Please join us for Kindergarten Camp on Wednesday, August 23!
Your child will explore a kindergarten classroom, tour the school, meet all of the kindergarten teachers, and make new friends before the first day of school! This is an opportunity for teachers to get to know your child in informal classroom settings and will allow them to create balanced kindergarten classrooms for the 2017-18 school year.
MORNING SESSION – Last Names A-L
A-F in room 101 and G-L in room 102
8:45 Meet in the “undercover area” to pick-up a name tag for your student then line up at the red 101 or 102 painted on the concrete.
9:00 Teachers will pick up students in the covered area and then Kindergarten Camp begins!
9:15 Parents will attend a brief presentation with Mrs. Olin in the cafeteria.
10:00 Kindergarten camp is over! Pick your child up at the classroom.
AFTERNOON SESSION – Last Name M-Z
M-R in room 101 and S-Z in room 102
10:15 Meet in the “undercover area” to pick-up a name tag for your student then line up at the red 101 or 102 painted on the concrete.
10:30 Teachers will pick up students in the covered area and then Kindergarten Camp begins!
10:45 Parents will attend a brief presentation with Mrs. Olin in the cafeteria.
11:30 Kindergarten camp is over! Pick your child up at the classroom.
We look forward to meeting you! – The Kindergarten Team
The last day of school is an early release day. Please check with your school for specific dismissal times.
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