ROE Kindergarten

Where the magic begins - April 12

Reading at home

We are coming in to the home stretch of Kindergarten. We have worked so hard on reading and sight words this year and our progress has been awesome! But we don't want that to stall. We know this time of year gets busy (baseball, soccer or other engagements in Spring). We encourage you to continue your routine of reading and sight words daily. If you do not have a routine, this is the time to start one. Each child want to feel successful in their reading and we need you as a partner to continue to boost their confidence. Check out the picture that is attached. This is how reading just 20 minutes a day will effect your child. It is amazing!
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Mask up every day

We've recently noticed an increase in students arriving at school without a mask. We have a limited number of disposable masks on campus. Please ensure your child has a mask when they arrive at school each day and an extra one just in case theirs gets wet or torn. We appreciate your cooperation in helping keep our students healthy!

Updated calendar

Don't forget some of our school days have changed. Here is the updated calendar.

What We Are Learning

ELAR - We will gather information from a variety of sources, demonstrate understanding of information gathered, and dictate or compose informational text


Math- We will give an example of a measurable attribute of a given object, including length, capacity, and weight.


Science -We will identify basic parts of plants and animals.


Social Studies - The student understands the difference between human needs and wants and how they are met

Upcoming Events

May 3-7 - Teacher Appreciation Week

May 14 - Staff Development / No School for students

May 11-21 - STAAR Testing

May 27 - Last Day of School / End of year parties

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