February 2022 WSL Monthly Communique

Waldorf School of Louisville Communique

The 2021-22 Calendar Now Available

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Monday, February 7th – Parent Association Meeting: 9:45 – 10:00 AM

Please join the Parent Association for our monthly meeting to discuss upcoming Spring events and volunteer opportunities like the Annual Spring Auction, PA Book fair, Mayfaire and more! Kindly note, this month’s meeting will be held virtually, via Google Meets. 

Google Meets link: https://meet.google.com/oag-jmhr-xwa

* Minutes from the January PA Meeting can be found below

If you would like to receive the PA meeting agenda + minutes, please send an email to Madyson Haskins at madyson.haskins@waldorflouisville.com to be added to the mailing list.

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* Thursday, February 10th – Virtual Vision Board Party– 7:00 – 8:00pm

Now that we are a month into 2022, it is the perfect time to reflect on our personal aspirations for the year ahead and redefine our intentions with clarity and optimism. Vision boards are creative ways to visualize various goals: from our relationship with the environment, to our mental and physical health, to our time spent with family and friends.

Prior to the event,  an email reminder will be sent that includes:
~ questions to consider while reflecting on your aspirations for 2022
~ snack suggestions (because every artist needs proper fuel!)
~ a brief Spotify playlist to inspire you as we craft together

Until then, please do not hesitate to contact Madyson Haskins via email if you have any questions!

Virtual meeting link: https://meet.google.com/ekw-bgiw-poe

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* Monday, February 14-15th- Teacher Conferences

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*Monday, February 14-18- No School

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 *Wednesday, February 23rdBoard of Trustee Meeting: 6:30-7:30 PM

WSL’s monthly Board of Trustees’ meeting is open to the community*. Anyone may join to hear updates from Faculty and Board about the school’s governance and operation, including overviews and updates on Enrollment, Marketing, Finance, Development, Grounds and Facilities, and Administration. The meeting includes open discussion at the end, and an opportunity for attendees to ask questions or make relevant comments.
Zoom details will be available on the school calendar prior to the meeting and will be sent to individual classes via email as well.


Grades Lead Teacher

The task of the Grades Teacher of the Waldorf School of Louisville is to bring the Waldorf graders curriculum to the children with enthusiasm, imagination, and integrity.

If you or someone you know is interested in the the position, please contact our Business Manager, Angeline.green@waldorflouisville.com for details.

Enrollment for 2022-2023 Now Open

We are very excited about the upcoming school year and all that will unfold for our growing school. It is now time for each of our current families to indicate their commitment to continued enrollment for the 2022-23 school year. The importance of early enrollment is critical to our budgeting process and to enable the WSL Faculty and Board of Trustees to allocate resources. Please complete the re-enrollment process through TADS by March 1, 2022. You will make your deposit payment of $500 directly to TADS during this online process. Please note that your enrollment deposit is non-refundable.

If you are in the process of applying for Variable Tuition, the TADS system will allow you the option to reduce your deposit amount to $250. However, please remember, that your enrollment and Variable Tuition applications must be completed by March 1, 2022. A fee of $200 will be assessed for returning Variable Tuition applicants who submit their application past the deadline. If you have any questions regarding these processes, please contact Angeline Green, Business Manager at 502-327-0122 or angeline.green@waldorflouisville.com

Winter Break Early Childhood Camp

Secure your space by filling out the registration form here. We can’t wait for you to join us!


A lost and found browsing area has been established for your convenience! If you’re missing an item and would like to take a look at what’s been left behind on campus, please see a member of Administration to provide you with access.


Students in Class Eger have been enjoying the lessons learned from incubating, hatching and rearing baby chicks. After hatching in the fall, lessons have been built on the deepening curiosity of the students regarding the nature of zoology and of humanity’s relationship to animals. The class chickens are  slowly but surely growing into their “teenage” years, just as our students will do in time!!


Guitar Club:  Guitar club is off to an excellent start during this first portion of 2022! They have been meeting twice weekly, however, they are still looking for additional donations of playable instruments for students, either acoustic or classical! 

Annual Spring Auction

As we reflect on the importance of our largest community fundraising event, we are reminded of our commitment to growing our Variable Tuition program which helps to ensure that a Waldorf Education is made more accessible and equitable to families who value our mission and approach to education, regardless of their financial circumstances.  In alignment with this initiative, we are proud to announce that all proceeds from the 2022 WSL Spring Auction, Bluegrass, Blue Jeans, & BBQwill go directly towards the WSL Variable Tuition program.
This year’s event will be free-of-charge for current WSL parents and faculty to attend ~ dressed comfortably in your favorite pair of blue jeans while celebrating everything magical about Louisville ~ spectacular bluegrass music, delicious BBQ, and our extraordinary Waldorf community!
Read more about the event, including ways you can get involved by visiting our auction page here.  

Guidelines for COVID-19 Prevention

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

As part of our conscious work to move forward with care and concern for those who are the most vulnerable and marginalized, please click below to read the letter from WSL’s Faculty and Board of Trustees regarding our DEI (Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion) work. 

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If you are a WSL community member you are automatic members of PA!

Did you know we have a Facebook group for family and friends of WSL?  
It’s a great way to share and keep updated about what’s happening in our community.

In addition to supporting local, independent businesses, you can support WSL every time you shop with Amazon!

When you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to WSL. 

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Join the Parent Association Slack for ways to get involved or to keep up to date with happenings!  Not sure what Slack is or how to use it? 
Email Parent Association for help or guidance.

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