HANDBOOKS & DIRECTORIES:
Forms, Links & Lists:
Glen Brook Fall & Spring Packing List
High School Summer Reading Lists
Afternoon Programs brochure
Afternoon Programs registration card
Yearbook Page Order Form
Facts e-Cashier Tuition Payment Service (2015-2016)
Jeanette Resnick Music Endowment Grant Application
There are opportunities for parents to offer their services on a volunteer basis in many areas of the school including; the cafeteria, The Magic Closet Craft Store, and during school and admissions events.
To inquire contact the appropriate person below:
Based on over twenty years’ experience successfully counseling busy families, Simplicity Parenting teaches parents how to worry and hover less--and how to enjoy more. For those who want to slow their children’s lives down but don’t know where to start, Simplicity Parenting offers both inspiration and a blueprint for change. Courses are offered by a current faculty member.
The Winkler Center for Adult Learning offers a Foundation Studies program which includes study of the philosophical and pedagogical works of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf education, combined with work in the arts: eurythmy, painting, speech, and music. The two-year program began in collaboration with The Center for Anthroposophy in Wilton N.H. that sponsors similar programs around the country, as well as a high school teacher training program and renewal courses for teachers. Since 2006 the Garden City program has continued to expand locally and the Winkler Center for Adult Learning was independently established. It continues to The Winkler Center for Adult Learning provides Foundation Studies, a solid basis for Waldorf teacher training as well as art courses, seminars, and lectures that encourage self-actualization and a spiritual view of life.
The Waldorf School Parent Association organizes a Parent Craft Circle which meets on Wednesday mornings in the Lower School lobby.
Expert and beginner craft-makers from the Waldorf community are welcome to join and learn, practice, or share their craft-making skills. The goal of the Craft Group is to create handwork that will be sold at the October Fall Fair and throughout the year in the Craft Store (The Magic Closet). All proceeds from the craft sales will benefit the Parent Association.
All materials will be provided. Additional ideas for craft projects are welcome. The Group will also accept donations of wool, scraps of felt, and pieces of fabric. These items can be deposited in a box in the Craft Store.
Facilitated by Faculty Chair, Sabine Kully, this group is for parents who wish to better understand the philosophical principles that underlie our pedagogy and curriculum. We will study lectures and books by Rudolf Steiner as well as spend time discussing and exploring a variety of topics.
No previous knowledge is necessary, both experienced and new parents are welcome.
The group meets every Friday morning from 10:00 am to 11:30 am in the Miller Library.