PreKindergarten (Four years old, Entering Kindergarten next

Communication

COR Assessment

Communication

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 Communication between caregivers and families: We use an app “Kaymbu” to send you daily reports, an update of your child’s day, the director’s newsletters, and messages home. Once you accept an invitation email from Kaymbu, you will receive these updates via email or text message.  

High Scope

COR Assessment

Communication

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Play-based, child-centered, and grounded in research, the HighScope Curriculum features active learning at its core. In a HighScope classroom, children are guided to explore, interact, and exercise their creative imagination through purposeful play. Well-prepared teachers support and extend each child’s learning based on their developmental levels, so children enter school ready and eager to learn. 

COR Assessment

COR Assessment

Preparing for Kindergarten

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COR Advantage is built on 36 items that best prepare children for school success. With the fewest items of any early childhood assessment, COR saves teachers time and keeps them focused on what matters most. Teachers capture and record child development in the COR Advantage online tool and then use that valuable insight to create individualized lesson plans and detailed reports on child and classroom progress. The online tool’s built-in support increases scoring accuracy, delivering consistent data administrators can rely on to meaningfully guide their program to the next level.

Preparing for Kindergarten

Preparing for Kindergarten

Preparing for Kindergarten

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Not only will your child get the academic skills they need to start Kindergarten, they will gain independence, self-confidence and awareness of others and their feelings. We find that helping the children learn to talk through their feelings and giving them the chance to try things on their own help them gain confidence to succeed on their own in all areas. There is nothing like the excitement in the hallways in spring, after the children learned to zip their own jackets!

We will always be there to lend support and a helping hand!

Things to Bring from Home

Preparing for Kindergarten

Things to Bring from Home

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  • Labeled water bottle daily.

• Packed cold lunch or pre-ordered hot lunch

• Rest time blanket (Every Monday)

• Minimum of one, full set of clothes inside hallway bin