The Aurum Foundation is offering a workshop with High Mowing teacher Robert Sim and naturopath Dr. Margrit Mikulis on Saturday, September 30 from 10am-2pm in the High Mowing School Big Room. Registration required.
We are pleased to welcome our new strings teacher Andrew Koutroubas. Andrew graduated from Pine Hill in 2008 with a reputation an exceptional musician. Now, nearly 10 years later, he has returned to lead the Strings Program at Pine HIll.
We have launched our new daily HMS bus route pilot program from Bedford to HMS. This service is intended to support families who live some distance away from school. Our bus transports up to 14 passengers, with pick-up and drop-off at Whole Foods in Bedford and the Meeting Place Plaza in Amherst. We still have seats available on this route, and are considering a route from southern MA if there is enough interest.
Come explore 1st grade at Pine Hill Waldorf School. Our morning offers wonderful opportunity to see the Waldorf curriculum in action! We will hear from one of our resident educational specialist on first grade readiness, look into a few of the grades and end with a Q&A period with faculty.
To register, please contact Tari Steinrueck, Dean of Education, at 603.654.6003 x308 firstname.lastname@example.org or register online.
Pine Hill and High Mowing invite our community and the public to join us on March 29 at 7pm for a screening of Race to Nowhere, a moving film about the current state of the American educational system.
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Former Pine Hill class teacher, Helen-Ann Ireland, will join us at Parent Coffee on March 10 at 8 a.m. to discuss how your teachers assess student learning and why they do not need to use standardized tests to evaluate your child’s progress in school.