Davis Waldorf School
FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

For many parents, finding Waldorf education is a way of exploring a new possibility for their children’s school, and others have researched the Waldorf curriculum and seek it out for their children. In all cases, Waldorf education encourages asking questions, digging deeper, forming your own opinion, and finding what works best for your child.

As Waldorf parents and teachers, we are joining together in a special partnership for the care and development of our children. We invite and encourage you to engage in supporting your child’s education. There are many ways that this is possible. Learn about and embrace the principles and curriculum of Waldorf Education. Attend all parent evenings regularly to find out what is happening in the classroom. Communicate with teachers. Share your insights and questions regarding your child’s development. Regular parent meetings, annual parent-teacher conferences, and visits with the teacher help maintain the communication so vital to our work together. Create a home environment that is supportive of the education that unfolds during the day. Volunteer for class trips, plays and other special activities in the school. Enjoy the many festival celebrations!


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