I want to affirm, in the strongest terms, our school’s steadfast dedication to building a world in which all nations work together in harmony for the common good of our planet.
Thank you for visiting my blog. It is exciting to write on the many topics that interest me and inspire my work as an educator, songwriter, poet and human being.
The core value that inspires my creative process is the belief that we are all one family and each of us strives to find our life’s purpose and realize our full potential.
I see this developmental process at work every day in the children at Oneness-Family School. It is an incredible honor to watch our students thrive in an educational environment where students’ social and emotional growth is valued equally as academic success. Peace and respect for the Earth are the other core values that inform my work.
Please comment on my blog and add your thoughts. It is in creating this dynamic conversation that we can come together and share the riches of our hearts and minds.
From Our Founder
The greatest gift we can give to our children and to each other is the gift of our presence. More often than not the little things in life contain the biggest blessings.
Whether we are parents, teachers, staff, or school leaders, we all are pulling in the same direction and we will tackle this new outbreak as one.
It is amazing to think that it has been two years since we had a first day of school where all students were able to be on campus. It has been a long road to get to this point.
Although none of us wants to ever experience a year like the one we just had, going through such turbulent waters together proved what a resilient community we are, and how much love is at its core.
OFS has always been a place of open dialogue, where the healthy exchange of ideas is cultivated and where varied perspectives are heard.
Reflections from Oneness-Family School Founder Andrew Kutt on the events of the Capitol uprising on January 6th, 2021.
This unprecedented time has given us pause to reflect upon where we are as a human family on planet earth, and who we want to be going forward. The COVID crisis has demonstrated the fragility of the fabric which holds all of us together,