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Returning to school in September

The last four months have provided us an opportunity to look at how we operate as a school – how we think, how we move and how we connect. Through term three, Halton Waldorf School operated under a provincial closure with our students and faculty working in an emergency distance learning mode.

While there has been immense goodwill shown by students, faculty, and families in delivering an effective educational experience, we appreciate that many in our community are looking forward to moving back to in-person learning next month.

For parents, the education of their children remains one of their highest priorities. The Return to School Task Force, Board of Directors and full faculty continue to focus their efforts on the coming school year.  

We are planning to resume on campus with enhanced health protocols in place. Our preparations continue for a intentions to be at school for 5 full days a week.

We are immensely grateful for the commitment of our community and the individuals who have stepped forward with a positive spirit and leadership during these unusual circumstances.  We look forward to welcoming the children back to school in September. Learn more about our preparations:

At times like these there is nothing more important than community, and we are blessed to be part of a community that is strong and resilient. We will weather this storm, and simultaneously invest in the long-term outlook for our school.

We optimistically look forward to September.


We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our students and faculty, while offering an educational experience that is consistent with Waldorf Education. Questions and considerations for the Return to School Task Force can be sent to:

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