Immanuel Lutheran Kindergarten works together with families to educate the whole child. The spiritual, social, emotional, intellectual, and physical aspects of each student are valued and enhanced. Classes are taught by experienced teachers who work to individualize instruction; they provide an exciting and warm classroom environment where each child can thrive and develop a lifetime love of learning.
Immanuel’s enriched kindergarten curriculum includes a multisensory approach to both Language Arts and Math. Students gain knowledge of new concepts and develop critical thinking skills with KinderMath’s hands-on engaging math activities and fun manipulatives. The Orton-Gillingham approach promotes age appropriate development of phonics, phonemic awareness, and general reading and writing skills.
Students are encouraged to expand upon their current level of knowledge, and our small class size allows for individualized instruction for students who may struggle or excel. Our Accelerated Reader program provides opportunities for each child to work on reading and reading comprehension at his/her level.
Daily classroom instruction includes:
- Bible story focused Jesus time
- Story time whole group discussion and activity time
- Large motor movement opportunities
- Cooperative learning opportunities
- Center exploration
Throughout the week children enjoy special activities such as:
- iPad-enhanced activities
- 4th Grade Reading Buddies
Late Start Program
5 Days a Week - 9:45 a.m.-2:10 p.m.
5 Days a Week - 7:40 a.m.-2:10 p.m.
Students must be 5 years old on or by Sept. 1 of the current school year.
Bus services is available for kindergarteners residing within District 15.
Immanuel Lutheran Kindergarten inspires students to be independent, motivated learners using their God-given gifts to discover new possibilities and grow in their love for God and others.