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Rosebud & Dewdrop REGISTRATION FORM 2010-11 Child’s Name: Birth Date: Parent’s Name: Parent’s Name: Address: Whidbey

Island Waldorf School is situated in a pristine woodland setting surrounded by a land trust of 100 acres some 31 miles northwest of Seattle, WA. The school is a community of children, their parents, teachers and friends coming together for the education of our children and to serve the common good in our world. We offer classes ranging from Parent/Child to 8th Grade, each designed to meet the requirements of children in each phase of their development. Teachers typically guide one class through all eight years of schooling. This long association allows the creation of a family-like intimacy in the classroom, nurturing each child--body, soul and spirit--that they might bring their individual gifts into the future. Together they journey through an arts-integrated academic program that recapitulates the social and cultural development of humankind, awakening interest in Self and Other. For more information on Whidbey Island Waldorf School and the educational opportunities we provide, please visit our website:

Whidbey Island Waldorf School


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Please select :  DEWDROP: Thursdays, 9-11 a.m. ___Fall 2010 ___Winter 2011 ___Spring 2011  ROSEBUD: Fridays, 9-11 a.m. ___Winter 2011 ___Spring 2011 Tuition for each session is $175.00, plus a $25.00 nonrefundable supply fee. Full payment is required before attending your first session. Signature ________________________________


Please return registration form and check to: Whidbey Island Waldorf School P.O. Box 469, Clinton, WA 98236

Parent-Tot Program 2010-11 Schedule:
Program Coordinator & Instructor: William Dolde
Fall Session, Dewdrop Only
Sept 16: Free Intro Class 8 Weekly Sessions on Thursdays Sept 23 – Nov 11 Autumn Festival Friday, Sept 24 December 10, Advent Festival

Parent-Child Program: Dewdrop & Rosebud
Whidbey Island Waldorf School offers on-going multi-week sessions throughout the school year for parents and their children up to 3 years old. Our Rosebud and Dewdrop programs create a warm, nurturing, and supportive environment in which parents and their children can discover the joy of family. Parents are guided through child observations while children are invited to join free and imaginative play. Circle time offers songs, verses and movement for parents and children to experience together. A wholesome snack nourishes the body and a simple puppet story nourishes the soul. Parents and teachers thus work together to create a gentle transition from home to school. In addition to the weekly playgroups, parent evenings and articles are offered for parenting support. Rosebud and Dewdrop parents are also invited to join the larger school community during events such as seasonal festivals and adult education workshops.

Winter Session, Dewdrop & Rosebud
Dewdrop: 8 Sessions Thursdays Jan 13 – Mar 10 Rosebud: 8 Sessions Fridays Jan 14 – Mar 18 (no class on Mar 11) March 25, Spring Festival

Spring Session, Dewdrop & Rosebud
Dewdrop: 8 Sessions Thursdays Mar 31 – June 2, 2010 Rosebud: 8 Sessions Fridays Apr 1 – Jun 3 June 3, Summer Festival

William grew up in Pittsburgh and Connecticut and received a B.A. from Yale. In addition to receiving early childhood credentials at the University of Maryland and Waldorf certification at Rudolf Steiner College, William has also taken RIE I training in Los Angeles. He has taught workshops for parent & child teachers at Sophia’s Hearth in Keene, NH. He has taught kindergarten in Maryland and Monterey, as well as nursery and parent & child classes at the Waldorf School of Baltimore. He works as a parent coach and curriculum consultant for an adult education institute. He finds work with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families rewarding and just right. His greatest teachers are his sons Liam and Crispin.

Tuition for each 8-week program, whether Dewdrop (Thursdays) or Rosebud (Fridays) is $175, plus an addition $25 supplies fee.

About Waldorf Education:
Waldorf schools offer a developmentallyappropriate, experiential approach to education. Arts and academics are integrated from preschool through twelfth grade. Waldorf Education inspires life-long learning in all students, enabling them to fully develop their unique capacities. A Waldorf curriculum is deep, broad and comprehensive. It provides age-appropriate content that nourishes healthy growth for the Waldorf student through their stages of development as they grow and mature. Waldorf Education is independent and inclusive, and truly nurtures inspired learning. Whidbey Island Waldorf School is proud to be part of this 100-year-old, worldwide educational movement.