Kindergarten

The St. Linus all-day Kindergarten program sets an outstanding foundation for literacy in a nurturing environment.

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Teacher

Dwayne Dorey
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Danisa Roldan

Paraprofessional

Things Parents Can Do At Home To Help Your Children Prepare for Kindergarten

  • Read to your children and allow them to read to you.

  • Ask your children about school and take an interest in what they are learning.

  • Help them make good nutritional choices and get adequate rest to fuel growing minds and bodies.

  • Set limits on the amount of television they watch, hand-held electronics they play, and exposure to any flat-screen viewing.

 

Highlights of Kindergarten

  • Hands-on learning, whole-child approach to teaching; supporting and nurturing all areas of each child's development.

  • Mass ‘Buddies’ with a 4th & 8th grader

  • Color Days

Theme Days:

  • Apple Day

  • Corn Day

  • French Toast Day

  • Egg Day

  • Potato Day

  • Pancake Day

  • Tie Day

  • School Thanksgiving Feast Host

Field Trips:

  • Apple Orchard

  • Theater

  • Farm

  • Cranbrook Institute of Science

  • 2 VIP days – students may invite a Very Important Person to join them during the school day for special activities

  • Learned academics and practice of basic social skills within a playful, fun environment

 

Core Curriculum & Activities for Kindergarten

Daily:

  • Catholic Religion

  • Language Arts – Phonics

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Social Studies

Weekly:

  • Computer Class, emphasizing practical use of computer skills

  • Art

  • Physical Education

  • Music

  • Library

  • Spanish

Faith-Based Activities

  • Weekly Mass

  • Seasonal Devotions

  • Family Mass

  • Children’s Choir

Extracurricular Activities

  • Summer T-Ball

  • Chess Club

  • S.T.E.A.M.