Monthly Archives: May 2011

Raffle Winner Announced!

The “Dinner for Two Anywhere in the World” raffle was a great success, raising $20,000 for CAWS. The winner of the big raffle couldn’t be more excited! He lives in Boise, Idaho, and is uncle to parent Margie DeWeese-Boyd. Gary … Continue reading

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Fifth Grade Returns from Ancient Olympic Pentathalon

The fifth grade traveled to Lexington on Friday, May 13, 2011, to compete in an Olympic pentathalon fashioned after the original Olympics in Greece. This annual event draws Waldorf schools from around the region for a day of festive competition that complements … Continue reading

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Moraine Farm in the Trustees’ Magazine

An article in the Spring “Special Places” magazine captures why the Trustees of Reservations are so excited to now be a stakeholder at Moraine Farm.  We’re excited too!

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CAWS Move in the Beverly Citizen

Beverly, Mass. —Botany and environmental studies might not seem like typical subjects for kindergarten to eighth-grade students, but according to the staff at the Cape Ann Waldorf School in Beverly, these areas of study play a crucial role in child … Continue reading

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CAWS in the news

If you see this paper around, make sure to pick up a copy.  North Shore Children & Families has printed a great article on Cape Ann Waldorf School.  You can read it on their web site or by clicking on … Continue reading

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New Frederick Law Olmsted documentary

Learn about the fascinating life of Frederick Law Olmsted, the man responsible for the landscape design of Moraine Farm.  This documentary is new and just aired this last weekend on local PBS stations. Watch the full episode. See more … Continue reading

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