Community Study Group
Mondays, starting september 30
8:30 - 9:30 am (after drop-off)
Please join us as we continue to carry our community study from last year, sharing in the insights, and wisdom of Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy.
It is our hope that we continue serving our community by deepening our understanding ( through study and eurythmy) about our children’s eduction, an Education towards Freedom, for Ourself, our Children and our World. Let us carry together:
Light in our thinking, warmth in our feeing, strength in our deeds for these times...
All are welcome.
Lisa Bono and her family are new to Cedarwood and Portland, moving here in December, 2018. Lisa holds a M.S. Ed in Waldorf Education and is the founding teacher of the New Amsterdam School, a Waldorf School in NYC. Lisa comes with 15 years experience working to build early childhood Waldorf eduction in schools and communities in the greater NY metro area, as well as in Kathmandu, Nepal. Current projects take Lisa to initiative work in children’s homes throughout Nepal and working with children and adults living with Autism. Lisa is grateful for the opportunity to serve the Cedarwood community through the community study group and beyond.
Oana Havris (Ms. Havris) teaches eurythmy (K-8) at Cedarwood Waldorf School. She has been involved in the Waldorf movement since her graduation from Antioch University New England in 2003, where she completed her M.S. in Education and obtained her Waldorf Teacher Certification. Oana began her eurythmy training in Portland in the Cedarwood first grade room (which used to be the Eurythmy classroom) and then graduated from the Rudolf Steiner College Eurythmy Training. She followed up with post graduate studies in Spring Valley, NY, where she gained professional eurythmy stage experience. Oana is delighted to bring eurythmy to the Cedarwood children and the community – right where she took her first steps towards a eurythmy-full life.