10th Grade Maine Term at Merriconeag Waldorf High School
We are pleased to announce that Merriconeag Waldorf High School is offering 10th grade students with some previous Waldorf background (K – 8 or Waldorf homeschooling experience) a unique opportunity to join our sophomore class for 4 weeks, April 14 – May 17, or 8 weeks, April 14 - June 13, during our upcoming 4th quarter.*
Students who join us for Maine term will experience an exciting array of courses with our talented and experienced faculty: Greek History with Kristen Agudelo, Environmental Science with Ellen McCann Labbe, a one week Surveying Intensive (in NH or VT) with Jeff O'Brien, the Bible as Literature with Kristin Agudelo, Pastel Drawing with Johanna Flath, and Kinematics with Nathan Doan (8 week option only). In addition to these core courses, students will choose from a menu of electives such as Bicycle Repair, Ethnic Cuisine, Stage Combat, Zen Archery, Homesteading in Maine, Modern Dance, or an Art option.
Tuition for the program is $800/4 weeks or $1,600/8 weeks and room and board is $25/day.
For more information and to register please contact Lyn Baird, 207.865.3900, Ext. 103 or email@example.com.
* Please note: April 21 - 25 is April Break. During that time students may continue with their host family for the $25/day cost or return home if home is nearby.
Fri, Oct 3, 1:30 pm,
All parents are welcome to witness the fruits of our morning work. If it is sunny weather we will be outside on the Desert Road Campus. If it is raining, you will find us in the Community Hall.
MS XC Race :
Fri, Oct 3, MS XC Race at Scarborough, 4:15 & 4:45 pm.
HS XC Race :
Sat, Oct 4, The Festival of Champions in Belfast - which will see over 1800 runners on the course throughout the day! Click on link below for race details.
The Gift of a Commercial-Free Childhood:
Wed, Oct 8, 7 pm.
Community Hall, 57 Desert Rd, Freeport.
Donation at the door.
Dr. Susan Linn, Director of The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood & Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School will discuss the commercialization of childhood and ways to protect our children.