The kindergarten program sets the stage for students by establishing the highest yet most realistic expectations for them in terms of curriculum, responsibilities, and emotional and social learning skills. We bring students to their potential academically, while providing opportunities to learn social and emotional behaviors that will travel with them throughout their lives.
The emphasis in Language Arts is to introduce the basic skills needed to be successful and independent readers. The program includes the development of auditory and visual skills, as well as, writing skills, oral language and vocabulary development.
Our math program is based on the development of number skills through frequent use of many kinds of manipulative materials, as well as, early paper pencil work. This provides the foundation for pattern development, comparisons, geometric shapes, graphing, simple time and money and learning basic number combinations.
History/Geography studies are wide-ranging. Historical times span dinosaurs to the Middle Ages. Cultural studies are also included in kindergarten program.
Science subjects in the fields of biological and physical sciences are presented during the year, as well as, recycling and the care of the earth. The science curriculum is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamental processes of science.
E-Beam technology enhances Science, Social Studies and Language Arts
What to expect from a Kindergarten student
- Learns through play. Play is usually an imitation of adult’s work.
- Likes to paint, color, cut, paste, work puzzles, and string beads.
- Can stay with one activity for about fifteen to twenty minutes.
- Curious about words.
- Likes to look at pictures in books.
- Begins to want to use money.
- Begins to understand the difference between real and pretend.
- Must be understood by parents and teacher.
To Challenge/Enhance the Kindergartener’s Experience, they will have
- Opportunities to work in small groups, which allow them to begin developing character traits of cooperation, respect, sharing, and teamwork.
- Various opportunities to be “problem solvers” through using their words to solve a problem.
- A variety of learning opportunities with hands-on projects, teacher guided units, and centers.
Enrichment Classes Special Activities & Events
Computers Fall Musical
Physical Education Chapel banner carrier
Art Grandparent's Day
Spanish Visit to the Fire Village
Music Enchanted Ball