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Transitional Kindergarten

Transitional Kindergarten

Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is the gap between Prekindergarten and Kindergarten.

 

The implementation of TK was cause and effect essay topics designed to offer students papperrater an early start at developing the basic skills in reading readiness, phonemic awareness, language development and math.

 

The social-emotional development of a student is also a vital part of the TK curriculum. Opportunities for playing, socializing and exploring are offered on a daily basis both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

The TK classroom’s design offers centers for Manipulative Play, Block Play, Art Creation, Dramatic Play and individual Reading and Writing. Academic Instruction is equally important to the general development of a TK student. Academic Instruction covers Common Core activities geared to preparing students for complete success in Kindergarten.

Elementary

Elementary

Kindergarten through Fifth Grade

 

This 2015 – 2016 school year, ATWCC elementary is extending its academic program to 2nd grade students, which makes ATWCC a Kindergarten through 2nd grade program. The year following the program is expected to offer 3rd grade, then 4th grade, until it reaches its goal of offering 5th grade and becoming a fully accredited TK through 5th grade program.

 

ATWCCs academic program is full time and offers a curriculum that is aligned with the Common Core Standards. The subjects taught include: language arts, phonemic awareness, sight words, reading, math, social studies, science and math.

 

While all subjects are taught in a traditional paper and pencil form, ATWCC has also adopted the ‘hands-on’ learning approach. It is ATWCCs believe that the hands-on approach is the most effective teaching method for all age groups.

 

The hands-on approach allows student to use their senses to learn and process information that enhances a student’s cognitive and social-emotional skills.

Times and Schedules

Times and Schedules

Times and Schedules

 

During the school-year months of mid-August through mid-June, the academic program begins at 8:30am and ends at 2:50pm.

 

Students in both the Extended Day and Core Day program are required to arrive to school no later than 8:30am and depart no earlier than 2:50pm.

 

We believe that offering consistency and stability to our students promotes academic and social-emotional well-being. This is why Attendance and Punctuality is an essential trait that is requested of the families that attend Around the World. The consistency of both also plays a huge role in determining a student’s continuous enrollment.

School Uniforms

School Uniforms

TK through 5th grade students are required to wear blue uniform bottoms with a school Logo Polo. On Friday, students are required to wear their school spirit T-shirt, also with blue bottoms.

 

(Uniforms are NOT required during school breaks nor during the summertime)

 

As a safety precaution, our schools Dress Code policy requires students to wear secure non-slip shoes with either shoe strings or Velcro.

 

Velcro shoes are required for students that cannot tie their own shoe strings.

Nutritious Snacks & Meals

Nutritious Snacks & Meals

Meals offered at our center include morning cereal, mid-morning and afternoon snacks that include, fresh fruit with crackers or peanut butter and cheese or pretzels. Lunch is offered Monday through Thursday and twice per month a fun lunch is offered at a separate cost.  On Friday students are required to bring their own lunch.

How to Enroll

How to Enroll

Prior to enrollment these items are required:

 

1.  Immunization Records

2.  Health Physical

3.  Child’s Photo

 

Enrollment by appointment only.

 

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