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Kindergarten Registration
 
Tuesday, February 26th
 
Mary Morgan Cafeteria
 
12-5 pm
 
 Hearing screenings will be offered from 12-5 pm
 (Screenings are optional)
 
Children must be 5 years old by
September 1st, 2019
To be eligible for Kindergarten.
 
The following items are required:
    Original certified birth certificate from the courthouse – hospital copies will not be accepted.
    Parent/Guardian names and telephone numbers
    Proof of residency – new families to the district. Copy of mortgage statement or lease and 2 bill statements.
 
 
How Can I Tell My Child Is Ready for Kindergarten?
 
Follow spoken directions and obey rules
Listen without interrupting
Get along with others
Speak clearly
Use the bathroom without help
Put on (and take off) shoes and coats without help
Know basic shapes and count to 10
Use crayons and scissors
Write his/her first name
Listen and enjoy stories
Know some/all alphabet letters
 
 
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Grounds Maintenance Notice!

Please be aware that weed control and fertilization of the lawns at all District 226 schools will take place on Saturday, May 4, 2019 through Sunday, May 5, 2019 weather permitting.
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Grounds Maintenance Notice!

Please be aware that weed control and fertilization of the lawns at all District 226 schools will take place on Friday, April 19, 2019 through Sunday, April 28, 2019 weather permitting.
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  • Enrollment Number Total number of students enrolled is 653.
  • boardoftrustees Class Sizes Average number of students per class is 21.
  • Student Mobility Student who transfer in or out of school between the first day of October and the last school day of the year is 12%.
  • applebooks Teacher Retention Of full time teachers, 88.3% return to the elementary school year to year.
  • Advanced Academic Classes Advanced classes are offered in math and language arts for grades 4 and 5.
  • Outside the Core In addition to core academics, all students have classes in art, library, music, social & emotional learning, and technology.
  • Beyond Academics Outside the classroom students participate in K-Kids, the Kiwanis elementary school program.
  • 1-to-1 Computing Students in grades 2-5 are issued a Chromebook for accessing curriculum, producing products of learning, and developing 21st Century skills.

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