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Dads Night at the Bacons

That's right, the old dad, Seth Bacon is finally hosting Dads Night so you can't miss this one!  If you have not been to Dads Night, it is a free social gathering for all men of Kimberton Waldorf School.There is always plenty to eat, a variety of beverages and a bonfire. Due to the cold, I imagine most of us will be sitting around the wood stove instead of the bonfire, but that's fine too!  
 
The Bacons live in the Kenilworth area of North Coventry, but with a Pottstown address for GPS: 1113 Grandview Circle, Pottstown, PA 19465. We start at 6:30 pm and always end late, but arrive whenever you can and leave whenever you would like. You don't need to bring anything but free time. We love having new dads attend, so if you are new to the school, this is a great way to find out what you have in common with other dads. Hope to see you on Saturday, February 28th!  
 

From Sweater to Pants - Warm Woolies for our Waldorf Children

This is a free 1-hour class in which you will learn how to make a pattern from your child’s pants and use this to make “upcycled” wooly pants for him/her.

Bring: sewing machine, thread, scissors, pants, and a woolen sweater that can be cut up.

Facilitated by: Eline Glas, grandmother of a Waldorf preschool child.

Location: The Garden Building


 




High School Musical

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Many high school students are busily preparing for this year’s musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Coming to the Kimberton stage on March 5, 6, and 7, the biblical story of Joseph is told through a wide variety of musical styles. The story of Joseph, his coat of many colors, and the ever changing relationship he has with his father and brothers, is one that every Waldorf student hears in Third grade. It is a story of love, jealousy, hate, betrayal, forgiveness, and ultimately reconciliation. It is a story and a production that the KWS Musical Committee would recommend for families and children from Grade 3 and up. 

Many students, parents and faculty are helping with all aspects of this production. In addition to their work on stage, many of our high school students are helping to lead work in costume design and production, set design, and set painting. Middle school students are an integral part of the orchestra and the tech crew. In conjunction with the story of Joseph and their recent Measurement block, the Third grade is working together to make Joseph’s coat of many colors. 

James Corkum, ’04 alum is once again directing the production. Music teacher Elisabeth Tarsio is teaching the music and conducting the orchestra. Angie Foster is the assistant director and parent Susan Fudala is choreographer. Alumni parent Kris Keller has returned to produce her 8th KWS musical. 

The cast is very enthusiastic about this production’s story, humor and music. We look forward to sharing Joseph with the community. If you have any questions, please direct them to someone on the Musical Care Committee: Faculty - Elisabeth Burgess, Angie Foster, Karen Hite, Elisabeth Tarsio and Raymonde van der Stok; Director - James Corkum; or Producer - Kris Keller.  


Coffee Cart

Stop by to enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation with other KWS parents!  Coffee Cart is held every Friday morning in the Parent Hub.


High School Musical

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Many high school students are busily preparing for this year’s musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Coming to the Kimberton stage on March 5, 6, and 7, the biblical story of Joseph is told through a wide variety of musical styles. The story of Joseph, his coat of many colors, and the ever changing relationship he has with his father and brothers, is one that every Waldorf student hears in Third grade. It is a story of love, jealousy, hate, betrayal, forgiveness, and ultimately reconciliation. It is a story and a production that the KWS Musical Committee would recommend for families and children from Grade 3 and up. 

Many students, parents and faculty are helping with all aspects of this production. In addition to their work on stage, many of our high school students are helping to lead work in costume design and production, set design, and set painting. Middle school students are an integral part of the orchestra and the tech crew. In conjunction with the story of Joseph and their recent Measurement block, the Third grade is working together to make Joseph’s coat of many colors. 

James Corkum, ’04 alum is once again directing the production. Music teacher Elisabeth Tarsio is teaching the music and conducting the orchestra. Angie Foster is the assistant  director and parent Susan Fudala is choreographer. Alumni parent Kris Keller has returned to produce her 8th KWS musical. 

The cast is very enthusiastic about this production’s story, humor and music. We look forward to sharing Joseph with the community. If you have any questions, please direct them to someone on the Musical Care Committee: Faculty - Elisabeth Burgess, Angie Foster, Karen Hite, Elisabeth Tarsio and Raymonde van der Stok; Director - James Corkum; or Producer - Kris Keller.  


High School Musical

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Many high school students are busily preparing for this year’s musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Coming to the Kimberton stage on March 5, 6, and 7, the biblical story of Joseph is told through a wide variety of musical styles. The story of Joseph, his coat of many colors, and the ever changing relationship he has with his father and brothers, is one that every Waldorf student hears in Third grade. It is a story of love, jealousy, hate, betrayal, forgiveness, and ultimately reconciliation. It is a story and a production that the KWS Musical Committee would recommend for families and children from Grade 3 and up. 

Many students, parents and faculty are helping with all aspects of this production. In addition to their work on stage, many of our high school students are helping to lead work in costume design and production, set design, and set painting. Middle school students are an integral part of the orchestra and the tech crew. In conjunction with the story of Joseph and their recent Measurement block, the Third grade is working together to make Joseph’s coat of many colors. 

James Corkum, ’04 alum is once again directing the production. Music teacher Elisabeth Tarsio is teaching the music and conducting the orchestra. Angie Foster is the assistant director and parent Susan Fudala is choreographer. Alumni parent Kris Keller has returned to produce her 8th KWS musical. 

The cast is very enthusiastic about this production’s story, humor and music. We look forward to sharing Joseph with the community. If you have any questions, please direct them to someone on the Musical Care Committee: Faculty - Elisabeth Burgess, Angie Foster, Karen Hite, Elisabeth Tarsio and Raymonde van der Stok; Director - James Corkum; or Producer - Kris Keller.  


High School Musical

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Many high school students are busily preparing for this year’s musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Coming to the Kimberton stage on March 5, 6, and 7, the biblical story of Joseph is told through a wide variety of musical styles. The story of Joseph, his coat of many colors, and the ever changing relationship he has with his father and brothers, is one that every Waldorf student hears in Third grade. It is a story of love, jealousy, hate, betrayal, forgiveness, and ultimately reconciliation. It is a story and a production that the KWS Musical Committee would recommend for families and children from Grade 3 and up. 

Many students, parents and faculty are helping with all aspects of this production. In addition to their work on stage, many of our high school students are helping to lead work in costume design and production, set design, and set painting. Middle school students are an integral part of the orchestra and the tech crew. In conjunction with the story of Joseph and their recent Measurement block, the Third grade is working together to make Joseph’s coat of many colors. 

James Corkum, ’04 alum is once again directing the production. Music teacher Elisabeth Tarsio is teaching the music and conducting the orchestra. Angie Foster is the assistant director and parent Susan Fudala is choreographer. Alumni parent Kris Keller has returned to produce her 8th KWS musical. 

The cast is very enthusiastic about this production’s story, humor and music. We look forward to sharing Joseph with the community. If you have any questions, please direct them to someone on the Musical Care Committee: Faculty - Elisabeth Burgess, Angie Foster, Karen Hite, Elisabeth Tarsio and Raymonde van der Stok; Director - James Corkum; or Producer - Kris Keller.  



School Assembly

Festive Dress







Coffee Cart

Stop by to enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation with other KWS parents!  Coffee Cart is held every Friday morning in the Parent Hub.




Discover the Kindergarten


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You will have the opportunity to meet faculty and learn more about our program, which is carefully designed to respond to the developmental needs of the young child through imaginative, play-based learning. Events are held in the Kindergarten Building.

Questions? Please contact the Admissions Office at 610-933-3635 x 108 or .