Our Weekly Newsletter

News for our Families and Friends
In This Newsletter
Dates To Remember
The Scrip Store is Open
April After Care Reservations
Annual Giving Reminder
May Faire
Maternity Leave
Craft Group
Graphic Design Mentor Needed
ISanctuary Jewelry in the Company of Angels
11th Grade Monologues
Hot Lunch Session
12th Grade Projects
Band and Orchestra Festival
Spring Break Sports Camp
Twice Upon A Time
100 Years Eurythmy
From the Parent Association
WSOC Golf Tournament
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater






11th Grade Monologues

7:00 p.m.



Craft Group

Ukrainian Egg   

8:30-11:00 a.m.  



Hot Lunch Order Due  


12th Grade Projects

6:00-8:00 p.m. 



 April After Care Reservations Due



NO SCHOOL: Spring Break



 Sports Camp

8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.  



  Paul Conolly - Board Chair

Gabe Frisby - Treasurer

Gina Illes - Administration Rep.

Holly Richards - College Rep.

Elisabeth Beck - College Rep. 

Brooke Tomblin

Rainer Doemer 

David Tabone

Anthony Lazzara

David Burnett

Carol Sudbeck

Jaime Stahl  



Miriam Whiteley

Ingrid Feck

Kimberly Telfer-Radzat

Nancy Mitchell

Chris Bennett

Masami Inoue

Robin Theiss 

Elisabeth Beck

  Holly Richards  

Catherine Averett 

Jenell Carlson    

Deborah Waring    


Scrip Logo Transparent

Dear Families,

  • Have you picked up your 2nd quarter scrip profit totals yet? Please do so in The Scrip Store. We are not mailing these. The next quarterly report will be issued after the 3rd quarter, April 30th.
  • We have MANY bonuses going on right now: iTunes (10%), JoAnn's (8%), Home Depot (5%), $10 Starbucks (9%), Bath & Body Works (18%), Buco di Beppo Restaurant (10%), California Pizza Kitchen (6%), $100 Gap/Old Navy/Banana Republic/Athleta/Piperlime (16%), KMart/Sears/Osh Hardware (7%), Lands End (18%) and Smart & Final (5%)~WHEW!
  • For American Express gift cards: please go to to register & order~we are unable to stock it anymore in The Scrip Store. All orders placed at received by 9AM Monday will be received by Wednesday afternoon. Our enrollment code is 2C23E35E6868.  Flyers explaining all of this in The Scrip Store.
  • You may also re-load certain gift cards and receive scrip credit. For example: Starbucks, Gap, CVS, Bath & Body Works & Lowe's, just to name a few. Re-load, re-use, reduce! For more information, go to
  • Do you have your scrip for our TWO WEEK SPRING BREAK??? The last day to stock up for the 10 days off of school is Friday, March 30th at 3P.M. At this time, we have plenty of everything...but don't wait...we may not be able to re-stock in time! Included is the latest scrip order form or go to & look for the scrip tab, order form to order online.
Thank you for you ongoing support of WSOC via 
The Scrip Store ~ our customers are breaking records 
this year!! 

Sandy Meadows, Scrip Coordinator 

949.574.7775, ext 204




April After Care Reservation forms are now available in the front office.  Don't forget to turn yours in  

by Friday, March 30.

For your convenience, please click here  

to print your reservation.  

Reservations can be faxed to 949-574-7740. 






The phone campaign is happening now! 

Although our volunteer callers are happy to  

speak with you about what Annual Giving  

does for our school,

if you already know the drill, you can save them the call.


100% commitment from our parent community the goal.


If you have not yet donated or pledged, we have envelopes in the front office or go to

Thank you.

Thermometer 3.22.12    


Percent participation of all WSOC families  

as of 3/22/12.


   MAY FAIRE       

May Faire is just around the corner!

Don't forget to start thinking about flower donations!  


Click here to print your donation request form today! 



Our dear Ms. Marissa will be going on maternity leave as of Friday, March 30. Marissa and her husband Martyn expect their baby before the end of April. Please stop by the office to offer your well wishes before she leaves! Several people have asked if Marissa has a registry. If you would like to get the baby a little gift, you can check in with Nona, there is a registry for Marissa at the Company of Angels.



We would like any old wool sweaters for a recycled sweater craft that we are doing in April.  Old washed and shrunken ones are acceptable as well.

Thank you!

Rachel Skelly 




Graphic Design 

Amelia Meier, in the 12th grade, is looking  

for a mentor in Graphic Design within  

our community.   

Anybody interested in mentoring can contact 949-370-7992.  




Please come to the Company of Angels to see the new ISanctuary jewelry that Misha Skelly picked out!  ISanctuary is a non-profit organization that empowers survivors of Human Trafficking with social enterprising opportunities.  The jewelry is hand made in India by those survivors.

Please support this worthwhile cause! 



The Blue Banana 

It is with great enthusiasm and excitement that we encourage you to attend the 11th Grade Monologues on Saturday, March 24 at 7:00 p.m. in Eurythmy Hall.

Tickets are being sold by the High School students for $8 pre-sale and $10 at the door.

Please note that we are recommending the performance for grades 7 and up.
Some of the material is
not appropriate for
younger children.
However, we would like to encourage
the parents of younger children to attend, as it is a window into what is ahead as part of the full curriculum at WSOC.



      FOR APRIL 16-MAY 18 



You can still go online to 

and view the menus however to order your hot lunch you must fill out this form - click here - and bring it in to the office along with a check made out to  

Class of 2016.   

All orders and checks must be received by  

Thursday March 29.   



    12TH GRADE PROJECTS       

Thursday, March 29

6:00 - 8:00 PM


As part of a year-long project, each of the 12th Grade students generated and have been living with "a question."  On March 29, they will share with us the experience and process of delving into their question in a 5-minute presentation.   


Following the presentations, the community will engage interactively with the students regarding their experience in a fair-like atmosphere.  You are invited and encouraged to come share in this moment with them, as the interactive component actually depends on you.  This is open to students grade 7 and up and adults.   


No younger children, please.  



On the 21st of March the 7/8 grade orchestra traveled to the Southern California Orchestra and Band Association (SCSBOA) Festival located at Garden Grove High. Middle schools and high schools throughout Orange County traveled to this event to receive feedback and ratings from three highly respected adjudicators from the SCSBOA association. The adjudication included our students performing 3 challenging selections of music along with performing a "sight read" selection (they performed music without having seen the music before) for a fourth adjudicator in a separate location.


Upon completing this 2 hour process, our students received a Superior  rating on all of the songs performed, which is the highest to be achieved of the ratings given. The Waldorf School orchestra was one of 4 schools out of 16 to be selected to attend Regionals, as only groups with a Superior rating are invited to attend. Regionals will occur in the month of May. 


Our students have been diligent in placing time into practicing and do follow instruction well. They have worked hard and I am truly proud of their accomplishments.



 Sports Balls

Dates: Monday, April 2 - Friday, April 6

Times: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Where: WSOC 

Fees: $45 a day or $200 a week


Sports Camp for ages 8 and up

Fun and Games Camp for rising first grade to age 8


For more info, click here.     




Next week Twice Upon A Time  will be run by our 12th grade students as a fundraiser for their trip to Belize.  The students will be bringing in their gently worn clothes, toys and books.   


All monetary donations will be given to  

the 12th Grade class.  


Twice Upon A Time will be open  

Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Thanks for your support! 



100 Years of Eurythmy 


Celebrating an Amazing Century:   

100 Years of Eurythmy 

Saturday, March 31st, 7:30pm   


Rudolf Steiner Community Center

110 Martin Alley

Pasadena, CA  91105


All are warmly invited to join us for this  

celebration of the 100th anniversary of  

the birth of the Art of Eurythmy.  The

festive program, offered by eurythmists from  

the Southern California region, will include solo  

and group performances including musical pieces by Bach and Mozart and the poetry 

of Mary Oliver, and touch on the history of eurythmy.


Admission:  $20, Children free.   


This troop of talented Eurythmy artists visited WSOC earlier this week to perform for our students.  It is beautiful, and well worth your while.  


For more info, click here




 The Company of Angels is in urgent need of Slice of Heaven bakers to bring goodies in the a.m. after drop off. Cookies, cupcakes, and other scrumptious single-serve goodies (sets of 12 are best) welcomed. All proceeds benefit our school! Currently we have once-weekly shifts available on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We encourage people to commit to at least a few months. If that seems daunting, you can share a shift with a friend. It is a really great, uncomplicated way to show your support for our school. 


Click on the link below, sign in with your email and you will be directed to the baking calendar. It's super easy.




Arroyo Trabuco Golf 1 


3rd Annual WSOC Golf Tournament

and Wine-Tasting Mixer (NEW THIS YEAR)

Thursday, May 17 

10:00 a.m. for Golf

5:30 p.m. for Wine-Tasting & Auction


Tickets on sale NEXT WEEK!





Alvin Ailey

On March 8, 2012 Grades 4, 6 and 7 went by bus to see the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater perform at Segerstrom Hall. It was the first time most of us had seen the Company perform, and our excitement showed on the bus ride there.


The theater was full of kids from other schools. We had the chance to see the dancers warm up on stage. One of the dancers talked to us about the pieces they would perform.


The dancers were fantastic. Being a dancer myself, I have always been a great believer in dance, and I really appreciated the performance. The Company performed three pieces: "The Night Creature," a solo called "Takademe" (my favorite), and finally the ballet choreographed by Alvin Ailey himself, "Revelations." Ailey's "Revelations" is a beautiful piece in which the people are led out of darkness and depression into the light.

In this moving piece, accompanied by a series of well-known spirituals, I feel the dancers captured what Alvin Ailey dedicated his life to, the beauty and meaning of dance.


Grace Tomblin Marca

Grade 6