wasatch wonders

a collection of wonderings and wonderful happenings for Wasatch Waldorf parents and community members

wasatch wonders




Weekly Notes March 15-19

Reminder:  Re-Registration is Due Thursday If you have not completed re-registration for your student(s), please be sure to do so by the deadline (this Thursday, March 18).  The em...

Ms. Gwen Wahlquist, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade Remote Teacher In a Waldorf second grade program, Saints and Fables are major themes of study.  (Heroes are often also mixed in...

Weekly Notes March 8-12

Daylight Savings Time:  March 14 Don't forget to set your clocks forward an hour on Saturday night/Sunday morning, March 13/14, as we move to Daylight Savings Time. Hiring We are c...

Math at Wasatch

By Alison Hodgkin, Math Specialist When enrolling a student at Wasatch Charter School, many parents are probably not considering how math will look for their child. Why would you w...

Weekly Notes March 1-5

Summer Camps Registration Opening Soon Summer Camps will again be offered this summer hosted by the Wasatch Family Foundation at the Wasatch Charter School for children ages 4 thro...

By Marla Macdonald, Creekside Preschool Teacher  How do we create a little entitled emperor? By giving our young children too many choices and overloading them with decision making...

Weekly Notes February 22-26

Will you have a kindergartener in 2022-23? If you have a child who will be in kindergarten in the 2022-23 school year, now is the time to submit your application.  Remember, even s...

What's the Secret Ingredient?

What’s the Secret Ingredient for Gardens and Schools? A beautiful bounty is produced when healthy gardens grow and thrive from loads of compost. We don’t usually refer to ourselves...

Weekly Notes February 8-12

Early Release Day Thursday, February Break Next Week Reminder:  this Thursday (February 11) has been changed to be an early release day for in-person students, with school out at 1...

Weekly Notes February 1-5

Are you doing drop-off correctly? It's time for a mid-year refresher on our drop-off procedures. Our drop-off time has gotten slower recently, so please take a moment to look at th...

Children’s play can be hard work

by Julia Macdonald, Preschool Teacher This September my class was so excited to be back together. For many, it was the first time they had been able to play with their peers in mon...

Weekly Notes January 25-29

Summer Camp Interest Survey As we plan for Summer Camps this year, we would love to get input from parents on what programs you are hoping to see offered this summer for your child...

Weekly Notes January 19-22

Hiring:  Looking for a 1st Grade Assistant We are still looking for an assistant for one of our 1st grade classes. The schedule for the position is 8:30am to 2:20pm Monday through ...

Weekly Notes January 11-15

Days Off This Week and Next Reminder, there is no school this Friday (January 15) for a teacher work day, and no school on Monday (January 18) for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Stude...

Weekly Notes January 4-8

Drive Through Lunches This Week Don't forget that the school has lunches available to be picked up, drive-through style, this week, and that lunches are free for all students. Lunc...

Weekly Notes December 7-11

Drive-Through Lunch Pickup Information For online students whose parents come to the school for drive-through lunch pickup, here are the official pickup hours going forward: 11:30a...

Weekly Notes December 14-18

Winter Break, Stay at Home Week This Thursday, December 17, is the last day of in-person school before the Winter Break. In-person students should participate in their online class...

Weekly Notes November 30-December 4

Online School This Week Reminder that this is an online school week for all students, for Monday November 30-Friday December 4. All students are expected to be logging into their G...

Weekly Notes November 23-27

This week's schedule Reminder: --Students who usually come to school 4 days per week in-person will not come to school for the rest of the week, after today. School tomorrow (Tuesd...

COVID Parent Updates November 2020

Dear Parents,  At this point in the school year, we are very happy with many aspects of how our school’s approach to addressing the Covid pandemic and the current school year is wo...

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