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November Volunteer Opportunities

Posted 3 months ago

Below are the Parent Engagement opportunities for November. Thank you for supporting AWS and congratulations to the Watts family. Winner of the November parking spot. Remember to log your volunteer hours in the pink binder at the front desk, and put a ticket in the jar for a chance to win the volunteer parking spot. Volunteer in November to win the parking spot for Winter Faire and the Holiday Assembly in December!

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Bridge to Nursery November 2019

Posted 3 months ago

AWS is hosting our Bridge to Nursery event on Friday, November 22nd, from 9-10:30 am. Our Willow Wood Nursery program serves children ages 3 to 4 years old. Ms. Janelle, Willow Wood Nursery Teacher, will host families and offer a peek into our Nursery program. Space is limited, and RSVP is needed. Please contact us at (716) 655-2029 or admissions@auororawaldorfschool.org to RSVP or with any questions. 

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2019-20 Raffle Launched

Posted 3 months ago

2019-20 raffle tickets are now available for purchase at $20 each. The winning tickets will be drawn on March 7, 2020, at the AWS Artisan Auction.

The grand prize winner chooses one of two trips or $4,000 cash:

  • Iceland: Northern Lights, Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle & Reykjavik City Tours: 6 Days, 5 Nights for Two; Value: $4,495
  • Jamaica: All-Inclusive Luxury Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica: 6 Days, 5 Nights for Two (includes airfare); Value: $4,595

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Winter Faire 2019

Posted 3 months ago

Aurora Waldorf School's annual Winter Faire is Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Faire is open to the public with a low $6 per person admission and plenty of free parking available. Children ages 16 and under will receive six activity tickets with their entry fee. Activities range from 1-6 tickets, with additional activity tickets for $1 each. Avoid long lines and pre-order Winter Faire Admission & Activity Tickets by December 3rd.

Order 2019 Winter Faire T-Shirts by December 2nd!

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Harvest Dinner and Fall Community Meeting

Posted 3 months ago

Join us for a Harvest Dinner fundraiser for the 8th Grade Trip, followed by the Fall Community Meeting "Creating Connections." Childcare is available for $5 per child. Preregister via Sign Up Genius

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AWS Ends the Season Strong

Posted 3 months ago

The Aurora Waldorf Eagles ended their soccer season a good note, beating St. Mary’s School for the Deaf and tying Gow!

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Seneca Nation Language and Culture Program at AWS

Posted 3 months ago

In a special whole-school assembly on October 26, 2019, students and faculty learned traditional dances from the Seneca Nation Language and Culture Program and learned about their culture.

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Volunteers

Posted 4 months ago

Thank you to Mary Emborsky for the engaging Middle School Sports newsletter recaps and Sara Lehner for photos from the soccer games!

Parents, be sure to log your hours in the book in the lobby and fill out a ticket for the monthly drawing for a chance to win the prime parking spot. 

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AWS vs Gow 10/11

Posted 4 months ago

On October 11th, the AWS Eagles visited the Gow Ravens, an all-male soccer team of 8-10th graders, for their second match-up. Game captains for the Eagles included Audrey Watts (G8), Joe Ceu (G8), and Liv Lehner (G8). On this gorgeous autumn day, Drew Kemp (G8) revved up the team with her cheers and chants. Gow took the lead early when they snuck in the first and second goals at the 3 and 5-minute marks. Ceu, starting in goal, gracefully stopped a penalty shot soon after and accumulated a total of 10 saves in the first half.

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AWS vs Olmstead

Posted 4 months ago

On October 9th, another fine fall day, the AWS Eagles soccer team challenged the Olmstead school at Rumsey Field in Delaware park. With a full team, the Eagles scored first at the 5-minute mark. The Nussbaumer siblings were back in action. Calloway (G8) crossed a pass in front of the goal to allow George (G7) an exciting first goal. The Olmstead strikers had excellent footwork, but the Eagles speed and excellent defense limited shots on goal.

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