Monday saw the whole school working outside, helping to weed and improve the kindergarten playground. This was part of the annual Michaelmas celebration. Unfamiliar to many, Michaelmas was celebrated in England on September 29 and marked the end (and beginning) of the farmer’s year. At Cape Ann Waldorf School, it’s a time to work on school projects, as well as use one’s muscles in the annual all-school tug-of-war.
Children working to improve the school grounds.
Sixth graders help re-build the kindergarten sand box
The third grade makes apple cider for everyone!
The annual tug-of-war in the lower field.
Trying hard to hold on…
The first fire in the new clay oven. It was used to make rolls for the schools cross-country team after their afternoon practice.
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