Our Wallabies and Wolves noticed that the butterflies emerged during play practice and ensured they were safely released.
The Walden Weekly
News and updates from Walden Community School
We'll miss you, McKenna! Thank you for all you've contributed to our school!
Our Woodpeckers finished up a quarter-long unit on trees as part of their weekly environmental studies/Project Learning Tree activities.
It takes 6 students to try to beat our chess champ!
A morning of recycling and repurposing.
As part of their historical studies, the Wallabies and Wolves created an afternoon of crafts and activities that children during Colonial Times would have participated in -- and then taught them to the Woodpeckers.
Our SACS-accredited high school program has re-opened! We are excited to introduce its new lead teacher, Luz Vargas-Aponte, MS in Chemical Engineering.
If interested, come to our next drop-in Open House on Tuesday, March 13th, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fun learning Tae Kwon Do during after-school Friday Classes with Zen Life Center.
Miss Victoria leads some of our 4th grade through high school students in some warm-up exercises for Drama Class. Students are excited for their May performances!
All of our students, K-12th grade, have been planting veggies in the school garden as part of their environmental studies and economics project at the close of the semester -- when they plan to sell their goods to parents while studying supply and demand!
Not only do students get to Shadow at Walden prior to enrollment, but prospective parents are also able to spend time in the classroom watching teachers and students in action. One of our new Walden parents left this note after her observation.
Come experience the Walden difference -- see our campus, meet our staff, and learn about our full and part-time programs. Join us Wednesday, January 31st, for Open House drop-in from 10am-noon and again 6pm-7pm.
We are excited to announce the opening of our new part-time program offering a challenging curriculum of core subjects for students in K-8th. We are seeking gifted, talented students who may want or need a more flexible school schedule than the traditional school day. If your child may be a good candidate, please contact us for more information.
And all students, K-8th, are starting to learn chess to enhance critical thinking skills!
Walden students and families collected donations for Casselberry Kidz, a non-profit organization that provides food and clothing to struggling families at Casselberry Elementary and South Seminole Middle School.