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  1. Welcome to Kindergarten

  2. Mrs. Jacki Christy Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction 15th Year as a Lead Instructor, teaching various grade levels within CORE Knowledge Schools Hobbies: snorkeling, camping, kayaking, reading, playing with grandkids and dogs, sleeping, HGTV, crafting Family: Husband Michael, Daughter Amy, Son-in-Law Alex, Hannah (5), Noah (~2) Charlie and Krickit

  3. Mrs. Kristen Foery Colorado Native Hobbies: These people Family: Shawn (amazing husband of 16+ years) Joanna (15) Mollie (11) Bridgette (3) Masters in Elementary Education, B.S. Health Education UNC, Greeley American Academy for 8 years, 2nd year of kindergarten.

  4. Mrs. Antalek • Breckenridge, Colorado • Graduated from the University of Northern Colorado • 5th year teaching Kindergarten • Love being active outside, skiing, and cooking!  • Amazing family! • Getting MARRIED August 30th! • SATURDAY!!!!! • Absolutely LOVE teaching at American Academy!!

  5. ~Ms. Zimmer~Kindergarten Teacher, Full Day • University of Denver • Masters in Curriculum and Instruction • Colorado Native • Hobbies • Skiing, crafts, working out and hiking SO HAPPY TO BE TEACHING KINDERGARTEN AT AMERICAN ACADEMY!

  6. Mrs. Roche Graduated from the University of Northern Colorado I love being outside, hiking, walking trails, the beach, camping, gardening, learning new skills like sewing and watching Molly explore the world. I’m from Oregon and have lived in California, too. Family Husband, Shannon. Daughter Molly Australian Shepherds Lola and Nico 4 nephews and 3 nieces

  7. Rights and Responsibilities *Color changes do result in a loss of some recess time. Students will walk the perimeter of the playground, to have time to reflect on their choices.

  8. HALF DAY SCHEDULE 7:35 – 8:05 Students Arrive (wait in hallway quietly) 08:05 - 08:13 Homeroom 08:15 – 09:40 Reading 09:45 – 10:40 Math 10:45 – 11:10 CORE Knowledge 11:10 – 11:15 Behavior Calendar Clean Up / Pack Up 11:15 DISMISSAL 12:15 – 12:23 Homeroom 12:25 – 1:50 Reading 1:52 – 1:57 Snack Break 2:00 – 2:57 Math 3:00 – 3:25 Core Knowledge 3:25 – 3:32 Behavior Calendar, Clean Up / Pack Up 3:32 DISMISSAL FULL DAY SCHEDULE 7:35 – 8:05 Students Arrive (wait in hallway quietly) 08:05 - 08:13 Homeroom 08:15 – 09:40 Reading 09:45 – 10:40 Math 10:45 – 11:29 Lunch Recess 11:32 – 12:00 Quiet / Rest Time 12:00 – 1:30 Social Studies / Science 1:30 – 1:53 Snack and Recess 1:56 – 2:41 Specials 2:44 – 3:20 CORE Knowledge 3:20 – 3:32 Behavior Calendar Clean Up / Pack Up 3:32DISMISSAL

  9. We love our volunteers! Each family is responsible for volunteering 40 hours per year. Once we each have a room mom in place, you will receive e-mails from her about volunteer opportunities. In the meantime, we will contact you through e-mail or post requests for assistance on our webpage(s). Policy: Parents are not allowed to volunteer in their child’s room while that child is in the room. Young students act extremely young when Mom or Dad is in the room. (exception: parties) Several Volunteer Opportunities to look for: *Monthly Bulletin Boards *Special Projects at school *Take-home projects *Weekly Cleaning *Friday Folder Stuffers **Recess/lunch duty

  10. Many online resources are available to support your child’s learning and include but are not limited to: Click on the icon to connect to website. Discovery Education Online media with hundreds of videos, search by subject, grade level, etc. User Name: studentAA Password: american1 BrainPop Or BrainPopJr. Username: aapkr Password: 123 Starfall This is an amazing site that supports children in learning letters and sounds, as well as providing reading materials and games to support kids who are starting to read!

  11. Don’t forget to check out all the various tools available on the American Academy home page! Click here! Great games to help kids develop skills controlling their mouse!

  12. Any Questions?