Our School

About Us

Singing Cedars is a small, independent, non-profit school located on a three acre campus in rural Iowa. Founded in 2002 by Waldorf teacher Eniko Reeder and her partner Robert, the school began as a small Waldorf-inspired forest kindergarten and has grown to offer inspired education from toddler years to Grade 4.

Mission

At Singing Cedars, we strive to preserve childhood by providing a healthy environment that meets children in a holistic way, and to meet the growing child with an inspiring curriculum that fosters imagination and a life-long love of learning.

Board of Directors


Comprised of teachers, parents, and community friends, our Board of Directors is dedicated to holistic, Waldorf-influenced education that engages the whole child. The Board provides guidance and leadership in promoting, supporting and carrying out the mission and long-term vision of Singing Cedars School, working collaboratively with the Faculty and school community. The Board holds the ultimate legal and financial responsibility of the school and makes decisions that ensure our continued success and growth.


Our Board are actively involved in yearly fundraising initiatives, including our Annual Campaign going on now. The Board also oversees the following committees: Development, Outreach & Communication, Finance, and Vision.


2021-22 Board Officers

  • Robin Masciocchi, President

  • Grace Griffin, President

  • Ashley Kayser, Treasurer

  • Martha Sperry, Vice Treasurer

  • Jill Weber, Secretary

  • Alea Lobdell, Vice Secretary