Work Night

We are getting the CWES Health Lodge ready for TRCCS to use as its’ office for the school year. We need to take down the old ceiling tiles, which are glued on, and put up new ones. Please join us! We will have dinner at CWES at 5:30pm and then begin to work. Please dress to get dirty and bring tools if you have
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Contractor Needed for Natural Play Space Development at CWES

The Tomorrow River Community Charter School (TRCCS) needs a Contractor to develop plans for the outdoor natural play spaces at the Central Wisconsin Environmental Station (CWES) along with the TRCCS’s School Operations Committee and CWES staff. The Contractor will develop a timeline and cost estimation for the natural play spaces which will be approved by the TRCCS. These play spaces will be near the
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Last day to Open Enroll!

The Enrollment deadline for the Tomorrow River Community Charter School is today, April 30th, please get you applications in! If you live outside of the Tomorrow River School District you will need to go through the DPI Open Enrollment process as well as filling out the TRCCS Application. The Open Enrollment deadline is very strict, if you do not get that application in by 4 pm today
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Spring Festival 2013

The Tomorrow River Community Charter School (TRCCS) is having our Spring Festival on Sunday April 14th, 2 pm, Sunset Lodge at the Central Wisconsin Environmental Station (CWES): 10186 County Road MM, Amherst Junction. Come and celebrate spring awakening and new beginnings. There will activities for children of all ages including wool creatures, seed/sand mandalas, fabric mache nest bowls, face painting and more. We will
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Charter School Movie Night

Come and enjoy the film: Waldorf Education for All. It will reveal what it is like to be a student in a Waldorf-inspired Charter School. It portrays intimate classroom experiences from kindergarten through eighth grade, with interviews of teachers, students, parents and administrators.  The film is 42 minutes long. After the movie there will be a short presentation on The Tomorrow River Community Charter
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Volunteer

There are some events coming up and we need volunteers! In February we will be having a Valentine’s Day Fundraiser. We also plan to hold a winter festival. We need volunteers to help with the planning and on the day of the events. Please call or email if you are interested. We are currently seeking members for our Governance Board. Terms are 2 years
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About

The Charter School will provide schooling options for students and families in the Tomorrow River and surrounding districts. The school will span Pre-Kindergarten up to sixth grade and students will be taught in a Waldorf-inspired style of whole child education. The Charter School will be non-competitive learning environment, fostering creative, compassionate and confident children with a lifelong love of learning. The doors will open
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Education

The school will cover pre-kindergarten up to 6th grade. An expansion to 8th grade may be considered; this will be determined by the interest of parents and the school location’s ability to house more grades. The goal is to have 15 to 20 students per class/grade, but the charter school will follow the same class size limits the district has set. There will be a total
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Curriculum

Lesson delivery Teacher uses inductive and deductive reasoning skills in teaching methodology. In the early years, teaching from the vantage point of synthesis toward analysis, whole to part, (deductive skills) and through the middle school years from part to whole, analysis to synthesis, or (inductive reasoning skills). The teacher recognizes cognitive differentiation and personal individuation when delivering instruction. Lessons are balanced in the realm
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Learning Vision

The TRCCS will use an adapted form of the Waldorf method. The Waldorf method is a tried and true method of education with 94% of students attending college or university. It was developed by Rudolf Steiner in 1919 for the children of the employees of the Waldorf-Astoria Cigarette Factory in Austria. Waldorf has been called an education of the hands, heart and head. Rudolf
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