KELSEYVILLE— Community nonprofit Shade Canyon School will host two general public on the web conferences to discuss the improvement of a tuition-no cost, Waldorf-motivated general public constitution college in Kelseyville, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 11 at 8 p.m. and Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 10 a.m.
At the gatherings, intrigued parents and group users can link virtually experience-to-face, see a glimpse of what public Waldorf-encouraged education would appear like in Lake County, find out about the steps remaining for Shade Canyon to turn into a public charter faculty, and inquire the school’s founders any issues they may well have.
Shade Canyon will submit a petition this spring to the Kelseyville Unified University District Board to be licensed as a charter college in the district. The school ideas to open up in fall of 2022 if approved. In its 1st yr, Shade Canyon would consist of transitional kindergarten, kindergarten, and initial quality, then include just one quality for each year till the program spans grades TK-8.
The school’s prepared curriculum weaves jointly experiential mastering, built-in topics, outdoor exploration, and a deep awareness of little one growth. The Waldorf product fosters dynamic contemplating, creative imagination, and compassion – encouraging youngsters to lead their exceptional presents to the globe.
Lake County families and neighborhood associates can RSVP for the University Development Gatherings at ShadeCanyon.org/building-group.