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Step Into Kindergarten

Kindergarten is an essential part of your child's long term education.  In kindergarten, students will learn social skills and will develop a solid foundation for learning.  Students will learn their letters and sounds, how to read sight words, how to count and begin to add numbers, and the first concepts that all others are built on.  Kindergarten students will also learn the importance of being part a community of learners where we share, communicate our needs, and work with others.  

Kindergarten Teachers

Lesley Borden

Kindergarten Teacher

Delana Lara

Kindergarten Teacher

Lauren Thompson

Kindergarten Teacher

Kindergarten Information


Weekly assessments include:

  • Language Arts
  • Vocabulary
  • Math
  • Social Studies
  • Science

Kindergarten students will be assessed on their knowledge of letter sounds, letter recognition, numbers 1-20, and sight words. Parents please take the time to review these skills with your child each night.


Students are required to complete homework packets on a weekly basis. These packets include daily homework for Language Arts and Math. Homework needs to be turned by Friday of each week. Homework will be a part of their grades.

Helpful Tips for Parents


  • Set aside a time and quiet place for homework
  • Practice letter sounds, letter recognition (upper and lower case), numbers 1-20 and sight words daily
  • It is recommended that your child get at least 10 hours of sleep each night and a nutritious breakfast/lunch
  • Read aloud to your child every day and talk to them about what happened in the story