Kindergarten

Children learn through play

Our goal is to provide many kinds of play experiences that support each child's development at his or her own pace, preparing them for entry into Grade 1 and providing a foundation for further success. Kindergarten provides developmentally appropriate learning experiences to meet the diverse needs of children and promote a positive attitude towards lifelong learning.

Rochester School's Kindergarten Program curriculum strives to develop early literacy, early numeracy and social-emotional development for school readiness and educational success. All children have strengths, and we promote the positive accomplishments each child makes. Children are encouraged to explore, discover, and interact.

Rochester School is very community-minded, and our Kindergarten students participate in all school events and have use of all school facilities.

Additional supports available include speech language therapy, occupational therapy, and behavioural therapy.

Who is Kindergarten for?

  • Kindergarten is for children who will be 5 years old as of Dec. 31 of the current school year.
  • Enrollment in Kindergarten is optional, but funding is provided through Alberta Education for children who attend 475 hours of Kindergarten in one year.

When and where is Kindergarten?

  • Rochester School's Kindergarten runs full days, four days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday)

What do you learn in Kindergarten?

  • Alphabet activities
  • Writing
  • Math
  • Physical education
  • Theme-based activities
  • Science/Social/Art
  • Music/Movement

How to register:

  • Registration forms are available at the Rochester School office or can be downloaded here.

For more information on Rochester Kindergarten, contact Rochester School at 780.698.3970 or email rochester@aspenview.org

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