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Sanaalee T.

Town you live in

Uniondale

When you came to Waldorf

I came in 3rd grade

Favorite school lunch

Nachos & Dumplings

Favorite Waldorf memory

My favorite Waldorf memory was in 3rd grade in lunch bunch and we learned how to make paper with newspaper, (it took a few days).

Favorite Glen Brook memory

When we go to the campfire and sing songs on the last day and enjoy time with our friends. Having our 3 hours alone in the forest where we can think and learn and not depend on others.

Favorite Waldorf tradition

I love that we are able to go to dances with all the Waldorf School in New York, which makes us more social and confident with meeting new people that have a lot in common with us.

Hobbies

Singing, dancing, acting, learning, languages (Mandarin, Korean, and German)

Where do you imagine you will be in ten years?

I imagine myself finishing my business or computer science block in Yale and acting a bit. I would love to work hard.

What superpowers do you wish you had?

I would wish to have knowledge to always imagine and read others minds.

Of all the things you are learning, what do you think will be the most useful when you are an adult?

I’m learning to work hard and good things will come in the future, to accept people for what they do and who they are, never second guess yourself, to always ask questions, and to learn from your mistakes and see how you can fix them.

What five words do you think most describe you?

Courageous, generous, reliable, spontaneous, gracious.

Sanaalee T.

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Sanaalee T.

Student

Town you live in

Uniondale

When you came to Waldorf

I came in 3rd grade

Favorite school lunch

Nachos & Dumplings

Favorite Waldorf memory

My favorite Waldorf memory was in 3rd grade in lunch bunch and we learned how to make paper with newspaper, (it took a few days).

Favorite Glen Brook memory

When we go to the campfire and sing songs on the last day and enjoy time with our friends. Having our 3 hours alone in the forest where we can think and learn and not depend on others.

Favorite Waldorf tradition

I love that we are able to go to dances with all the Waldorf School in New York, which makes us more social and confident with meeting new people that have a lot in common with us.

Hobbies

Singing, dancing, acting, learning, languages (Mandarin, Korean, and German)

Where do you imagine you will be in ten years?

I imagine myself finishing my business or computer science block in Yale and acting a bit. I would love to work hard.

What superpowers do you wish you had?

I would wish to have knowledge to always imagine and read others minds.

Of all the things you are learning, what do you think will be the most useful when you are an adult?

I’m learning to work hard and good things will come in the future, to accept people for what they do and who they are, never second guess yourself, to always ask questions, and to learn from your mistakes and see how you can fix them.

What five words do you think most describe you?

Courageous, generous, reliable, spontaneous, gracious.