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Title: Welcome to Kindergarten


1
Welcome to Kindergarten Orientation Thank You
for Coming
2
Welcome to MTES
Our Principal Mrs. Inman
3
Mrs. Fisher
  • Vice Principal
  • Math Coach

4
Mrs. Spurgeon
  • Literacy Leader

5
Speech
  • Jessica Newcomb

6
School NurseRoz Wilkerson
  • Student Health Passport
  • Student Health Screening Notification
  • Authorization for Use or Disclosure of Health
    Information

7
Enrollment Documents
  • Students must have a copy of a birth
    certificate, social security card, school
    physical, and shot record to be enrolled in
    school. This is a law, and we are audited.

8
Encore Classes
  • Music Mrs. Trescher
  • P.E. Mr. Johnson (Coach)
  • Guidance Miss Dyer
  • Computer Lab Mrs. Howard
  • Library Mrs. Wideman

9
What do kindergarteners do at school?
10
They line up.
11
Kindergarteners listen.
12
They have circle time.
13
They eat lunch.
14
They play on the playground.
15
Kindergarteners go to the library.
16
They look at books.
17
They pretend at centers.
18
They build with blocks
19
Kindergarteners learn on computers.
20
They color, cut, and glue.
21
Kindergarteners paint.
22
What will my child learn?
23
The School Day
  • School starts at 820 a.m.
  • Drop students off at the gym entrance
  • School is dismissed at 320 p.m.
  • Pick up in front of the cafeteria for your
  • child's safety, use the number card

( If your child rides a bus, please return the
bus number tag each day.)
24
  • If your child needs to get home a way that is
    different from his or her routine, you must send
    a note and call the office.

25
Overview of Kindergarten Math
  • Hands on experiences with manipulatives
  • Counting to 100 by 1s, 10s, 5s and 2 s
  • Recognizing numbers to 100
  • Writing numbers to 100
  • Reads number words zero - thirty
  • Money (naming coins and values)
  • Telling time (to the hour)

26
  • Simple addition and subtraction
  • Measurement
  • Ordinal numbers through tenth
  • Reading charts and graphs
  • Calendar skills
  • Sorting and categorizing
  • Shapes including ellipse, hexagon, trapezoid,
    sphere, cone, cube, and cylinder
  • Identifying and extending patterns

27
Overview of Kindergarten Reading
  • Sing, Spell, Read, and Write Songs, games, and
    workbooks that teach
  • Phonics - letter sounds
  • Recognizing letters
  • Rhyming
  • Writing letters
  • Blending sounds to read words
  • Reading color words

28
  • Sight words- list sent home second nine weeks
  • Leveled readers
  • Writing sentences and stories
  • Retelling stories
  • Sequencing events in stories
  • Identifying the characters, setting, and events
    in stories
  • Predicting what will happen next in stories

29
Awards and Incentives
  • Naming Letters and Sounds (out of order)
  • Reading Word Lists
  • Student of the 9 Weeks
  • Counting to 100 and Naming 1-100 (out of order)

30
  • Most Improved
  • Perfect Attendance
  • Good Behavior Awards

31
School Spirit Awards
  • First 9 Weeks Most Respectful
  • Second 9 Weeks Most Responsible
  • Third 9 Weeks Most Conscientious
  • Fourth 9 Weeks - Citizenship

32
Awards Assembly Dates
  • October 25
  • January 10
  • March 28
  • May 21
  • All awards assemblies will begin at 230

33
Communication
34
Folders
  • Will be sent home each day
  • Will contain schoolwork, homework, reports, and
    newsletters
  • Two important practice activities
  • Calendar in the back is a daily behavior record
    that you sign each day

35
Report Cards
  • Report cards reflect skills that are required for
    Kindergarten
  • Mid term reports show student progress toward
    achieving these skills
  • Mastery of these skills is necessary for
    promotion to first grade
  • Conferences with parents

36
Parent Teacher Conferences
  • We will schedule conferences to discuss your
    childs test results and adjustment to school.

37
School Rules
  • Be ready
  • Be respectful
  • Be responsible

38
Kindergarten Rules
  1. Listen and follow directions
  2. Complete work on time and do your best
  3. Talk at appropriate times (raise hand)
  4. Respect others (keep hands, feet, and objects to
    self)
  5. Respect school and personal property
  6. Keep a positive attitude

39
  1. Behavior in cafeteria, bathroom, library, music,
    gym, computer lab, and hallways
  2. Homework completion
  3. Safety habits for myself and others
  4. Anything other than these will be dated and
    listed on this paper

40
Money
  • Please send lunch money on the first day of
    the week in an envelope marked with the students
    name and what the money is for.
  • Mealpay Plus

41
BASP
  • Mrs. Wilson

42
Field Trips
  • Autumn Acres Pumpkin Patch
  • October 31
  • Premier Athletics and Cedar Hill Park
  • May 1 (tentative)
  • School Wide Trip to the Zoo
  • May 22

43
  • We need volunteers to help in the classrooms.
    Please discuss this with us at open house.
    Volunteers are needed for the following
    activities
  • provide snacks
  • listen to students read
  • help with crafts and art activities
  • chaperone field trips
  • plan, serve, and clean up at parties
  • clean tables
  • file papers
  • any time you visit the school you must sign
    in at the office
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