National Blue Ribbon Award
For Excellence 2001 | 2015

Kindergarten

An Individualized Curriculum

The kindergarten curriculum is a full day curriculum that centers on religion, language arts and math. Science and social studies are also a part of the curriculum. Kindergarten also receives extra-curricular classes in music, physical education, art, library, and computer classes. The kindergarten is also exposed to many other topics by field trips and guest speakers.

The kindergarten curriculum is individualized to serve the needs of our students. We meet the needs of our students through differentiated instruction, RtI-Response to Intervention, and by small group instruction. Our goal is for each child to find success in learning.

An important role that we want to instill in our students is their service to our community. We are involved in many service projects throughout the year that help to expose them to the needs of others. We put our faith in action with our annual Castle of Cans project. Kindergarteners inspire the whole school to donate cans and food to local families in need. By handling all phases of this service project, our students walk in the footsteps of Jesus and continue His work here on Earth.

Parent involvement is also a key part to our curriculum. We expect our parents to work as a team with the teachers for the success of the students. Parents are welcomed into the classroom for Parent Story Time and other activities that happen throughout the year.

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Kindergarten: Meet Our Teachers

Mrs. Julie Abeling

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BA, Elementary Education, Northern Kentucky University

Mrs. Susan Zalot

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BA in English, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH
Preschool Teacher Certification, Dean College, Franklin, MA
MA in Inclusive Early Childhood Education (Pre-K – Grade 3), College of Mt. St. Joseph

Mrs. Jenny Long

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BA, Elementary Education, University of Kentucky

Ms. Jennifer Siemer

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BA, Elementary Education, Thomas More College