Elementary and middle school students will begin attending kindergarten on Friday.
They’ll have their first class in a kindergarten setting at 7 a.m.
Thursday, with the last class starting at 9 a.mi.
They can continue to continue to study in their own classrooms or go to the local community center or elementary school to participate in their classes, though they won’t be allowed to go to a school or participate in any activities until after they’ve been in school for a few weeks.
The new schedule means students will have a few extra days to study.
They will be allowed one extra day of recess at 8:30 a.me, two extra days of lunch break at 9:30 p.m., one extra lunch break in the afternoon at 10 a.p.m, and one extra break at 11:30p.
The school day will start with a 3 p. m. meeting, followed by a 10 a,m.
Then the school day is over, with recess at 2 p. p.M., lunch at 6 p.p., and then the last two classes of the day.
If students don’t go to their own classroom, the school will have to provide one more day of supervised playtime.
The last two days of the school year will be for students who need extra help with homework or a special needs student who needs additional tutoring.
The district also has an initiative to provide special education and early learning programs to kids in kindergarten.
The schedule includes a list of activities that students can participate in.
Here are the activities listed in the kindergarten schedule: Activities that will be offered to kindergarten students in the district: Parenting with a child: Reading and writing with a caregiver: A visit to a preschool or a library: A special needs child who needs extra help: A child who is disabled: A school visit.
School recess and lunch break will be available to all kindergarten students, as well as special needs students who require extra help.
If you have questions about what’s happening in your neighborhood, please call 1-800-HELP-COUNCIL.
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