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Fifth Grade Pentathalon
Grace, glory, athleticism, new friendships, and finding favor with Apollo. Having honed their pentathalon skills, fifth graders from area Waldorf Schools gathered at Kimberton to competed in javelin, discus, relays, long-jump, and wrestling.
Fourth Grade Class Trip
The fourth grade took a trip to Ricketts Glen State Park, taking in the beautiful scenery and numerous waterfalls!
Our third through twelfth graders were divided into two teams (Blue and White) to compete in athletic contests, including a final Grand Relay.
Kindergarten Celebrates Summer Birthdays
The kindergarten had a “birthday parade,” marching around the school grounds playing musical instruments in celebration of all their classroom friends who have birthdays in the summer. Five children celebrated their summer birthdays together; they each received a birthday book, made of pictures from all their friends in the class.
Outdoor Fun in First Grade
The first grade also made stone soup in the woods; they gathered stones, sticks, and branches for the fire and added vegetables to the soup!
Kimberton Waldorf School Garden
The first day of gardening for the ninth grade in March and the last day in June. What a difference a few months can make!
The seventh graders planted flowers by the middle school.
The fifth graders helped out in the garden by planting butternut squash seeds and sunflowers.
In other classroom happenings…
The second grade wrote animal stories and completed a book for the poem "The Circle of Days," based on "The Canticle of the Sun," written by St. Francis of Assisi.
The Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2014 was a special occasion for our community to share and reflect on the memories and accomplishments of our graduating seniors. Click here to read more and view photos.
Each year at Kimberton Waldorf School begins and ends with a Rose Ceremony. In the fall, at our welcome assembly, it is the role of the new twelfth graders to present roses to the budding first graders as they begin their journey through the grades. At the end of the school year, another Rose Ceremony took place. The first graders, grown in height and confidence, offered roses to their twelfth grade buddies, marking another significant transition. Click here to read more and view photos.