Do you have questions about Waldorf Education?
Do you wonder if Prairie Hill could be the right fit for your child and for you?

Join us for the following events and discover the answers to your questions and more!

The Golden Scarf
Friday, February 6, 2015
7 p.m.
Prairie Hill Community Hall/Gym
Family Event – open to the public

A group of Roman actors, a missing scarf, a noir detective who’s on the case, an emperor who hates his job and three muses who come to save the play all wrapped up in this multilingual Roman theatre production.
Join us to see how this comedic drama unfolds on Friday, February 6 at 7 p.m. Free. Prairie Hill Waldorf School Gym/Community Hall


Thinking of Enrolling? Attend this event to get a firsthand look (and feel) of what an Early Childhood Classroom looks like.

Early Childhood Morning Adventure*
Friday, February 27, 2015
10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Prairie Hill Wonder Garden Classroom
Parent/Caregiver – Child Event

Step inside the world of wonder and creative imagination alongside your child. This abbreviated version of an early childhood classroom will allow you and your child to experience hands-on, what it’s like to attend Pre-school and Kindergarten at Prairie Hill. The program will include:  creative playtime, snack, guided discussion for parents and outdoor playtime (be sure to dress for the weather).
Join faculty members Vicki Kingsbury and Stanlee Maliszewski on this journey into Early Childhood. Advanced registration required – email Carolyn Wise , Admissions Coordinator

*Attending this event is the first step in the Enrollment Process.


Monsters of the IT: The Human Impact of Information on Technology
Monday, March 2, 2015
6:30 p.m.
Prairie Hill Community Hall/Gym
Adult Event – open to the public

The explosion in social networking, digital media, gaming and information technology has become a potent force that increasingly shapes our lives and those of our children. Emerging research is measuring the impacts of IT on the neurology, behavior and relationships of people, both at work and in our personal lives, with a particular emphasis on the developing brain of the child. Explore the perils and promises posed by infotech that will further transform our daily lives and examine self-management strategies that minimize its negative impacts.

Philip Chard: President & CEO of Empathia, Inc., is a practicing psychotherapist who writes an award-winning weekly column in the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL titled “Out Of My Mind.” In addition, Philip is the author of The Healing Earth, which won the 1995 Midwest Publishers Award, and Nature’s Ways, which examines the spiritual aspects of nature interaction. He is also a contributing writer to Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and has been a guest expert on ABC Television’s 20/20.


The Joy (& Madness of Parenting) Parent Enrichment for Everyone 

Join Stanlee Maliszewski and special guests for lively conversation and support around the many joys and challenges of parenting.
Classes will be held on scheduled Thursdays (see below) throughout the school year.
RSVP to by Wednesday, 3 p.m. before the scheduled class to reserve your spot.
Receive a punch card at your first class
$5 per class
Every third class is free (via punch card)
Bring a friend, get a punch!
Open to the public

Class Schedule

Select Thursdays 6:30 – 8 p.m.

 October 9 – How to Tame Your Dragon: Teaching your child gratitude, humility & kindness

October 16 – Trick or Treat: Awkward situations, candy & more

October 30 – Burp, Toot, Knock it Off!: Healthy Attitudes around food & mealtime

November 13 – Part 1 Simplifying the Holidays: Keeping our schedules sane

December 4 – Part 2 Simplifying the Holidays: Gifts! Gifts! Gifts – checking your list twice

NEW DATE: December 11 – The Indoors are Coming: What to do when the cold winds blow

January 15 – Holiday Hangover: Restoring rhythm and fostering success for the New Year

January 29 – Discipline is not dirty: Boundaries – they keep things clean

February 12 – GET OUT(DOORS)!: A little snow never hurt anybody

February 26 – Nourishment: More than just food

March 5 – Little Ears are Everywhere: Adult conversations

March 19 – Self Care: You’re good enough, smart enough and doggone it, people like you

April 2 – Friendship Mirror: Your children are a reflection of you

April 16 – Game On!: So what about sports?

May 7 – About Summer?: Maintaining routine and sanity in the “off” months

Simple refreshments provided.
Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment. RSVP via email to Stanlee or call 262-646-7497 ext 17