Nov
18
3:30 PM15:30

Drama Club

Drama club will be a weekly opportunity for 6-8th graders wanting to play with and do more drama. In each session students will participate in drama exercises and games, practice scenes, work with monologues, and work toward a Christmas time performance for the community. Club is to meet weekly with possible need for a few extra sessions near the final performance. Some line memorization at home may also be involved. Lead by David Axelrod, 6-8th grade math teacher, parent Anthroposophy teacher. Mondays, from September 9th 2019 to December 16th 20193:00- 4:30 p.m. All students will check in to Extended Day at 3:00 prior to going to Drama Club.

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Nov
20
3:30 PM15:30

Percussion Ensemble

With an emphasis on learning through play, the percussion ensemble will help students build fundamental musicianship skills. Through a unique, interactive compositional process, students will shape the music as they rehearse it. The instructor will provide basic, open-ended structures and students will fill in the details. At more advanced levels students will be invited to propose their own structures based on principles of composition they have learned through experience. A typical one-hour session will consist of a warm-up that focuses on reading and writing music notation followed by rehearsal of two or three active projects leading to a performance.

The primary objective is to make the things that are most fun about playing music at a high level (making stuff up and playing with friends) immediately accessible to beginners.

The experiences students gain by playing in a small group, improvising, and listening to each other will be valuable to them far beyond their music career. There will also be opportunities for students to play their band/orchestra instrument if they desire.
Please note that this club will NOT meet on the following dates: October 23rd and October 30th.

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Dec
2
3:30 PM15:30

Drama Club

Drama club will be a weekly opportunity for 6-8th graders wanting to play with and do more drama. In each session students will participate in drama exercises and games, practice scenes, work with monologues, and work toward a Christmas time performance for the community. Club is to meet weekly with possible need for a few extra sessions near the final performance. Some line memorization at home may also be involved. Lead by David Axelrod, 6-8th grade math teacher, parent Anthroposophy teacher. Mondays, from September 9th 2019 to December 16th 20193:00- 4:30 p.m. All students will check in to Extended Day at 3:00 prior to going to Drama Club.

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Dec
4
3:30 PM15:30

Percussion Ensemble

With an emphasis on learning through play, the percussion ensemble will help students build fundamental musicianship skills. Through a unique, interactive compositional process, students will shape the music as they rehearse it. The instructor will provide basic, open-ended structures and students will fill in the details. At more advanced levels students will be invited to propose their own structures based on principles of composition they have learned through experience. A typical one-hour session will consist of a warm-up that focuses on reading and writing music notation followed by rehearsal of two or three active projects leading to a performance.

The primary objective is to make the things that are most fun about playing music at a high level (making stuff up and playing with friends) immediately accessible to beginners.

The experiences students gain by playing in a small group, improvising, and listening to each other will be valuable to them far beyond their music career. There will also be opportunities for students to play their band/orchestra instrument if they desire.
Please note that this club will NOT meet on the following dates: October 23rd and October 30th.

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All School Open House
Dec
7
10:00 AM10:00

All School Open House

Our All School Open House is designed for parents and caregivers who are looking into Bright Water Waldorf's Early Childhood and Grades program. 

It is a perfect opportunity to visit our beautiful campus, engage in conversations with our faculty, sample student work - language arts, science, mathematics, handwork and woodwork-to name a few, explore the philosophy that informs our pedagogy, and discover the magic of Waldorf education!

*Pre-registration required.

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Drama Club
Dec
9
3:30 PM15:30

Drama Club

Drama club will be a weekly opportunity for 6-8th graders wanting to play with and do more drama. In each session students will participate in drama exercises and games, practice scenes, work with monologues, and work toward a Christmas time performance for the community. Club is to meet weekly with possible need for a few extra sessions near the final performance. Some line memorization at home may also be involved. Lead by David Axelrod, 6-8th grade math teacher, parent Anthroposophy teacher. Mondays, from September 9th 2019 to December 16th 20193:00- 4:30 p.m. All students will check in to Extended Day at 3:00 prior to going to Drama Club.

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Percussion Ensemble
Dec
11
3:30 PM15:30

Percussion Ensemble

With an emphasis on learning through play, the percussion ensemble will help students build fundamental musicianship skills. Through a unique, interactive compositional process, students will shape the music as they rehearse it. The instructor will provide basic, open-ended structures and students will fill in the details. At more advanced levels students will be invited to propose their own structures based on principles of composition they have learned through experience. A typical one-hour session will consist of a warm-up that focuses on reading and writing music notation followed by rehearsal of two or three active projects leading to a performance.

The primary objective is to make the things that are most fun about playing music at a high level (making stuff up and playing with friends) immediately accessible to beginners.

The experiences students gain by playing in a small group, improvising, and listening to each other will be valuable to them far beyond their music career. There will also be opportunities for students to play their band/orchestra instrument if they desire.
Please note that this club will NOT meet on the following dates: October 23rd and October 30th.

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Drama Club
Dec
16
3:30 PM15:30

Drama Club

Drama club will be a weekly opportunity for 6-8th graders wanting to play with and do more drama. In each session students will participate in drama exercises and games, practice scenes, work with monologues, and work toward a Christmas time performance for the community. Club is to meet weekly with possible need for a few extra sessions near the final performance. Some line memorization at home may also be involved. Lead by David Axelrod, 6-8th grade math teacher, parent Anthroposophy teacher. Mondays, from September 9th 2019 to December 16th 20193:00- 4:30 p.m. All students will check in to Extended Day at 3:00 prior to going to Drama Club.

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Percussion Ensemble
Dec
18
3:30 PM15:30

Percussion Ensemble

With an emphasis on learning through play, the percussion ensemble will help students build fundamental musicianship skills. Through a unique, interactive compositional process, students will shape the music as they rehearse it. The instructor will provide basic, open-ended structures and students will fill in the details. At more advanced levels students will be invited to propose their own structures based on principles of composition they have learned through experience. A typical one-hour session will consist of a warm-up that focuses on reading and writing music notation followed by rehearsal of two or three active projects leading to a performance.

The primary objective is to make the things that are most fun about playing music at a high level (making stuff up and playing with friends) immediately accessible to beginners.

The experiences students gain by playing in a small group, improvising, and listening to each other will be valuable to them far beyond their music career. There will also be opportunities for students to play their band/orchestra instrument if they desire.
Please note that this club will NOT meet on the following dates: October 23rd and October 30th.

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