Welcome to Kindergarten!


As time draws near to start school, I am very excited!  We have some changes this year so please read the information carefully.  If you have questions please contact me by text or email.  I will be happy to clarify any information.  You received information about our staggered start for Pre K and Kindergarten.  In order to help your child to adjust to new procedures, girls will come on Aug. 11 and boys will come on Aug. 13.  Everyone will come on the 18th and we will begin the curriculum on that day as well.  Until then just review letters and sounds with your child.


Please label all supplies sent to school.  This is different from the information on the supply list, but due to not being able to share supplies, it is necessary.  Be sure your child’s name is on the Science and Social Studies books as well.

I am asking for the addition of colored pencils and markers (just the basic size) to be brought to school, since Art supplies cannot be shared.  You may also want to include an individual packet of Kleenex for your child.  Thanks!

Please take a moment and read this information about drop off and pickup for your child at Faith.

Parents of Pre K and Kindergarten students may park in the parking lot and walk your child to the door, providing you are wearing a mask.  Children should wear a mask until they are seated in the room.  I will be outside the door greeting students each day.  Our room is located off the North Entrance Canopy Circle.  It is room 108 and you will see “Welcome to Kindergarten” in the window along with my favorite animal-Pandas!

Remember car pool etiquette and please be patient, especially during the first few days.

Your child’s temperature will be checked before entering the building and a squirt of hand sanitizer will be given to each child.  Your child will be asked if he or she has been sick in the last 24 hours, so you may want to explain this ahead of time.

Children may be dropped off from 8:15 to 8:30.  This is the time I will be at the door.

I know this seems like a lot to take in, but we are committed to providing a safe environment for your child.

Please view this introduction to Kindergarten video.

Kindergarten Curriculum Guide-

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Sight Words,Sight Words 5, 4th six weeks sight words, Kindergarten Sight Words 3, Sight Words-2, Sight Words-1

Class Information

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Meet Mrs. Elizabeth- Welcome Letter 2020


Our subject focus in Kindergarten is phonics/reading, with an emphasis on manuscript writing.  We also include grade level Social Studies and Science concepts through the year.  Students may be assigned different projects relating to a Science or Social Studies topic we are studying at the time. 

Students will go to Art class once a week, on Tuesday.

At the beginning of each month I will provide a monthly curriculum schedule on our website. This will allow you to plan for the month; you will know what we will cover in class as well as home assignments. Please be sure to check our website frequently for news, updates, and reminders.

We will have snack time mid morning. You will be given a day to send snacks for the entire group and these will be stored at school.  Look for our “Snack Calendar” as the start date nears.

We will have extra special days throughout the year (Holiday events, Field Day, etc…) I am looking forward to meeting you and your family! This year is going to be filled with lots of fun and learning!