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5K Program

The 5K curriculum is designed to instill a natural curiosity and a love of learning, a sense of responsibility for one's own work, and to develop a passion for reading and writing.   Teachers use a combination of whole group, small group and individual instruction in order to meet the needs of all learners. 

Students receive daily instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. In addition students attend physical education, computers, makerspace, special purpose fridays, library, and music classes.

5K students attend chapel daily. Chapel includes daily prayer and worship through songs and finger play. Students participate in weekly bible stories that are led by early childhood teachers and are interactive and developmentally appropriate.

Special Events and Activities:

Seasonal Activities: Students participate and attend seasonal programs and performances such as the Halloween Carnival, Thanksgiving Feast, Christmas Program, Charro Days Program, Easter Program and Egg Hunt, and Mothers’ Day Brunch.

Hands-On Science Activities and Nature Trail: Hands-on science activities and Nature Trail are done throughout the year and give students the opportunity to discover, observe, and experiment. Students are encouraged to use their senses as they learn about the world and to document learning in their science journals. 

Community Service Project: Students participate in a service project to meet a recognized community need and develop an awareness of and respect for diverse populations.

Meet the Author: After months of writing with guidance and practice, students showcase their work as the authors of class books. These books display their self-expression and writing skills.

Graduation: 5K students mark the end of their Kindergarten career with a memorable graduation ceremony.