Summer Program in Mexico

The Waldorf school, Arbol de Vida, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

extends an invitation to all of our DMS families

to  join them for a Spanish summer adventure in Mexico for 3 weeks

San Miguel de Allende was voted two years in a row one of the best cities to live in the world by travel and leisure. https://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best/san-miguel-de-allende-best-city-in-the-world

Arbol de Vida: https://www.facebook.com/waldorfarboldevida/

For more information contact Raul Leon at 602-843-9393

Spring Concert – May 14

Attention: Families of Students in Grades 4 – 8

There will be a Spring Cumulative Music Concert on Tuesday, May 14th from 8:30-9:30am in the front lawn to showcase the student’s work this year.

Concert Dress: Musicians shall wear light clothing with spring colors

Please remember to have students bring their instrument and music and be on time for the performance. Instrument tuning begins at 8:15am. Also, please help your child prepare for this concert by making sure they are spending some time practicing at home, and also making sure that they have their instrument with them every Tuesday and Thursday.

For additional information please contact:

Winds Teacher, Jeremy Ruth jruth@desertmarigold.org

Strings Teacher, Meghan Ruel mruel@desertmarigold.org

Circus Performance – May 11

Circus WaldorkUs Circus Performance

Saturday, May 11th

6:30 – 7:15pm Circus open house. Invite friends, neighbors, and bring the entire family to try out juggling, wire-walking, rola-bola and other circus skills with the help of coaches and club members.

7:30 – 8:30pm Circus club show

May Day Thank You from Ms. Schmid

Dear Desert Marigold Community,

I want to send a special thanks to Teri DeSario who magically weaved the music of song in between the dancing; to Jisun Miyung who faithfully supported the students during the rehearsal times and in the performance; to Hector Bonilla who prepared the space beautifully and risked climbing up the windy heights of the May Pole; to The Wrights, who organized the copious flower donations from the Trader Joe’s in Tempe and Gilbert; to Miss Bobi and the garden of Desert Marigold School who provided herbs leaves and flowers; and last but not least to our wonderful students in lower, middle and high school who did an outstanding job on this first of May 2019!

Rachel Schmid, Eurythmy Teacher