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Katy Kelly, Rm 11

Gina Patterson, Rm 12

Gwen Brown, Rm 13

Renee McCracken, Rm 14

Kindergarten Life

What you can expect from Kindergarten

Amelia Earhart’s Kindergarten Program emphasizes developmental appropriate activities which address the individual needs and differences of each student.  Children will be engaged in meaningful experiences through an interactive learning environment that promotes a lifelong love of learning.

Parents also enrich our curriculum.  Joining the PTA, volunteering in the science lab and classrooms are just a few ways parents support our Kindergartners.  It is critical and extremely important that parents, as the primary educators of their child, teach responsibility by: 

  • Helping their child always do their very best
  • Follow directions
  • Complete and return homework on time.

Children will learn that school is important when parents make it a priority.  Good parenting requires setting up proper work habits that will last a lifetime!


Kindergarten Morning Routine

Ms. Kelly - Rm 11, Ms. Patterson - Rm 12 and Ms. McCracken - Rm 14

  1. Lunches go in the lunch bucket by the classroom door
  2. Backpacks go on the hook.  (No hook belongs to any one person)
  3. Before school kids play on the yard from 8:10 - 8:20
  4. When the bell rings, kids line up at their classroom door.

Ms. Brown - Rm 13

  1. Backpacks go on the hook.  (No hook belongs to any one person)
  2. Before school students play on the yard from 8:10 - 8:20
  3. When the bells rings students line up with their lunchbox at their classroom door.
  4. When the teacher comes out, children walk into the classroom and put lunches in the lunch bucket.