Kindergarten provides the first step into a structured learning environment where children have the opportunity to learn sound work habits that are developmentally appropriate for their age. The kindergarten day is a balance of active and quiet times which give the children the opportunity to explore their environment and satisfy their curious natures.
The children are taught through small group instruction in all of the subject areas, such as Open Court Reading, Saxon Math, McGraw Hill Language Arts, Macmillan McGraw Hill Science, Science Weekly, and Social Studies Weekly. Field trips enhance our instruction.
Parents play a very active role in Kindergarten. They participate by becoming grade moms, lunch moms/dads, going on field trips, helping with holiday parties/special programs, and just volunteering their time.
Kindergarten begins the most important foundation for a school-aged child. This is where the students begin their educational journey and develop friendships that last a lifetime.