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malamalama waldorf school

Rose Ceremony

The Rose Ceremony is a cherished tradition at our school where we come together to honor and acknowledge the growth and achievements of our students. During this special event, each student is presented with a rose, symbolizing their journey and blossoming into the next phase of their education.

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Rose Ceremony
Rose Ceremony

Time & Location

Jun 07, 2023, 8:40 AM – 9:20 AM

malamalama waldorf school

About the event

The Rose Ceremony is a cherished and symbolic event at our school, signifying the transition of our first graders into their next phase of education. As part of this beautiful tradition, our first graders are accompanied by our seventh and eighth graders, forming a meaningful bond between the youngest and oldest students in our community.

During the ceremony, the first graders, holding their roses, embark on a special journey across the symbolic Rainbow Bridge. This bridge represents the passage into their new life adventure, filled with learning, growth, and exciting opportunities. Walking hand-in-hand with their eighth-grade mentors, the first graders are guided with love and support, embracing the knowledge and wisdom passed down to them.

As they cross the Rainbow Bridge, the transition is marked with heartfelt words of encouragement and blessings from teachers, parents, and the entire school community. It is a touching and emotional moment that honors the growth, achievements, and potential of each first grader.

Through this ceremony, we celebrate not only the accomplishments of our first graders but also the unity and interconnectedness of our school community. It is a time to reflect on the beauty of each student's journey, the bonds formed between different grades, and the collective support that nurtures our children's educational path.

We invite you to join us for this extraordinary event, where the crossing of the Rainbow Bridge symbolizes the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the lives of our first graders. Your presence and support are greatly appreciated as we honor and uplift our students on their transformative journey.

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