Latest Kindergarten Stories
By Kevin Butler LAKEWOOD - Kindergarten teacher Hito Zapata sat before a group of about 35 students at Riley Elementary School last week. "Have you had a wonderful week?" he asked them. "Yes!" they replied enthusiastically. "So are you all excited and ready for school?" he followed up.
By Katherine Ulmer Staff Writer WASHINGTON TWP., Montgomery County -- The sun was barely up over the horizon when school office worker Connie Langford and principal Stephanie Owens arrived at Primary Village South around 7 a.m. Aug. 20, the first day of the 2008-09 school year.
By Al-Shammari, Zaid Yawkey, Thomas D This research study investigates the degree to which parental involvement impacts students' levels in special education programs in Kuwait.
By Jennifer Gokhman Josh Watson has been a student at Tracy Learning Center since it opened in 2001. He started with Discovery Charter School when it began, and he is about to graduate from Millennium High School.
By Leslie H. Dixon HEBRON - Beth Dearborn was as excited as any of the 3,600 SAD 17 students who were starting their first day of the new school year this week when she sat at her desk in the Hebron Station School on Wednesday.
It seems to me, as a 21-plus year special education and elementary education teacher, that the problems that confront our schools begin in the home. Children starting kindergarten already have a large discrepancy in skills before they come to us.
Christian Preschool: Maranatha Christian Preschool in St. Albans has limited openings in morning 3- and 4-year-old classes and afternoon pre-kindergarten sessions. The school offers a hands-on, developmentally appropriate, Christian curriculum.
By RILKOFF, Matt OAKURA'S Kaitake Kindergarten is facing a Ministry of Education investigation after three pupils went missing for almost two hours before their absence was noticed.
By ASHLEY KINDERGAN, STAFF WRITER ORADELL - A group of parents is concerned that kindergarten classes are going to be too large in the upcoming school year. District officials this month told parents that 88 kindergartners are expected to enroll in the district.
By Marge Eberts; Peggy Gisler Q: Help! My daughter will be starting kindergarten in two weeks. What can I do to make sure she enjoys this new experience? A: If your daughter has had a good preschool experience, chances are she'll enjoy being in kindergarten.
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