The Rudolf Steiner School welcomed representatives from the Ackerman Institute into our community on March 8 for an evening of learning and understanding about gender diversity and best practice guidelines for transgender and gender-expansive students.
Ashima has been a student at the Steiner School since she was three-years old. She began climbing outdoors in Central Park when she was seven-years old.
The Rudolf Steiner School is proud to announce that the Class of 2016 had an extraordinary college acceptance season this year. The focus of our college guidance program is to guide and support students in finding colleges and universities that are the right fit for each student.
[After reading Henry’s story, read the preview article from The Bulletin Magazine about the making of “Typewriter,” written by Language Arts teacher Rosemary Hester] When he entered the room, he tripped over an overturned lamp and fell face first onto the carpet. The first thing he noticed wasn’t that his money and his TV had been […]
Interesting article about technology in schools. This article from The Guardian (UK) focuses on a Waldorf school in Nottingham, UK. While this school, Iona, does not allow its students to use technology in the school and discourages its use at home, it is important to point out that many Waldorf schools, including Rudolf Steiner School NYC, […]
“Kids, even good kids, sometimes make mistakes. Our goal as parents is not to prevent mistakes, but to help kids learn from those mistakes. But if they are scared to tell us about their mistakes, they can get in over their heads and end up making even bigger mistakes to try to cover their trail.”
“In October 2014, I published Snapchat: Do those pictures really disappear forever? The objective was to provide an introduction to this relatively new app that was gaining popularity at an alarming speed. As I read over this blog today, I realize some of the basic information still holds true.”
“For some of us, this might be your kids 1st week of summer vacation and you are basking in the freedom from hectic schedules, the stress of homework, and sleeping a little later in the mornings. For others, this might be the 3rd or 4th week of summer and the thrill of freedom might be starting to wear thin at times.”