Meet Our Circus Mentors: Brian Evans

Brian Evans Circus

Meet Our Circus Mentors: Brian Evans “When we can experience something together we are reminded how connected we truly are, and experiencing wonder in a stranger’s eyes makes them less of a stranger. I hope we can all find our …

Thank You, Betsy!

by Marti Stewart, Administrative Director After ten years of outstanding service, our Office Manager, Betsy Leighton is moving on to new endeavors in the coming school year. Betsy has graciously agreed to continue working until a strong candidate is trained …

Sarina Yospin Selected as 2016-2017 First Grade Teacher

We are pleased to announce Sarina Yospin as next year’s First Grade teacher at City of Lakes Waldorf School. Ms. Yospin is thrilled to have the opportunity to begin the journey through the grades with our rising Grade One students after …

Guess Who? Meet Darcie Steeves

This photo of Darcie Steeves, our rising grade 6 teacher, was taken before her freshman year prom. She was a lively fifteen year old who had recently celebrated her golden birthday. She grew up in a small town in Wisconsin, …

Guess Who? Meet Becky Larson

By: Becky Larson It has been a pleasure to interview so many members of our faculty and staff here at City of Lakes Waldorf School this year, in celebration of our 25th Anniversary. I’ve found that the question “How did …

Guess Who? Meet Silvia Regodon

By: Becky Larson Silvia Regodon, City of Lakes Waldorf School’s Spanish teacher was just two weeks old when this photograph was taken in 1988, the year our school was founded. She was born in Villahermosa, a little village in the …

Guess Who? Meet Martha Mathis

By: Becky Larson This photograph of Martha Mathis, Administrative Assistant, was taken in Tulsa, Oklahoma around Christmas time. Martha is shown here with her best friend Sally, who she’s known since they were four years old.  “Sally and I never went to …

Guess Who? Meet Peng Liu

By: Becky Larson This photograph shows Peng Liu, our Mandarin teacher, as a Kindergartener. She remembers that her mother had made all her clothing, her shoes had a little hole and the apartment building was brand new. “Chinese people like …