Distance learning continues – WWS Gr. 4 students still participate in music classes and enjoy a mini-concert online, playing for one another to keep everyone motivated!
Gr. 8’s are learning about the American, French and Industrial Revolution as part of World Geography, comparing the values, worldviews, and beliefs of human cultures and societies in different times and places. Students are encouraged to explore different mediums and forms of expression in their assignments to provide learning through hands-on discovery and experience, even from a distance.
Art re-created at home! Some grade 7 students participated in the Art History Challenge that recreated works of art with objects (and even younger siblings) that were found at home during self-isolation.
Thank you to all the essential workers in our community! You are helping keep us safe and we appreciate everything you do!
Grade 8, Oak’s illustration of a scientist who has made contributions to the field of chemistry!
A forum for WWS Community Posts
Sharing ideas & accomplishments outside of the classroom
During our indefinite school suspension, we are reaching out to the community members of WWS to post their pictures of home study projects and daily activities to whistlerwaldorf.com
In the upcoming weeks we will share them in the weekly school E-news and on our website as positive contributions to our continuing Waldorf education outside of the classrooms.
You can also post thoughtful comments and inspirational messages to your fellow WWS community members including your teachers, the Parent Advisory Committee and the many family members that make up Whistler Waldorf School.
Let’s keep in touch during this challenging time with your uplifting ideas, affirmations and amazing contributions.