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Sarah Dunbar

Sarah Dunbar

Sarah is in her third journey through the grades with Maple Class and also serves this year as the Grades Faculty Chair, as a Board and Leadership Council member, and as an AWSNA delegate. In addition to class teaching work, Sarah previously taught our Parent-Child program as well as handwork and woodwork subject classes. She has a B.S. in Biology from Sonoma State University. Her Waldorf Teaching Certificate as well as handwork and woodwork training were completed at Rudolf Steiner College. Sarah’s National Fund For Teachers (FFT) Fellowship last summer was dedicated to her training as an expedition leader and Wilderness First Responder through the National Outdoor Leadership School so she can responsibly expand upper grades field studies to include wilderness expeditions in-house. She is also a co-worker in the General Anthroposophical and Pedagogical Sections and holds First Class for the School of Spiritual Science at Live Oak for the Sierra Nevada community. Sarah loves outdoor adventures and has many interests, including backpacking, skiing, gardening, and pottery. Her daughter and son are both graduates of Live Oak Waldorf School. 

Sarah joined Live Oak Waldorf School in 2001.


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