From April 19 through 21, 53 volunteers from our Waldorf community of current 8th grade students from the Orchard Valley Waldorf School, parents, staff and alumni, alumni parents, grandparents, Board members, and AWSNA's current Board of Trustees will gather to work at the Lakota Waldorf School. Lowe's Lumber has contributed materials for a deck, a play house, an
outhouse, and a classroom loft.
Teachers at the Denver Waldorf School are dyeing silk for curtains for the classroom to be made. The AWSNA Board will hold its spring meeting in a tipi.
This is the second annual service weekend sponsored by AWSNA. As was p
ossible at the Waldorf school of New Orleans last year, the Lakota Waldorf School stands a chance to be transformed in a weekend with heads, hands and hearts working together for positive change. We even have staff from New Orleans coming up to "pay it forward" with us.
Think of us from wherever you are! Strength through collaboration never had such a productive proof point as this!