Published : Tuesday, December 4, 2018 | 1:10 PM
To close out their European and Middle Eastern geography block, Pasadena Waldorf School’s 7th grade students prepared country reports with oral and written presentations followed by a dish associated with their country they prepared to share in a potluck.
Throughout their studies of Europe and the Middle East, students enjoyed learning how geography, religion, resources, culture, and history are all intimately entwined in this region of the world. Lucky guests included 7th grade parents, 8th grade students, faculty, and staff.
About Pasadena Waldorf School
Pasadena Waldorf School was founded in 1979 and began its high school in 2012, graduating its first 12th grade in 2016. PWS is an accredited, full member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Its high school curriculum meets the University of California’s a-g entrance requirements, and its graduates have been accepted by and attend a wide range of independent and state colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. Pasadena Waldorf School strives to teach students to be creative, critical thinkers with a strong moral compass, who are open and resilient, and can turn challenges into possibilities. www.pasadenawaldorf.org