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Kindergarten Round-Up is Monday at Prairie Elementary

WORTHINGTON -- Future kindergarteners will have the opportunity to experience life at Prairie Elementary during the Kindergarten Round-Up on Monday, March 19.

WORTHINGTON - Future kindergarteners will have the opportunity to experience life at Prairie Elementary during the Kindergarten Round-Up on Monday, March 19.

In order to accommodate parent schedules, there are three sessions scheduled during the day. Sessions will be held at 9 a.m., noon and 5:30 p.m. If you haven’t filled out the registration paperwork, you will want to arrive 15 minutes prior to the sessions. If you are in need of transportation, please call Head Start at 376-4195. They will assist you in getting to the session that works best with your schedule. Spanish and Karen interpreters will be available for all the sessions.

Parents are encouraged to bring their future kindergarten student with them to Round-Up. As part of the event, children will receive a “goodie bag” containing items that have been donated by District 518. The sessions will have a craft activity furnished by Head Start, story time, a bus ride, and a sing-a-long for children. Tours of the building will be offered. Parents will attend an informational meeting where they will learn all about Prairie Elementary and our kindergarten program.

Registration information was distributed through daycare centers and preschools. Those children who do not attend a preschool or daycare center had the registrations mailed to their home. Those who did not receive the information but have a child who will be 5 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2018, should contact Prairie Elementary at 727-1250 for assistance in registering their child for kindergarten.

If the Round-Up date does not work for your schedule, please feel free to drop off the registration materials in the office at Prairie Elementary anytime during office hours.

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