Children and parents listen as enrollment director Rebecca Briamonte discusses the Tucson Waldorf School, 3349 E. Presidio Road. Last Saturday's gathering also included a puppet play, which spotlighted the school's focus, integrating art, music, movement and hands-on learning into all subjects.
Teacher Nicole Williams helped with the puppet play, based on "The Little Boy who Wanted to be Carried Along All the Time."
A shepherd puppet, with animals, was part of the show. The felted wool creations were made by nursery teacher Andrea Fiser.
Mother-and-son puppets also were part of the performance. The show accented the school's creative learning focus.
The Tucson Waldorf School is hosting an Open House and Puppet Play at its Presidio Campus, 3349 E. Presidio Road on Saturday at 10 a.m.
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Students, from left, Inge Bartelsen, 8; Madlyn Hossman, 10; Leela Friedman, 10; and Alice Bates, 12; create works of art using colored markers and watercolor paper during camp at the Waldorf School.
Leela Friedman, left, and Alice Bates, work on their projects.
Inge Bartelsen receives help from teacher Carolyn Reece.
Leela Friedman works on her "gem windows" art.
Kyven Zickerman, 13, explains his aquaponics experiment to fellow students during a Tucson Waldorf School open house. The event was May 10 at the school, 3605 E. River Road. Zickerman grew thyme in the container above while raising fish below in the tank, he said. He would feed the fish, the…
From left, Hannah Levy, 14, receives a cut and bruise on her arm courtesy of classmate Omani Patchell, 13, who did her research on special-effects makeup.
Student Samone Sims, 13, created this painting to go with her project on Mexican immigration. Seventh- and eighth-graders displayed their projects.
Jorge Barboza with daughter Marisa participate in a liquid
surface tension and convection theory experiment at Tucson Waldorf
School’s Admissions Preview. The event was held Feb. 5. The school
is at 3605 E. River Road. More than 50 parents participated in the
Early Childhood and Grades overv…
Gila Goodwin, center, sings along with her class to a German
song at the Tucson Waldorf School. This classroom is one of four
new ones recently built at the school.
Students take turns reading aloud in Michael Wright's class.
This classroom is one of four new ones at the Tucson Waldorf