| DATES TO REMEMBER
Wanda Lobito and Carrole Watts
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Grade 4 Play
Last Day to Shop in the Store
11:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m.
Early Dismissal at 12:30 p.m.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Paul Conolly - Board Chair
Gabe Frisby - Treasurer
Gina Illes - Administration Rep.
Holly Richards - College Rep.
COLLEGE OF TEACHERS
From The Scrip Store...
The Holiday Scrip Bonus Opportunity Program is off to a great start! Ask your Room Representative or Class Sponsor the progress of your class or come into The Scrip Store & check it out for yourself.
there are two ways to qualify for your class~
Our stock of gift cards & gift certificates is still quite hearty, so please do not delay~we hate to disappoint our customers and veteran families know that we WILL run out and not be able to re-order in a timely manner...
- Purchase a minimum of $50 worth of scrip from Nov 28 to Friday, December 16th at 1PM. The classes with 100% of their families fulfilling this requirement will receive $100 bonus for their classroom account from The Scrip Store.
- The 3 classes with the highest total dollar amount will receive $150, $100 & $75 respectively for their classroom account from The Scrip Store~ALL of your scrip purchases will help your class earn this!
And here's some really great news: Wahoo's Fish Tacos has increased their percentage to 20% for the entire month of December ~~YIPPEE!
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
Sandy Meadows, Scrip Coordinator
949.574.7775, ext 204
To order online, please click here!
For the most updated order form, click here!
WSOC ON FACEBOOK
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A gentle reminder to drive safely and responsibly in and around our campus.
We ask that everyone please adhere
to the following:
Thank you for keeping our community safe!
- No parking in the red zones.
- No parking in front of the gates where the trash is located.
- No double parking where parked cars will be blocked.
- Travel at safe speeds when in the parking lot and neighborhood.
- Please use only kind words when communicating with one another.
|CRAFT GROUP SCHEDULE|
Please join us for a simple craft taught by our very own Christine and have a cup of tea!
Here is our Wednesday
8:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m.
Felt cardinals - simple sewing project.
Magic wool fairies,
made of roving
Next year our projects include.....
Table top puppets
Needle felted silk scarves
For more info or an updated schedule, please contact
Rachel Skelly at 949-230-8302,
or drop by The COA
Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday!
|PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS|
Daniel Pitts and Katie Scavone are offering their expertise in piano and voice lessons. For more info, click here.
Rusty Vail is also offering her expertise in piano, guitar, voice, singing, recorder and pentatonic flute lessons.
If interested, please
|JEWELRY SHOW |
WANDA LOBITO AND CARROLE WATTS
TOMORROW, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2nd
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wanda has been returning to our store for 18 years running. This is a wonderful chance to purchase an original hand-crafted piece of jewelry made in silver with semiprecious stones, lapis lazuli, turquoise, spiny oyster shell and stained glass for the holidays.
Carrole creates unique brooches that are exquisitely designed. Please come in and introduce yourself to Carrole and thank her for THE COMPANY OF ANGELS - with her love of Waldorf education and children, and her extensive design and merchandising background, she founded this store in 1991.
For more info, please click here!
|6TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM|
The 6th grade girls' basketball team, The 5 Amigas, beat the administrative staff ladies' team, The Pink Panthers, by 10 points on Wednesday, November 30. It was a spirited game, but, in the end, the hard work and practice that the Amigas have put into their team came through, propelling them to victory.
5 AMIGAS - Nadia Amirmokri, Anne-Brigitte Castro, Lori Ghazarian, Eva Illes, Elena Turner
PINK PANTHERS - Eden Boric, Gina Garrison, Gina Illes, Shona Killoughery, Denise Ogawa, Erica Ruvalcaba, Kim Sava, Linda Timmons
|WINTER FESTIVAL |
December 10, 2011
1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Making crafts, rehearsing songs, baking treats, and hanging lights are all a part of the preparation
for our wonderful, festive day.
In a moment of gathering together as a community, a time is made to honor the connection we have to the changing of the light, and the bonds that hold our community together. It is a moment to recognize the sacred through song, food, and shared activity.
Here are just a few of the offerings:
- Beeswax Candle Making
- Holiday Crafting
- Elves Workshop
- 8th Grade Feast
- Candle Boats Fortunes
- Café du Monde
- Baked Treats and Hot Drinks
- Twinkle Star Cafe
- Photo Booth
- Chocolate Fondue Fountain
- Crystal Forest
- Entertainment will be provided by our children
Ticket Sales Begin Monday!
Tip: Avoid the lines, pre-purchase your tickets!
|TWINKLE STAR CAFE|
Reservation sheets are now available in the front office. Don't forget to reserve a spot today
for this magical event.
For more info, click here!
|OPENING YOUR HOME|
We are looking for families who have an extra room and would be interested in hosting someone from the wider Waldorf community.
Here are two opportunities:
- Our school is offering the space for AWSNA (Association of Waldorf Schools of North America) to hold it's annual board meeting. As a result some of the board members, made up of parents, alumni and teachers of Waldorf schools nationwide, are looking for a place to stay. The dates of the AWSNA board meeting are: January 12 - 16, 2012.
- Visiting German Student Teacher, Dominik Fuchs will be visiting January 2-January 27.
If you would like to offer your home to one of these guests, please contact Marissa at the front desk.
|12TH GRADE STUDENTS FEATURED IN FREE RANGE ZUCCHINI|
Free Range Zucchini
is an online organic life magazine published by WSOC's own, Gamboa family.
Free Range Zucchini is a magazine about "love, passion, pleasure and most of all about family and friends cooking and dining together. It's a celebration of life."
An excerpt from the article:
Students of the Waldorf School of Orange County took the initiative and set up a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program to provide the school community with organic produce mostly grown in their backyards. Once a week, the students fill large paper bags with fresh fruits, vegetables, sometimes nuts and eggs.
To read more, visit Free Range Zucchini!
**If interested in supporting the 12th grade class, stop by the front office and sign up for your produce box today!