Our Weekly Newsletter

News for our Families and Friends
In This Newsletter
Dates To Remember
The Scrip Store is Open
Annual Giving Reminder
Maternity Leave
Class of 2016 Recycles
Craft Group
12th Grade Projects
League of Fellowship Champions
Hot Lunch Session
April After Care Reservations
Strength In Numbers
Lost and Found
Early Childhood Spring Camp
Spring Break Sports Camp
Twice Upon A Time
100 Years Eurythmy
May Faire
From the Parent Association
Now Open For Business
Class of 2012 Produce Bags






Hot Lunch Order Due  


12th Grade Projects

6:00-8:00 p.m. 



 April After Care Reservations Due



NO SCHOOL: Spring Break



Spring Camp with Miss Holly and Miss Deborah 

9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.  



Spring Camp with Miss Holly and Miss Catherine 

9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.    



 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    



We thank two wonderful parents, Cynthia Sandoval Dardis and Steve Pope, who recently stepped down from the Board.


Cynthia's expertise in the field of employment law was invaluable to the school but more importantly her availability to us and her objective viewpoint allowed us to work in confidence.


Steve's financial expertise and input has been instrumental to the Board for the past three years. The financial forecasting model he created allows the Board to make informed decisions based on projected income and expenses.


Both these Board members will be very much missed not only for their knowledge but also for their active and positive participation. We are blessed to continue to have them both in our community as parents and available to the Board on a consultative basis.


Thank you Cynthia and Steve!


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 tomorrow Friday, March 30th at 3 P.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



  We are very grateful for the participation in this year's Annual Giving campaign.  The volunteer phone-a-thon staff is hard at work NOW to bring our participation from 70% to 100%.  If you already have an understanding of why Annual Giving is a necessary part of our extraordinary school, then we highly encourage you to save our volunteers the time of having to call you.  Envelopes are in the main office or you can go to   Otherwise, please accept the phone call as a kind reminder (from a volunteer parent) of why 100% commitment from our parent community is the goal.  Thanks!


Thermometer 3.29.12



Percent participation of all WSOC families  

as of 3/29/12.



Warm Wishes to Daisy Barnard, High School teacher and mother of Lark in 4th Grade; who is expecting a baby boy ( "BB" Baby Barnard)  April 7th, 2012.   


Grade 8 Recycling 

The class of 2016 set up a campus wide recycling program and has been working diligently every Tuesday morning to collect and sort aluminum cans and plastic bottles that will be redeemed for cash to go toward their class trip. This dumpster when full will bring the class $1,500. which will help them get to their destination of Kauai come June. When we return from Spring Break, PLEASE bring in your CRV items (no glass) to school, drop them off by the flag pole, and know you have 20 8th graders thanking you for your support.




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 



Inform AWSNA Logo   

"'Inform' is a publication sent by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) to all the affiliated Waldorf schools in its membership to keep parents, teachers, board members, alumni, and all those interested in Waldorf Education informed of the current events affecting Waldorf schools nationally and internationally.  


For the latest issue, click here



    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.  




HS BB Champions   

On March 22, our High School Boys Basketball Team earned the title of LEAGUE CHAMPIONS.  After an undefeated season in league, where they put together 14 wins, they remained victorious in a competitive and physical championship match vs. Harvest Christian, with a final score of 40 - 32.  They brought home the rather large and shiny trophy seen in the photo above. 


Coach Hugh Brennan is extremely proud of their season and their sportsmanship.  For all you sports fans who wanted to be there for the big game, but couldn't, please read the  attached....this is Coach Hugh's play-by-play of how the game transpired.  Congratulations team! 




      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.   





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. 




What a blessing to see our strength and success tangibly recognized in our re-registration.  96% of our students have re-registered for the fall.  It is always so gratifying to have parents take that very conscious, active step of saying "YES" to Waldorf education and WSOC.  We are very appreciative for our community and their deep commitment.




Lost and Found Gnome 

Don't forget to check the lost and found outside the front office between today and tomorrow!  All leftover items will be donated to a local charity! 
Thank you! 



Miss Holly and Miss Deborah

April 2 through April 5

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

$40 per day


Miss Holly and Miss Catherine

April 9 through April 13

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

$40 per day


Camp meets in the Kindergarten classroom!

For more info, click here!  



 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 last week to perform for our students.  It is beautiful, and well worth your while.  


For more info, click here



   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! 



 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  

Our 3rd Annual Golf Tournament  

is around the corner  

Thursday, May 17


Tickets for Golf, the Wine-Tasting Mixer, and lots of fun are currently on sale on the web.

If you simply don't golf and can't even think about it...please join us for the evening activities.

If you are unable to attend, there are lots of ways to support this valuable fundraiser.  You can donate something, solicit a donation, invite a golfer, or volunteer to help.  We're looking for all kinds of donations to use as auction items:  entertainment/experiences, sports, food & wine, travel, services and the obvious, but very popular, GOLF merchandise!  Please think about what you have access to, and either put us in touch with them, or try to procure it yourself.  Deadline for items is May 1.

Donation Form

Solicit a Donation 

Event Brochure

Volunteer to help  

WSOC Golf Website 



Produce Box 

New session begins following Spring Break, Wednesday, April 18.  $40 for 4 weeks.  If interested, please sign up in the front office!