along with a peace-seeking world looking for civil discourse and reconciliation, valuing the unique parts of each human, and finding love. We all share a desire, I think, for our children to...
Our name is the beginning of us and of our journey…
News about the economy, the pandemic, and the bitter political stage can increase our anxiety. However, when we reflect on times in our lives and history that have brought about growth or given a new perspective, it is often the most difficult challenges that move us...
After starting the 2020–21 school year online with our distance learning program, Beyond the Classroom, students and teachers alike were excited to meet on campus for an experiential learning day outdoors. Open to all students who are able to attend, these optional...
Grade 1 class teacher Andrew Gilligan speaks on what Michaelmas is.
Mr. Paul Johnson has been selected to be the first Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion here at Seattle Waldorf School.
It can only be our finest hour if we work together.
The legacy of injustice won’t be solved in one year or two years or even 10 years. But working to see the truth and to generate hope is the work of a teacher.
Michael can become the inspiration for us in this time of year in the fight for more openness of the soul to find the inner balance so the light of summer can return within us during the darker winter time.
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