Transition to Kindergarten. “Talk, Listen, Read, Play … Learning takes place in everyday moments”. . Developed By: Andrea Grucela & Ashley Paesch. What is Kindergarten?.
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“Talk, Listen, Read, Play …
Learning takes place in everyday moments”.
Developed By: Andrea Grucela &
“Kindergarten forms the basis for the development of the critical academic, intellectual, social and emotional experiences and learning foundations that will guide and inform students throughout the duration of their school careers”.
“The experiences are planned using the Maryland State Curriculum for Kindergarten and include reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, science and health”.
*IEP implementation of services will be provided throughout the day with support from special education teacher
Child will learn to INDEPENDENTLY …
Attendance is mandatory. Students are expected to arrive on time, daily.
(20 min each)
A Balanced Reading Program is the core reading program for Prince George’s County Public Schools. It combines the development of phonological awareness skills with literature rich activities. This consists of:
Paperwork for Free and Reduced Lunches must be submitted and approved before it will be reflected on the students lunch account. (Remember to submit your forms)
Children may participate in one or more of the following:
In some cases, children will be taught by a teacher (other than their classroom teacher), outside of the classroom.
Maryland State Curriculum Standards
LaRon Martin, Child Find Specialist
John Carroll Elementary School
1400 Nalley Terrace
Landover, MD 20785
*available at your public library
Parent and Family
http://www1.pgcps.org/judycenter - parent information center
http://www.familynetworks.com – Children’s Home Society & Family Services
http://www.naeyc.org/families - Nation Association for the Education of Young Children
http://www.readyatfive.org/resources/tips.aspx - Ready at Five parent tips
http://www.ncpad.org – National Center on Physical Activity and Disability
http://www.nichcy.org – National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
http://www.ppmd.org – Center for Parents of Special Needs
http://www.readyatfive.org/facts/mmsr.aspx - facts about MMSR
http://www.mdk12.org/instruction/ensure/MMSR/index.html - MMSR
http://www.getreadytoread.org – literary activities and online games
http://www.countdowntokindergarten.org – supports transition to Kindergarten
http://www.gettingreadytoread.org/matriarch - school readiness indicators
http://www.thearcofpgc.org – support for people with disabilities and their families
Board of Education – 301-952-6115
Compliance & Due Process – 301-952-6337
Early Childhood Office – 301-808-2707
Even Start – 301-431-6220
Family & Community Outreach – 301-952-2531
Fingerprinting – 301-952-6775
Head Start – 301-408-7100
Home Schooling – 301-333-1001
Judy Hoyer Family Learning Center – 301-408-6860
Nonpublic Office - 301-985-1775
Partners for Success Parent Center – 301-952-2811
Safety Office – 301-952-6527
Special Education – 301-618-8300
Student Services – 301-952-6384
Talented & Gifted (TAG) – 301-808-3709
Transportation & Central Garage – 301-952-6570
Walk-In Student Counseling & Family Support Centers –