Many families simply can't afford private school, but a Bend school is taking drastic measures to increase enrollment. The Waldorf School of Bend is drastically cutting its tuition for students this year. Moe Anderson is the school's Faculty Chair. “The faculty has agreed to work for minimum wage, we decided not to hire an Administrator and the Board agreed to cut tuition in half for the grades.” The kindergarten through 8th grade school on the south side of Bend usually has about 60 students and has been around for twelve years. Last year teachers worked for free and took on second jobs to keep the doors open.