The Waldorf Chronicles: A Waldorf100 Initiative
After her 14-year journey the heartfelt story of how Laura Richwood found the school of her dreams for her daughter. She describes Waldorf Education as teaching students how to be human beings and find their purpose in life.
Dr. Jill Douglass, Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, shares her thoughts about the importance of authentic learning experiences.
Lesley has been a Waldorf classroom teacher, but her most notable accomplishment at WSNO is our beloved library, which she built from nothing. Find out how she did it.
We met outdoors for our interview because our school is bursting at the seams! Amy shared her experiences as a founding Waldorf parent and her thoughts on how she meshes her Judaism with Waldorf education.
Dr. Lisa Grupe has worked at Alabama Waldorf for almost 20 years. During that time, she founded the grades program, then served as Administrative Director of the school.
Naturopathic doctor Erica LePore, parent of three children who have attended Meadowbrook Waldorf School, describes what Waldorf education means to her children as they become young adults.
Tabitha Jorgenson - now parent of three Meadowbrook Waldorf School alumna, current board member, former admissions director and Latin teacher - describes her first encounter, "peaking in the windows" of Meadowbrook Waldorf School and the 20+ relationship that ensued: growing...
Cynthia Siegel describes the process of learning about Waldorf education and being a founder of Meadowbrook Waldorf School.