Waldorf Public Talk and Workshop Series 2020-21
Ms. Anna Rainville's Dancing Feet and Shining Stars Around the Zoom Hearth (12/8/2020)
Join Ms. Anna for instructions to make stars with the whole family.
Enjoy the season and make your home beautiful with your children.
-1 square piece of paper and 1 glue stick.
-Paper preferred: Kite Paper or Origami Paper. Any paper will work.
Community School made it into the October 2020 Issue of the German magazine “Erziehungskunst” The proud title: A Waldorf School for everyone. (10/2020)
A Waldorf School for Everyone (article in German)
CSCE partners with NUMI Foundation to deliver high quality fresh foods to its families with COVID-19 Emergency Food Relief & Cultural CSA Program (5/2020)
Community School wins cherished Kenneth Rainin Foundation Grant - Our Third Renewal (5/2020)
CCSCE wins hotly contested Alameda County Community Food Bank Capacity Building Grant to build out our school pantry! (5/2020)
CSCE Wins coveted Irene Scully Family Foundation Grant for 3rd year in a row! (5/2020)
Mills Waldorf Professional Development Certificate Program POSTPONED till Summer 2021 (5/2020)
CSCE member of global COVID Waldorf Emergency Pedagogy Response Team (4/2020)
On a weekly basis CSCE ED attends international video conference with Waldorf Emergency Pedagogy Team Members from 34 countries to share and build up a shared strong response to the global COVID-19 crisis bearing down on our children and families.
CSCE was featured on the Better Together series by CBS KPIX Channel 5 News. Click below to watch a short video highlighting our Art Kit Groceries Grab and Go with Attitudinal Healing and Alameda County Foodbank (4/2020)
Principal Brinson makes the German news in the paper of record "Die Zeit"
Click here for Principal Brinson's interview with the German paper of record, 'Die Zeit': "Die Waldorfbewegung ist weiß, wohlhabend und seltsam"[The Walodrf movement is whitel, wealthy and wierd}
Community School Wins QUEST Foundation Grant! (2/2020)
Students will be considered for admission without regard to ethnicity, national origin, gender, disability, or achievement level. The CSCE will strive to meet the district % of sub-group representations. The Community School for Creative Education will be non-sectarian in its programs, admission policies, employment practices, and all other operations, and will not charge tuition nor discriminate against any student based on ethnicity, national origin, gender, or disability. The Community School for Creative Education is open to all students in the state of California who wish to attend the school.
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