The Kindergarten program is for children who are between the ages of four and three months and six and a half years, with children often repeating for 2 years. The curriculum of our Early Childhood Program comes into full bloom once the child enters the Kindergarten classroom, and he or she easily transitions into being an active member of the family-like atmosphere. Older children often become the helpers and caregivers of the younger ones, and learn lessons of responsibility and compassion in this last stepping stone before the transition to grade school, where the foundation they have received rich in language, movement, social skills and imaginative play will serve them well.
The Kindergarten schedule is 5 weekdays from 8:00am until either 12:00pm or 3:00pm. In addition, Kindergarten children are eligible for the school’s after-care program.
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Latest Kindergarten News
On October 19th, the Coral Bell and SunDrop Kindergartens went to Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm to pick pumpkins, listen to stories, and enjoy the fall colors and fresh air together.
On Friday, October 26th, students from the Early Childhood programs explored the school’s campus for the annual “Halloween Journey.” Along their way, children met many friends that are often heard of in classroom stories but are seldom seen around the … Continue reading
There will be a picnic for both Coral Bell and Sundrop Kindergartens on Saturday, August 11th, 11am-1pm in the Early Childhood Play yard. This is a picnic for all kindergarten students in both of the classes as well as parents, … Continue reading
Student forms packets for Nursery, Kindergarten, and Grades children were due back to the Front Office on July 30. If you have not turned in your child(ren)’s packets please do so as soon as possible. Please remember that your child … Continue reading
The Coral Bell Kindergarten and Lavender Nursery children worked together to spread mulch out across one of the play yards. Brendan brought shovels, rakes and a wheelbarrow and helped the children to move the mulch under the monkey bars. The … Continue reading