HONORING BETTY STALEY
A Celebration of 50 Years in Waldorf Education
On March 4, Lindon Hall at the Sacramento Waldorf School was the scene of a retirement party in celebration of the extraordinary life of Betty Staley. In attendance were Betty’s three children, dozens of colleagues spanning her years of teaching children and adults, and a room full of Betty’s students from across five decades. It was a joyous evening full of story telling and a slide show depicting the founding of the high school at the Sacramento Waldorf School.
Click here to read a biography of Betty’s life in Waldorf education that was published in booklet form as a gift for all attendees at the celebration. It includes a the covers of many of the books Betty has published over the years to share her leanings with colleagues and parents.
You can also read an interview with Betty in the Spring 2017 issue Confluence about the significance of the Waldorf high school curriculum and experience.