The Kindergarten experience provides a transition environment from the home, the nursery school, or the pre-kindergarten program, to the structure of formal schooling. The Kindergarten prepares the child for future learning through a developmentally appropriate program with attention to individual readiness and by exposure to structured activities and formal skills. In Kindergarten, the students enrich their experiences by developing the following skills:

-Reading readiness
-Language development (oral/written)
-Number development
-Physical development -Social development
-Personal development
-Work habits

Kindergarten has been very busy and excited in class. Students have been learning the letter sounds, letter recognition, word recognition, and rhyming words. They are learning about money in Math.
Their handwriting is getting better every day, by practicing how to write the alphabet and numbers.