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Welcome to Kindergarten! What should my child bring to school each day? Large backpack (labeled) Proper jacket or coat for weather (labeled) Proper shoes for play Healthy snack and drink Clear Important Folder/Homework What time does school begin and end?

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what should my child bring to school each day
What should my child bring to school each day?
  • Large backpack (labeled)
  • Proper jacket or coat for weather (labeled)
  • Proper shoes for play
  • Healthy snack and drink
  • Clear Important Folder/Homework
what time does school begin and end
What time does school begin and end?
  • School officially begins at 9:00 but students can be dropped off at 8:40.
  • School ends at 3:30
  • Please send a note if your child will be picked up from school
day care program
Day Care Program
  • 7:15-8:30 a.m $100 monthly flat fee
  • 3:30-5:30 p.m. $160 monthly flat fee
  • Staffed by certified teachers
  • Games, arts, crafts, homework help
  • Indoor and outdoor play time
what is my child learning
What is my child learning?
  • Curriculum is based on state standards
  • Guide/rubric can be found online
  • Scott Foresman is our reading and math program
what supplies will my child need to start the year
What supplies will my child need to start the year?
  • 2 large glue sticks
  • 1 box of erasable Crayola Twistables crayons
  • 1 pencil box
  • 1 box of Kleenex
  • 1 bottle of handsoap
how will my child be assessed
How will my child be assessed?
  • Students are assessed on the state standards on a scale from 1 (warning) to a 4 (advanced)
  • Report cards are given out in December, March and June
  • Conferences are in December
  • (samples of report cards/pacing guide in packet)
can my child buy lunch
Can my child buy lunch?
  • Lunch is provided each day and a calendar will be sent home with choices and prices
  • If you bring a lunch from home be sure that it is peanut free
  • Breakfast is available each morning
  • Free and reduced lunch is available for qualified families/a form will be sent home
what are the rules expectations for my child
What are the rules/expectations for my child?
  • Be respectful
  • Be safe
  • Be responsible
  • Proper behavior is expected in the classrooms, hallways, cafeteria, and playground
  • (specific expectations in packet)
will my child have an enrichment
Will my child have an enrichment?
  • Art
  • Music
  • Physical education (sneakers need to be worn)
  • Health/second step
  • Library/computer (books can be checked out each week) (acceptable use policy)
can my child celebrate his or her birthday at school
Can my child celebrate his or her birthday at school?
  • Special snack can be sent in
  • Crown will be worn
  • If invitations are being sent from school, they must include all students
will my child have a share and tell mystery
Will my child have a Share and Tell/Mystery?
  • Every child has a designated day
  • Items should be small enough to fit in the backpack
  • Your child’s teacher will send home specifics
can i volunteer at school
Can I volunteer at school?
  • CORI check information
  • PTA
  • Classroom/field trips
what can i work on at home to prepare my child this summer
What can I work on at home to prepare my child this summer?
  • Read every day
  • Reinforce letters and sounds
  • Play games that involve counting and math skills
  • Emphasize effort
  • Go to the library/story hour
  • Set up play dates with peers
  • Practice address including town and state
  • Practice phone number
  • Practice independent dressing skills
  • Practice rhyming skills
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Please work on these words at home with your child. 

Sight words are high frequency words.

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where can i get information
Where can I get information?
  • School website address is www.barnstable.k12.ma.us/cville
  • Newsletters will be posted
  • School phone number is 508-790-9890