Kindergarten is all about learning to learn!
Kindergarten is a time for children to expand their love of learning, their general knowledge, their ability to get along with others, and their interest in reaching out to the world. In Kindergarten, at Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy, we present a well-rounded faith-based curriculum that encourages a lifelong love of learning and prepares our children to confidently enter first grade.
Dear Kindergarten Parents,
During our school closure, I will be using Class DOJO (https://www.classdojo.com/) to take attendance and post daily work that must be completed. Instructions will be sent so that every parent/student may create their profile and access my class page on Class DOJO.
Please log-on to Class DOJO every day to view my daily message. Respond to the message so I may take attendance. Attendance will be taken between 9 and 10 am. Only children/parents who respond to the message will be marked as present for that day.
Daily work may include, a Superkids lesson. A sight word video and activity. A math video and worksheet. A Religion video story and page. A story (read aloud on YouTube) and story response; science activity. I will also post songs that we use daily in our classroom that correspond with each activity. Some activities will require you to print so that your child may complete them. If printing is not possible, please copy the activity onto a separate piece of paper. All printed activities and story responses will be collected upon our return to school. For math and science activities, please email pictures of your child’s completed work.
If there are any questions or concerns regarding the work, I will be logged onto Class DOJO every day between 9-12. You may also email through my school email (email@example.com).
In the event you can not access Class DOJO, all daily work will also be posted on my class page on the school website (Daily Work- Distance Learning). On days that you cannot access Class DOJO, you must email me with a message so that I may mark your child as present.
During this time, please try to keep your child on a regular schedule. Pray the daily prayers including praying before meals. Allow time for independent play, gross motor play, and quiet/rest. Read together every day. Provide your child with a work area that has markers, crayons, and pencils.
This is new for all of us, but I am confident we can all make it work for the benefit of the children. I will miss seeing them every day, and I look forward to when we can all return to our daily routines.
Spectrum: Anyone who does not have internet access at home can call 855-567-9656. Let the representative know that you have been affected by the Coronavirus and the school has closed. Even if you do not have an account, they will give you Internet access.