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Ms Amanda McGhee with here 2nd Grade Teacher Ms. Dayle Miller, Peace Talks #2

Peace Talks, Episode 2: Ms. Amanda McGee Grade 2

Our second episode of Peace Talks feathers 2nd Grade Teacher Ms. Amanda McGee. She is interviewed by here very own 2nd Grade Teacher, Ms. Dayle Miller. Enjoy!

Peace Talks, Episode 1: Alan Mulligan, Grade 3 Teacher

Listen in to hear why Alan Mulligan believes in our school and what he hopes for within education, and most importantly, Waldorf education. Consider supporting Peace Valley today for Giving Tuesday!
Pizza CC-BY Rusty Clark on flickr

Parent Meeting: Help Our Garden Grow!

We will be discussing the school garden master plan, integration of the garden into the curriculum, and volunteer opportunities within this project. Additionally, we will also be kicking off a HUGE new fundraiser for our school that requires very little student involvement and could potentially raise a large sum of money for us!
Peace Valley October newsletter

October 2018 newsletter

Autumn, Issue 1: Dia de Muertos, Simplicity Parenting, Winter Garden, Upcoming Events, A Glimpse Inside the Classroom, and Peace Valley Foundation T-Shirt / Sweatshirt Fundraiser

Picture Day for grades 3 - 5 and all kindergartners

Peace Valley's picture day continues! Portraits for 3rd grade, 4th grade, all kindergarten classes, and 5th grade will be taken on the 17th starting at 9 AM.


Picture Day for 1st, 2nd, & 6th Grades

Portraits for 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 6th grade will be taken on the 16th starting at 9am
Installing trim

Building Workparty

Volunteer Opportunity. We're looking for volunteers to help install cove base around the walls in the building.

Family council

First Family Council Meeting

If you are interested in being part of the Family council leadership for this year or just want to attend this first meeting and learn what it's all about, you're welcome to attend.

Verbena hastata

Native Garden Planting

Native Garden Planting: We will be putting about 200 native plants in the ground on September 15th, starting at 9am.

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