Kimberton Waldorf School

Kimberton Waldorf School

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Association of Parents

The Association of Parents enhances the interaction between the school and the parents in a wide variety of ways. We hold meetings throughout the year.

Meeting Minutes:
October 17, 2013 
The remaining meetings of the year are tentatively scheduled for
       Thursday, January 9
       Thursday, April 10
       Thursday, July 17
All meetings will take place at 7:30 pm in the HS Library
Opportunities for parent involvement abound. Please know that as a parent of a Kimberton Waldorf School student, you are a member of this association and your involvement, through meeting attendance and volunteer activities, is encouraged and sincerely appreciated.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering time to support the students and staff of Kimberton Waldorf School is a wonderful way to connect with other parents and the larger community!
Opportunities abound and are broad-ranged, running the gamut from welcoming new parents, to preparing or serving lunch in our organic school lunch program, to helping increase community awareness about Kimberton Waldorf School. There are options for any parent’s schedule. To sign up as a volunteer, please complete the Volunteer Interest Survey.

Current opportunities are as follows (space is available on any committee):

Community Spirit Fund Committee - This committee assists with the annual fund effort. Activities include sending letters and emails, making phone calls to other parents requesting their support, and brainstorming about new ideas.
Craft Show Committee - This committee plans and executes the annual craft show, which raises money for the J. Terry Neville Scholarship Fund. The Craft Show features handmade crafts by juried craftspeople, a Tea Room, and children's activities.
Diversity Committee - This committee oversees the school's mission to value diversity and increase sensitivity to people of various ethnicities, backgrounds, identities, and beliefs.
Festivals Committee - This committee oversees the coordination of the school program surrounding seasonal festivals.
Food for Thought Committee - This committee helps the staff of our organic lunch program prepare and serve daily lunches to our community.
Outreach Committee - This committee helps move forward the school's marketing efforts by brainstorming about new ideas, attending outreach events, posting reviews on websites, etc.
Parent Education Committee - This committee plans and facilitates meaningful parent education programs and speakers, including ad hoc parenting issue discussion groups.
Parent Welcoming Committee - This committee is tasked with managing the new parent program, which includes parent mentors, the new parent welcome event, etc.
Social Events Committee - This committee coordinates social events for the parent body, including the morning "coffee cart" events and "dad's night" events.