Waldorf School of the Peninsula’s campuses are closed due to the COVID-19 Shelter in Place and to protect our community. Our campuses may be closed but the learning continues. Click on the links below to find out more about our Distance Learning Plan and resources to support families during this time.
We will be closed as long as the State of California and Santa Clara County Health Department require. We are continually monitoring the situation and will open our campuses when it is safe and restrictions are lifted.
In any difficult time what keeps us anchored are our family, friends, and community. The Waldorf School of the Peninsula community is strong, vibrant, and caring. We are keeping our families, students, teachers, and staff connected to our school and each other, even as we learn new ways of interacting, meeting, and learning. One of the strengths of the Waldorf curriculum is that it teaches resilience and adaptability. That ability of our students and staff to pivot and adjust is serving us very well during this challenging time.
Our teachers are fully engaged in continuing to deliver the Waldorf curriculum in a creative and innovative way to all of our students.
Our Admissions Directors continue working behind the scenes to connect with and admit new students. We expect we will be able to return to our two campuses by the time the 2020 – 2021 school year starts. Our talented staff have quickly adapted to our new situation.
Are you interested in our school for your child? See our prospective families page for more information.
See below for pages with more information and resources for you during this time at home.