Ready for Kindergarten

L’Anse Creuse Public Schools offers full-time kindergarten at each of the district’s nine elementary schools.  Transitional Kindergarten will be offered at two elementary schools.

Word DocumentTransitional Kindergarten Information

PDF DocumentKindergarten Program (printable brochure)
PDF DocumentKindergarten Entry Requirements

Enrollment Fair

L’Anse Creuse Public Schools will hold two district-wide enrollment fairs at the Harry L. Wheeler Community Center and Administrative Offices in February for incoming kindergarten parents to enroll their child.

PDF DocumentKindergarten Enrollment Fair

To obtain more information on the kindergarten enrollment fair, please contact

Diane Lobbestael
Department of Curriculum and Instruction 
(586) 783-6300 x 1310.

Enrollment packets are available on our website and should be completed and returned at the enrollment fair.  If you are unable to attend the fair, you may return the completed packet to the school building your child will attend.

Schools of Choice information available after February 3, 2020.

Kindergarten

Kindergarten students engage in curriculum that integrates technology into the daily experience and provides hands-on science activities. Students actively participate in music, physical education and media curriculum.

Students enrolling in our kindergarten program begin their academic career at L’Anse Creuse developing social skills, confidence and positive self-image with an emphasis on cognitive development. L’Anse Creuse students receive instruction delivered in a safe and nurturing environment, led by highly qualified teachers with specifications in early childhood learning that exceed state and federal mandates. Literacy specialists and highly qualified instructional paraprofessionals support classroom initiatives, providing a deeper academic experience for each of our programs.

TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN

Transitional Kindergarten, also known as TK, is a free program being offered in L'Anse Creuse for next fall.  TK is the first of a two-year kindergarten sequence.  Students attend TK followed by Kindergarten the next school year.

TK was created for children who would benefit from an additional year of growth and development before attending kindergarten.  This program will allow our youngest learners the time they need to grow academically, socially, and emotionally in order to be fully prepared for kindergarten.  (More information see Transitional Kindergarten Information document above)