Week at a Glance January 21 – 25

Week at a Glance January 21 – 25 Dear VWS Families and Guardians, As noted in the Week at a Glance email last week, we have a series of exciting Parent Education evenings coming up this term. The first of which is this Thursday with acclaimed author and speaker Kim John Payne. He will be presenting a lecture based on his best-selling book

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Spring Fair Call-out for Vendors

Spring Fair Call-out for Vendors Hello dear crafters and vendors, it’s coming up to that time of year again for our annual Spring Fair! The fair will be held on Saturday, April 13th before Easter. Attached is the vendor application for the market including contact details – please note the application deadline is March 8th. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Week at a Glance January 14 – 18

Week at a Glance January 14 – 18 Dear VWS Families & Guardians, I hope everyone is well settled in after the Winter Break. The Grade School is abuzz with excitement as students prepare for class plays, basketball games, snowshoeing in Whistler, and more. Our 8th Grade class is spending the week at the High School to get a taste

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Educational Assistant

Educational Assistant The Vancouver Waldorf School invites candidates to apply for the following part-time position: Educational Assistant for Child on the Autism Spectrum Position Summary The Educational Assistant will aid the Grade 1 Teacher in meeting the goals and objectives of the IEP for a specific child by working one-on-one with this child in the context of the classroom. The

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Grade 1 Teacher

Grade 1 Teacher Established in 1971, the Vancouver Waldorf School offers school programs from Parent and Tot through to Grade 12. Waldorf education has been growing steadily in the Pacific Northwest of North America, and the Vancouver Waldorf School is one of several Waldorf schools in the region. This provides many opportunities for personal growth for faculty and staff, deepening

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High School Humanities

High School Humanities The Vancouver Waldorf School is seeking a committed teacher for Grade 9-12 English & Social Studies classes. Candidates must have BC Teaching Certification and interest in Waldorf Education.  Our High School teachers are contributing members of the Vancouver Waldorf School, actively involved in the life of the school through (among other things) participation in Faculty meetings, School events and committees

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Have Your Say Online – Thanks for your input

Have Your Say Online Thanks for your input A heartfelt thanks to all those who took the time to provide valuable input into what we are doing well and where we have the greatest opportunities for growth or improvement.  We are excited to have received over 130 thoughts and over 2400 ratings of those thoughts to help us determine what

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Week at a Glance December 10 – 14

VWS Winter Wonder Chalk Drawing by Christina Price

Week at a Glance December 10 – 14 Dear VWS Families, Our annual Christmas Music Concert is this week, on Wednesday, December 12, 7:00 pm at Highlands United Church. Grade School students will be rehearsing during class time on Tuesday, December 11, and are required to bring their instruments and sheet music. As a reminder, all Grade School students will

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Simplicity Parenting

Simplicity Parenting with Kim John Payne Using the extraordinary power of less to raise calmer, happier & more secure kids Learn how to simplify toys, books & clothes, meals & bedtimes, schedules and to filter out the adult world. Thursday, January 24 7:00 pm LOCATION Arbutus Room Delbrook Community Centre 851 West Queens Rd North Vancouver REGISTER $10 in advance or $15 at the

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Have Your Say Online – Thought Stars

Have Your Say Online Shape Our VWS Future! Dear Parents, Guardians and extended community members, We’re now up to 60 thoughts so far. There are some great ideas! We need more people to rate the thoughts in the Star step to help us understand what’s most important to our community. Click here to participate before Sunday, December 16th. The results of this Thoughtexchange will help us

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Christmas at the Red Door Store

Christmas at the Red Door Store We have been able to open each weekday morning 8:30 – 10:30 am and almost every afternoon for half an hour at pick up thanks to our stellar volunteers. Thank you Ute and Nicole for your constant help and commitment! The store is fully stocked with beautiful items for Christmas including Terrasoul’s Elderberry syrup

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Oberufer Shepherds’ Play

The VWS is proud to present our annual rendition of Oberufer Shepherds’ Play Thursday, December 20, 7:00 pm Come one, come all! Each year, on the last day of school before the winter break, the faculty, staff, and members of our community come together to perform The Shepherds’ Play, as a gift to the students and parents in our community.

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Have Your Say Online – Shape our VWS Future!

Have Your Say Online Shape Our VWS Future! Dear Parents, Guardians and extended community members, As part of our commitment to continual improvement, we want to hear your thoughts on what the school is doing well and what you believe are our greatest areas for improvement in delivering a Waldorf education. Your voice is crucial, valued and will help us shape the

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Week at a Glance December 3 – 7

VWS Winter Wonder Chalk Drawing by Christina Price

Week at a Glance December 3 – 7 Dear VWS Families, Thank you to everyone who generously took part in our Food Drive these past 2 weeks. Together, we collected 10 full boxes of nutritious food items that will be donated to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank to distribute to people in need. This afternoon, students in Grade 4 helped to draw

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Reflections on the 48th Children’s Christmas Fair

Reflections on the 48th Children’s Christmas Fair Since the Children’s Christmas Fair wrapped-up for another year on Saturday evening, I have been reflecting upon the many moments over the past few months that once again brought the Fair to its gorgeous fruition. From setting a positive intention for the Fair with Laura Bergstrome in the summer, to early conversations with

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