Kindergarten is a year of tremendous social, behavioral, and academic growth.  First and foremost, students learn to be a part of a classroom community - learning to be kind, share, learn and play together, and take care of their classroom and each other.  It is also a year of learning work habits and independence, as students learn to follow directions, use strategies to complete tasks, and focus on trying their best in everything they do.  Students also learn about what it means to be responsible for their actions and making choices that affect others - with associated consequences.  With all of this, students learn through age-appropriate activities as they read, write, and explore math, science, and social studies concepts, among other academic subjects.  The goal of Kindergarten is to instill a love of learning in students, build relationships, and establish a positive connection with classmates, teachers, and the school community.


Literacy Links

Summer Reading Link

RAZ Kidsreading program for students. For use in school and at home. (For directions to RAZ Kids, please click here.)

PebbleGo - readings, videos, and pictures on various nonfiction topics

Math Links

Matific - interactive games and worksheets

Interactive Math Websites and Apps for Kids- document listing and describing various interactive math resources

Sheppard Software - a variety of math skill games

Resource Links

BrainPop - entertaining and educational videos and quizzes

Library Home Page  - teacher / student links listed

Library Catalog (Destiny) - online access to Willard School catalog

BrainPop - link to informative video site

Enchanted Learning - information on a variety of topics

School Climate Survey: K-3 Student Edition

 Have you filled a bucket?

Eileen Cutler
Christine Cugno
Marie Geigle
Margaret Souza 

Mrs. Cugno's Web Site

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