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No School

February 21-25


Rudolf Steiner's 150th Birthday Celebration

Tuesday, March 7, 7 p.m.

Eurythmy Hall



March 7 -11


High School Art Festival

Friday, March 18



Work to transform the containers into eco-classrooms has begun today at ConGlobal, located in Long Beach. To find out more about ConGlobal, check out their website:


I am hoping that many of you have taken the time to look over our self study. If you haven't had a chance, CLICK HERE  

We are preparing for our 7 visiting accreditation team members that will arrive on February 27.

The teachers agreed this year to have the Parent Association forego 'Teacher Appreciation' and instead focus their energy on providing the hospitality needed for our guests. If you are interested in lending a hand to make the accreditation team feel the warmth of our community you can send me an e-mail at

Check out our Facebook page!

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Tip for the Week
SLOW DOWN! The speed limit has not changed, it is still 25 mph on your way in. Once in the parking lot, it reduces to a maximum of 15 mph. Please be aware of your speed at all times.

You are most warmly invited to come and join us for 

Rudolf Steiner's 150th Birthday Celebration


Monday, March 7

7 p.m.

in the Eurythmy Hall


After introductory Eurythmy and music, there will be four speakers with contributions on different aspects of Rudolf Steiner's life and work.  At the end there will be some time for questions and comments, and the evening will close with another brief presentation of Eurythmy.


Do come along and find out more about 'the teachers' teacher,' without whom none of us would be here at WSOC.


Basketball Camp
for Grades 1-8
during the February Break
Click HERE for the flyer!
Sign-up sheet available in the office
2nd Annual WSOC Golf Tournament
Monday, March 28, 2011

 Click HERE to RSVP


We are now accepting donation items.  Please use your creativity, but here are a few ideas:  sporting goods/golf-related items, experiences, hand-made items, services, restaurant certificates, electronics. Please use this form to submit auction items. Deadline, March 14.


Volunteer to help.  We need help both in advance of the event, and at the tournament itself. Contact Denise at for more information.


Forward the Invitation.  If you know someone who might be interested in golfing or supporting this event, please contact Denise at

Sincere thanks, 


Colum Clarke, B. Kent Kerbs, Colin Severn and Donald Sun


WSOC is incredibly grateful to CIGNA for their very generous support, as the title sponsor of this event.   CIGNA's support is making a huge difference in the success of this fundraiser.  Thank you, CIGNA!

Annual Giving Update

Thank you for the support. The community participation is wonderful to see. The percentages continue to grow. We still need your help!  

David Tabone and Megan Brown

AGC Co-Chairs


Check out your class progress by clicking HERE

Groundbreaking Article and Photos

This article was written by Mr. Jim Fitzpatrick, who was our special guest at our Groundbreaking Ceremony as a member of the Costa Mesa Planning Commission.  Mr. Fitzpatrick also publishes a regular "green" column in the local paper. The photos were taken by Scott Smeltzer who works for the LA Times.

Click here for article

Click here for photos  


Hot Lunch Forms Due TOMORROW! 

Click HERE for the new form!


Dress Code Addendum 

Please read over this document regarding addition to our dress code. These changes will take affect after our February break.



Handwork Assistant

Are you a quick learner? Do you have any knitting or crocheting experience? Ms. Angie needs you to help in the classroom! Here are the hours:

Monday 11:00-12:40

Tuesday 11-12:40

Wednesday 2:00-2:50

Thursday 1:10-2:00


Director of Admissions Position
(Playgroup through Grade 12)

The Director of Admissions is a full-time position that is responsible for ensuring consistent follow through and integrity in admissions procedures as well as developing a marketing plan to ensure the healthy enrollment of the school from playgroup through grade 12.


A commitment to and experience with Waldorf pedagogy.   A minimum of 2 years administrative experience.  Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills and proficiency in computer skills (word,  excel,  campustrakker, constant contact).


For more details on the position please come into the front office and pick up an application package.