Mr. Dwayne Dorey

Mrs. 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

  • Mass ‘Buddies’ with a 4th & 7th 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
  • 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


  • Catholic Religion
  • Language Arts – Phonics
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies


  • Computer Class, emphasizing practical use of computer skills
  • Art
  • Physical Education
  • Music
  • Library
  • Spanish

Faith-Based Activities

  • Weekly Mass
  • Children’s Liturgy of the Word
  • Vacation Bible School
  • Epiphany Play
  • Saturday Activity Days based on the Liturgical Calendar
  • Seasonal Devotions
  • Jesus Adoration Club
  • Family Mass
  • Children’s Choir

Extracurricular Activities

  • Summer T-Ball
  • Chess Club


Homework is viewed as an opportunity to reinforce newly-mastered skills and more fully absorb knowledge presented during the school day.

  • Students can anticipate an average of 10-15 minutes of work per evening per grade level.
  • If there is an evening of “no homework”, we suggest home reinforcement of basic skills, such as reading and math.
  • Guidelines for each grade level and ideas for reinforcement opportunities are communicated at the beginning of the school year.


Parents tell us that they appreciate the quick response and many ways we stay in touch as we partner in your child’s growth.

We welcome your phone call, e-mail, or notes about daily happenings or specific concerns.

  • “The Monday Mailing” carries the weekly school newsletter, flyers for special events and information about school, parish, and community activities.
  • has the handbook, upcoming meetings and events, contact information, and useful links.
  • Additional informational resources are provided regularly.

Opportunities for Family Involvement

  • Assist with daily lunch periods
  • Assist in classroom activities
  • Assist in religious education program
  • Attend & participate in a Field Trip
  • Provide review and enrichment activities for skills learned throughout the school day at home
  • And many, many more!


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