We learn about…

  • God as our Good Father
  • God sent us his Son as our Savior
  • Jesus shows his great love

Excellence in Academics

We excel in…
English/Language Arts

  • In Kindergarten we learn to read and write by engaging in many fun an interesting activities. Students are actively involved in their own learning experience.


  • Hands on activities is the key to learning math concepts in depth. Practicing number recognition and counting objects everyday.  Individual attention for every student to ensure understanding.

Science/Social Studies

  • Many different topics are covered in our Science and Social Studies Curriculum.  Reading, Writing drawing and art projects using informational text to reinforce all concepts.

Active in the Community

We contribute to our Community through…

  • Contributions to the food pantry
  • Singing at the Nursing Home
  • Field trips


More from Mrs. Keba’s Kindergarten

Policies, Websites, Supplies

For the children entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2015, the following supplies will be needed:

1. One box of crayons or twistables, (please, no bigger than a box of 24)

2. A crayon box

3. 12 Sharpened Pencils

4. A package of 4 fine tip DRY ERASE markers (not ultra fine)

5. A pair of scissors

6. 2 bottles of glue and 6 glue sticks

7. Lunch or lunch money, $2.00 (this includes milk)

8. Milk money .50

9. Sneakers for Phys. Ed. These can be left in the classroom.

10. Two boxes of tissues

11. A backpack or book bag

12. A bag of extra clothes marked with your child’s name

13. A paint shirt

14. A healthy snack for your child (packed each day)

15. If your child is riding the bus, it is a good idea to pin a tag to your child’s backpack with their destination.

16. Two packages of wipes

17. a clipboard regular paper size

18. Bring your favorite book for the teacher to read to the class.

Classroom policies and procedures

We have snack around 1:30 or 2:00 pm each day.  Please send a snack each day with your child (just for your own child) or you can send a box of snacks for your child to keep at school.


Birthday snacks are welcome!  If you would like to send in something for your child’s birthday, please let us know ahead of time.  It would be greatly appreciated if the snack is something easy to pass out (cupcakes, brownies, cookies, pudding, ice cream cups or individually packaged items). Please don’t send any large bottles of juice or milk. Juice boxes or pouches are appreciated.


We will usually paint on Fridays so please make sure your child has a paint shirt (old T-shirts work best).


The children need to be able to tuck their shirts into their shorts/pants independently.  This is hard for them to learn, and it isn’t something that we can practice at school, so please practice at home.


Each Math lesson has a homework page attached to it please make sure you do the homework page with your child, if it hasn’t been completed at school, to reinforce the lesson taught.  They do not have to be returned to school.


Your child has their own IXL password which is a great way to reinforce math skills. We ask that you try to have your child spend 10 to 15 minutes a night (as much as possible) using the IXL website.


Gym class is on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Sneakers can be left at school or brought in as needed. Music is on Tuesday and Thursday.  Art is on Tuesday.  Library is on Friday.  Please return library books on Fridays.


If you haven’t sent in a change of clothes please do so as soon as possible.


We would greatly appreciate your e-mail address and/or cell phone numbers. Please write them on the sheet provided at open house.  If you don’t attend open house please send this information into school with your child.


If you are interested in coming into school to help out with various activities, we will send home a note about this very soon.


If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact us.


This week, November 16 in Kindergarten

ELA: Unit 3 week 1 

Weekly Concept: Rules to go by

Essential Question:  What Rules do we follow in different places?    

Story: How do dinosaurs go to school?

 letter : Ii

star words: to

letter review: Mm, Aa, Ss, Pp, Tt

star word review: I, can, we, the, see, a, like

Mathematics: Chapter 5 Two-dimensional shapes

Religion: Chapter 10: Thanking is Good

Social Studies: Pilgrims, Native Americans, Thanksgiving

Science: What is Matter?




Monday: Music, Art, Technology

Tuesday: Physical Education

Wednesday: Music

Thursday: Physical Education

Friday: Library, Physical Education


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