Highland Hall Waldorf School to Host Parents Education League's Valley Preschool Fair, Sunday, October 28 from 1-4 pm

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Highland Hall Waldorf School to host the Parents Education League of Los Angeles (PEL) Valley Preschool Fair, Sunday, October 28 from 1-4 pm. 17100 Superior Street, Northridge, CA. Over 40 San Fernando Valley area schools, representing a diverse offering of teaching styles, will be present to provide information to parents looking for a preschool for their children.

Highland Hall Waldorf School
When Highland Hall volunteered to host the event, we were delighted. They have a beautiful , accessible campus, ample space and lots of parking!

Highland Hall Waldorf School to host the Parents Education League of Los Angeles(PEL) Valley Preschool Fair, Sunday, October 28 from 1-4 pm. 17100 Superior Street, Northridge, CA. Over 40 San Fernando Valley area schools, representing a diverse offering of teaching styles, will be present to provide information to parents looking for a preschool for their children.

"Though we have organized preschool fairs for years on the West Side and in other areas of Los Angeles, this is the first time PEL has offered one specifically for the San Fernando Valley community," says PEL President Desiree Lapin. "When Highland Hall volunteered to host the event, we were delighted. They have a beautiful, accessible campus, ample space and lots of parking!"

Highland Hall will provide its gym facility for the fair, as well as complimentary activities for the children attending with their parents, including a tented mini version of a Waldorf nursery in which children can enjoy wooden toys, silk scarves and other natural playthings. Early childhood teachers will also be on hand to perform short puppet shows for the children. Other entertainment will be provided by Birdie's Playhouse.

The school's Treehouse Boutique and Cafe will be open during the fair, providing an additional space for vendors and visiting parents to relax, browse, and enjoy a 10% discount all day.

"We're delighted to work in partnership with PEL to host the fair on our 11 acre campus," says Highland Hall Administrative Director, Lynn Kern. "We look forward to providing a relaxed and beneficial experience for visiting parents, as well as a valuable showcase for preschools across the valley, whom we consider colleagues in the pursuit of providing an enriching education for children."

Admission to the event is free to parents who RSVP for it at http://www.parentseducationleague.org; PEL will charge $5.00 at the door for those without a reservation.

About Highland Hall:
Highland Hall Waldorf School is located in Northridge, California. Founded in 1955, it is the oldest Waldorf school in the western United States and offers an independent alternative to public and other private schools, providing the Waldorf Curriculum from Early Childhood through High School graduation. Its mission is to guide students in the unique Waldorf curriculum, striving to endow each student with discernment in thought and action, a joy of learning, and a sense of wonder and reverence for life.

Highland Hall's students graduate with a solid academic foundation, the ability to think creatively, a sympathetic interest in the world, self-confidence, and an abiding moral purpose. They move on to renowned colleges and universities and continue on to accomplished careers in their chosen professions.

Further information may be obtained at http://www.highlandhall.org or by calling 818-349-1394.

About PEL:
The Parents Education League of Los Angeles is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing Los Angeles parents access to the most objective, current and comprehensive information regarding schools and education in Los Angeles via its website, workshops, advisory services, events, speakers, fairs, and publications.

PEL is the best overall, “One-Stop” school resource for unbiased, timely and accurate information because it operates in connection with schools and the community at large.

Further information may be obtained at http://www.parentseducationleague.org or by calling 310-441-0684.

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