The Kindergarten program at Assumption-St. Bridget School provides the foundation for each student’s journey of personal, spiritual, and academic growth. ASB students develop critical thinking skills and express their insights in new ways as they experience what it means to be part of a faith community. Throughout their years at ASB, students build on the skills that they begin to develop in kindergarten. ASB students explore their own strengths and talents and develop an understanding of themselves as learners. They develop effective study habits and gain the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed beyond ASB. We strive to develop leaders for the future who are Inspired to Learn, Called to Serve, and Prepared to Lead.
If you have questions, please contact our Enrollment and Advancement Officer, Kaitlyn Miller at email@example.com, or call 206.593.5131.
Now Enrolling for 2020-21
- Students must be 5 years old by August 31 in order to be age-eligible for Kindergarten.
- Each spring, our Kindergarten team offers Gesell Observations to all incoming Kindergartners, at no cost. This screening is not an evaluation or test, nor is it used as a factor in admission. The screening helps identify a developmental age for each student, offers context about Kindergarten-readiness, and helps the teachers balance the classes and plan appropriate instruction for students.
- ASB Kindergarten is full-day, from 8:30am to 3:00pm, with Monday dismissal at 2:00pm.
- Classes are taught by certified teachers, assisted by two full-time aides.
- Students have two outdoor recess periods each day.
- Kindergarteners gather with the rest of the school community for liturgies and other shared prayer experiences.
- Weekly learning centers (with parent volunteers) allow students to work in small group activities centered around phonics, art, math, social studies, science, and reading.
- Students participate in a school-wide “buddy” program. Each Kindergartener is paired with a fourth-grade student. Throughout the year, buddies work together in a variety of ways, enriching the school experience, collaborating on service projects and helping Kindergarteners build relationships with older students.