Spring Open House Set at the Waldorf School in Bourne

Last Open House of the season

BOURNE - The Waldorf School of Cape Cod, located at 85 Cotuit Road in Bourne, will hold its last Open House of the school year this Sunday, March 26, from 1:00-3:00pm.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet faculty members, tour classrooms, view student work, get a taste of the "circle work" of the lower grades classes, and take in an early childhood marionette show.

The school's first grade teacher for the fall, David Gable, will be on hand at this event to meet prospective families. Mr. Gable will graduate the current eighth grade class in June, having completed an eight-year loop with his students. He was a founding parent at the school when it first opened in Woods Hole in 1984, and September will mark the beginning of his 19th year as a teacher at the school. In addition to teaching the first grade, he will continue to lead the school's music program.

The Waldorf School of Cape Cod is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization serving families throughout Barnstable, Plymouth, and Bristol counties. The school is affiliated with both the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America and the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America. As the only Waldorf school in southeastern Massachusetts, the Waldorf School of Cape Cod serves over 150 children each year in its parent-child classes, preschool, kindergarten, and grades one through eight.

Further information about the Open House and the school is available by contacting the school's Enrollment Director, Meredith Hunnibell, at 508-759-7499, or by visiting the school's comprehensive web site at www.waldorfschoolofcapecod.org.

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