• Kindergarten Teachers and assistants:                                   

    Mrs. Melissa Abee -----------Room 304  

    • Assistant: Ms. Carol Schwartz                         

    Mrs. Vickie Richardson-----------Room 306

    • Assistant: Ms. Marissa Ammons

    Mrs. Angela Watt-----------Room 313

    • Assistant: Ms. Jessica Hansen

    Mrs. Meredith Wickstrom-----------Room 305

    • Assistant: Mrs. Briseida Alma Cubero

    Get A Jump Start on Kindergarten:

    Write their own name

    Fine motor skills: Pencil grip and scissor hold.

    Alphabet knowledge

    Letter sounds

    Rote counting to 20

    Naming basic shapes

    Naming basic colors


    1st Quarter Expectations

    Letter sounds

    Letter identification (Upper and lowercase)

    Know 13 High Frequency Words/Sight Words

    Book and Print Awareness (tracking print/left to right sweep, punctuation, first and last letter of the word, identifying upper and lower case letters, difference between letter and word)

    Number to object correspondence with objects to 10


    Write numbers 1-10 when counting objects

    Identify 2D and 3D shapes

    Position words: in, out, in front, behind, beside, below, above…..

    Citizenship/Following the Rules at school and at home

    Changes/Weather and change over time

    Animals/Needs/Similarities and Differences


    Transition to Kindergarten Smoothly - Kindergarten is such an exciting part of a child's life.  Coming to “big school” comes with big changes. It is completely normal for a few tears to be shed during the first week. As routines are established, this will subside.   Your child will start to feel more and more comfortable with their new surroundings and the making of new friends.  We encourage independence.  Our goal is for each child to be able to come into the classroom, unpack their belongings and get settled to begin their day.



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  • Kindergarten Supply List

    • box of 24 crayons
    • 10 glue sticks
    • 1 book bag with no wheels
    • 2 pack of pencils
    • 2 boxes of tissues
    • box of washable markers
    • 2 (vinyl/plastic) folders with prongs
    • 5 wedge/pencil top erasers
    • 1 wide ruled composition book
    • 1 hand sanitizer 
    • Change of clothes (Place in a zip-lock bag with student's name on the outside of the bag.)
    • 1 box of zip-lock bags (quart/gallon)
  • High Frequency Words

    a    all    am   and    as    at    be   boy    but   can    did    do    down    for   girl   go  had    has   have    he    her   him    his    I    in    is    it   little   look  not    of    on   other   out     said    see she   so   some    that    the    then    there    they    to    up    was    we    were     what    when   with  you

  • Field Trips

    • Smith Hollow Farm
    • Greensboro Children's Museum
    • SciWorks
    • Greensboro Science Center
  • Please consider donating the following items to your child's class:


    Clorox wipes

    Hand sanitizer

    Flushable wipes

    Extra Underwear (girls/boys)


    Extra Crayons and Glue Sticks

    Play Dough

    Stamp Pads

    Seasonal Stickers

    Sidewalk Chalk

    Sand buckets and toys


Last Modified on December 4, 2020