Annual Benefit Auction
Join us, March 22, 2014 at Greystone Hall, as we celebrate 25 years of coming together to support our faculty and help provide an excellent education to our children. This year we are proud to give our first annual “Waldorf Difference” award to alumni Laura Wallerstein.
Please be a part of this amazing and important event for our community:
The Annual Giving Campaign has begun! Take a moment to make your tax-deductible pledge today. You can pay with check or credit card, or charge your donation in monthly payments through your MCA account. Drop your pledge card in the box in the lobby, or click here to make an online pledge today! 100% participation also helps us receive grants. We need your help to continue offering the Waldorf Difference to our community. Every dollar raised through the campaign benefits our children.
Full Day Preschool
Our preschool is an extension of family experience; a step between home and formal schooling for children age 3-5.
We offer a creative and nurturing part or full day experience focused on fostering the small child’s imagination through storytelling, music, outdoor play and artistic activities.
SGWS Jaguars Basketball Schedule:
Games begin Saturday Dec. 7th and run through Sunday February 9th, on weekends.
Zack Tarle, a seventh grader at Spring Garden Waldorf School, won The University of Akron annual Rubber Band Contest for Young Inventors. Tarle received $2,500 for first place in the Arts and Leisure Division for his board game Spyder – a marble game for all ages.
He says, “The game combines rubber bands, marbles and a playing board in the shape of a square. Outlining the board is a wall of rubber bands. It has four holes in the corners and one in the center. Around each hole are two motes and around the game board are tons of small holes arranged geometrically where you can stick pegs.”
This was the fifth year of the annual contest, which The Akron Global Polymer Academy says “is designed to encourage students in grades 5-8 to demonstrate their creativity and ingenuity by creating an invention that incorporates the use of rubber bands.”
Once again, SGWS graduate, Isabella Sparhawk, makes the news. She has not only been granted a patent for her science project work this year; her project has also advanced to be judged at Intel ISEF, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. The Intel fair is this week, May 12 to 17, and offers cash awards ranging from $1,000 to $100,000. Good luck Isabella!
Congratulations also go out to SGWS alumni, Timothy Fries, who has received the Second Year Distinguished Scholar award from Muskingum University, where he ranks in the top 5 percent in academics for his graduating class. Fries was also inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society this year.
William de Cardenas, SGWS graduate and high school senior at Theodore Roosevelt High School, in Kent Ohio, has won best in state in the Verizon App Challenge for creating an app to test for stream pollution.
Ariel McCleary will be performing in the Stow-Munroe Falls High School musical “Hello, Dolly!” where she will play the second female lead Irene Molloy. Also Ariel and her Recipe of Life band mate Shelby Denton also won the 2012 Stow-Munroe Falls High School talent show with their original song, “The Journey.”
Isabella Sparhawk won 1st Place Grand Champion in the Northeast Ohio Science and Engineering Fair.
The Mock Trial team SGWS grad, Matt Rossi, a senior at Hoban, advanced to the state competition in Columbus this year where Matt won the award of “Outstanding Advocate.”
Congratulations to all our successful alumni!