Stewardship to the Environment: a Zero Waste Student Shares

Stewardship to the Environment: a Zero Waste Student Shares

The word, “zero waste,” means to produce no waste. So, for my family, it means that if we can’t reuse it, compost it or recycle it, we will refuse it and just not buy it. So, when you have extra food scraps, you compost it, or when you’re at the store and you could choose between paper or plastic, you would pick paper. We do everything other people do like shop, eat at restaurants, wear makeup and travel, we just make conscious decisions to reduce our carbon footprint at the same time.

The Magic of Soup Day by Laura Ford

The Magic of Soup Day by Laura Ford

Ms. Laura Ford shared some insight on what Soup Day is at the Waldorf School of San Diego.  She, along with Ms. Penman and Ms. Sandelin, opened up their kitchens and classrooms to allow us to capture some of the imagery and wonderful smells & flavors. Snack is an...
Robotics by Luis Daniel and Kalyani Weiss

Robotics by Luis Daniel and Kalyani Weiss

HS siblings and founding members of the Robotics elective, Luis Daniel and Kalyani Weiss, take a moment to introduce and describe the program – now in its third year of existence at The Waldorf School of San Diego. Team Robowaves 18236 is made of six students...
Coffee Anyone, Coffee Everyone

Coffee Anyone, Coffee Everyone

Coffee Anyone, Coffee EveryoneMs. Cohen and Eighth Grade “O Coffee! Thou dost dispel all care, thou are the object of desire to the scholar. This is the beverage of the friends of God.”– Arabic Poem, “In Praise of Coffee” 1511)   As part of our work in World...