KINDERGARTEN to 4TH GRADE
The maximum number of students in each class in grades K-4 is 20. A teacher’s assistant is added to a class depending on the needs of the class or when the class is at or nearly at capacity.
Students in 1st – 6th grade participate in Passport Club, which teaches world geography. Each month, students are tested individually on their ability to locate specific locations on a map. Parents are involved by helping their student study their map at home, and parent volunteers are used once a month on testing days to test the students.
All students from preschool – 8th grade get to experience choir. In addition to choir, older students learn an instrument. Students in grades 3 and 4 learn the recorder, grades 5 and 6 learn the ukulele, and grades 7 and 8 learn to play guitar, hand bells and chimes. To showcase what they have learned, students put on a Christmas play, a spring concert, and sing once during the school year at Faith Lutheran Church services.
All students in grades K-8 receive P.E. instruction each week. Health class is taught by the classroom teacher.
Students in grades K-4 utilize technology in varying degrees. Students in the early grades are introduced to computers, while older students learn keyboarding, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. A class set of Chromebooks is used at all levels, with 3rd and 4th graders spending the most time with them.
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