wasatch parents

School-wide information for parents. See Class pages for class-specific information.


thank you for your support

We are extremely grateful for every bit of support our school receives! It takes a lot of investment and energy to bring the Wasatch vision to life. Thank you for volunteering and contributing to our school. It all makes such a difference.

Volunteer and Observation Guidelines

bell schedule


2021-2022 School Year In-Person Calendar

lunch menu

Current Menu

National School Lunch Program News Release

lost and found

Items that are put into the school's Lost and Found are sorted by the Lost and Found Committee on a regular basis.  The volunteers take photos of the items, which they post on this Instagram account:


To claim your student's items, you can comment on Instagram, or you can email lostandfound@wasatchwaldorf.org  On the Instagram comment or the email, please include your child's full name and their class name (or teacher name), and the Lost and Found volunteers will return the item to your child's classroom for them to bring home.

student support

media release

other key resources


The Parent-Student Handbook is a guide to school policies and culture.  It contains key information on topics including the school's stance on homework, media, wellness, and dress code.

Waldorf schools use specialized supplies that may not be found in local stores.  Rather than ask parents to purchase typical school supplies at a local store, parents at Wasatch Charter School are asked to contribute to the costs of the specialty supplies purchased by the school.  This method allows every student to have the same supplies, provides high-quality natural and artistic materials, and ensures that purchasing is done with the best possible pricing.  All supplies are provided for all students whether a contribution is made or not.

Fees are required for middle school students in the 6-8 grade.  The fee schedule is approved annually by the school's Governing Board and reflects actual costs of items and services.


If you have any issues you would like us to know about; we would love to help you with them. Please read about Healthy Communications at our school and fill out the form on that page if you still need assistance.

The advent of the Waldorf Schools was in my opinion the greatest contribution to world peace and understanding of the century.

—Willy Brandt, former Chancellor of West Germany
Former Waldorf parent, 1971 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate