In response to vigorous interest in its Early Childhood programs, Monadnock Waldorf School will open a third early childhood classroom in September. The school announces the appointment of Lisa Freeman to the position of lead teacher for its newest mixed-age kindergarten class. Lisa is a highly experienced early childhood teacher with over 20 years of teaching at both the Lexington Waldorf School, Lexington, Massachusetts, and at Pine Hill Waldorf School, Wilton, New Hampshire. She studied at Emerson College in Sussex, England and holds a Master’s Degree in Waldorf Education from Antioch New England University. In addition, Lisa has completed a specialized three-year kindergarten training program to support the healthy development of young children.
The Nursery-Kindergarten, 424 Old Walpole Road, Keene, situated on 12 acres of woods and fields, surrounds young children with natural beauty and providing opportunities for daily outdoor activities. The program offers family-friendly hours, with before school and aftercare through 5:30 pm. The Waldorf approach to learning encourages imaginative play, games, stories, and movement as a foundation for intellectual learning in the students’ elementary and high school years. Tuition assistance is available for the Nursery and Kindergarten programs. For more information, contact Pat Meissner, Director of Outreach and Enrollment, Monadnock Waldorf School: 357-4442 Ext 105, or email@example.com.
Opening minds to inspired life-long learning, Monadnock Waldorf School, founded in 1976, serves over 200 students, ages 2 years, 9 months, through high school at its three campuses in Keene. Working with the insights of Austrian educator and scientist Rudolf Steiner, Monadnock Waldorf School is one of over 1000 Waldorf schools worldwide.