2016 Harvest Gala Fundraiser
1st What is Waldorf Education? See video below.
Syringa Mountain School depends on annual fundraising to help support our unique and arts-integrated educational programming each year. As a FREE public charter school choice in the Wood River Valley, we depend on our generous and giving community to make up the deficit in funding we do not receive from local tax funding. Your attendance at this event will ensure that our children receive education in music, language, nature, and garden.
Date: October 14, 2016
Location: River Run Lodge, Ketchum
Individual Ticket – $175
- 3 Course Dinner + Dessert
- Wine + 2 Drink Tickets
- Live Music by Dirty Revival
- DJ Johnny V
- Live Auction
- Paddle Raise
- Fundraising Gift Opportunities
Multiple tickets can be purchased. If purchasing 8+ tickets, please use the table purchase option.
Purchase Tickets here: http://www.syringamountainschool.org/harvest-gala/
Our Unique Education Model – Why We Fundraise
Syringa Mountain School is a public school with curriculum guided by the Core Principles of Waldorf Education. We focus on developmentally appropriate learning and deliver curriculum to children in a multi-sensory, multiple intelligences way, that allows children to interact and interpret information using movement, music, artistic expression, and imagination.
We receive a significantly less amount of public funding. All local tax funding is allocated to non-charter public schools in the Wood River Valley. We receive approximately $12,000 less per student.
We Have a Robust Music Program
An integral part of Waldorf Education is movement and music. Beginning in Kindergarten, children sing, move and play the flute! We have a full time Music Teacher, Ms. Erin Mungall that teaches all grades singing and musical instrument. By 5th grade, students are in orchestra playing violin, bass, or cello. All grades prepare and practice for two main performances per year – Winter and Spring. See Video on where the entire school is on stage.
To Grow We Must Expand
In order to maintain a functional music program, we have endeavored to complete an unfinished space in the upstairs of our building. As we are purchasing the building, this is a long-term investment for us.
Syringa Mountain School
Chairman of the Board