Sacred Soul Sanctuary Nature School in Naples
The nonprofit Sacred Soul Sanctuary Nature School is enrolling youngsters for its fall K through fourth grade school program that begins on September 2 in Naples. Organizers say it’s the first-ever Waldorf-inspired, holistic and creative approach program of its kind to be offered locally.
Limited-size classes will be offered by three teachers from Monday through Thursday or Tuesday through Thursday in English, Spanish, French, math, history, art, farm animals, gardening, cooking, theatre, geography, drumming, yoga, mindfulness and more.
For more information, including school location and registion, call Lohra at 239-287-5074 or Rebecca at 239-298-9158 or email SacredSoulSanctuary1@gmail.com.
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