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Kindergarten Curriculum

Kindergarten is a time of wonder, awe and learning.  It is an exciting time for children and their families and represents a major threshold in your child’s life at a critical stage of development.  These early years are often called “the wonder years.”  In Kindergarten, we undoubtedly fill these years with wonder as we guide your children over the threshold into a “lifetime of learning.”  Here, experiential learning and academic excellence go hand in hand, which will enable our young child to become knowledgeable and involved members of their community.  The Kindergarten program is multifaceted, incorporating Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Religion, Music, Art,  STEM and Physical Education in our everyday activities.   This extensive curriculum allows each child to acquire a variety of important skills, knowledge and attitudes that will affect their abilities to learn, their personal development, their relationships with others and their future participation in society.  Our curriculum is designed to provide a solid foundation of academic excellence from which individual styles and creativity may develop and thrive.  

  • ELA:  Foundations, Heggerty, and other phonics based instruction
  • Math: Progress in Mathematics, by Sadlier-Oxford
  • Science:  Inspire Science, by McGraw Hill  
  • Social Studies:  Impact Social Studies, McGraw Hill
  • Religion:  We believe that even the youngest of God’s children can begin to understand Christian values, imitate the example of Jesus Christ, and appreciate the gifts and wonders that God lovingly provides each day.  Children grow in the knowledge that they are loved and respected by God and are reminded of their special place within their family, school, community and the world they are beginning to discover. The primary text used is We Believe, Sadlier