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A Sweet Trip to Sweetfields Farm

  As part of their Waldorf education, Suncoast Waldorf School students are instilled with an appreciation for and connection with the land.  In a modern society where much of the food we consume comes to us through a… Read More

Another Beautiful May Faire

  At the end of April, our school came together as a community to celebrate May Day with our annual May Faire.  This springtime festival traditionally welcomes new growth and warm days as part of the cycle of… Read More

Suncoast Waldorf School Families Participate in Screen-Free Week

Suncoast Waldorf School is proud to officially endorse Screen-Free Week.  During this annual celebration, children, families, schools and communities are encouraged to turn off screens and turn on life.  In our modern society, children often spend far too… Read More

Why We Bake Bread

  The smell of kindergarten bread baking in the oven is a welcome staple in Waldorf schools around the world.  Apart from the wonderful aroma and homey feeling it instills in many of us, there are actually many pedagogical… Read More

Waldorf Mathematics Through the Grades

In honor of the Math Gnomes having arrived in the first grade – we thought it would be interesting to take a quick look at some of the creative ways Mathematics is taught in our Waldorf school throughout… Read More

New Kindergarten Play Structure Complete

We are so grateful to Shayne Paynter and Sunitha Pillai, parents of kindergardner Inara Paynter for building the beautiful new play structure for our Early Childhood play yard.  There has been a wonderful air of anticipation for the… Read More


By Karen Schmidt My Fourth/Fifth Grade Class journeyed to the Everglades, as a finale to their studies of Florida Geography and History and Florida’s Eco-Systems.  Myself, two courageous grown-ups (Kelly Ford and Aaron Leroux), and 24 innocent children made… Read More

Rainy Days

Last week, after an exceptionally rainy night, one corner of our meadow turned into…. a lake.  Rain coats and rain boots were donned and the children had FUN.  Many an extra outfit were needed, but it was all… Read More

3rd and 4th Grades Travel to Sweetwater Organic Farm

Ms. Schmitt’s 3rd/4th Grade class spent Friday at Sweetwater Organic Community Farm in Tampa. Gardening and Farming are part of the Waldorf Curriculum, which strives to provide practical knowledge and experiences for the children. The students weeded, composted,… Read More