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Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten Registration Begins February 1, 2019
Posted 1/22/19

Our annual registration process for Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten begins February 1, 2019. Registration packets will be available.
 

Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten

Black Oak Mine offers both a one year and a two-year Kindergarten program.

  • The one year Kindergarten (K) is for those students who turn five on or before September 1,2019.
  • The two-year program is a year of Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and a year of Kindergarten. This program is for students who turn 5 between the dates of Sept. 2 and Dec. 2, 2019.This program presents a gift of time to help support younger children to become socially and academically ready for entry into a traditional kindergarten setting.
  • We also extend our TK enrollment to include students who turn 5 by March 15, 2020. Children with a birthdate closest to Dec. 2, 2019 are given priority.
  • All enrollment in K and TK is based upon birthdate, class size, assessments & developmental readiness.
  • All TK and K students begin school in August.
  • TK and K are offered at all school sites.

Please contact your school for registration packets, information on parent nights and to sign up for an appointment date for TK-K Round-up. All families need an appointment and children need to come to Round-up for initial assessments and to meet teachers.


Northside STEAM School, 885-4079    

Georgetown School of Innovation & Otter Creek School, 333-8320

American River Charter School, 333-8340


You may also contact Monica Woodall, Early Education Services Coordinator for BOMUSD, at Northside School, (530) 885-4079 or mwoodall@bomusd.org for more information.


Please see the Black Oak Mine School District website or the Divide Ready by 5 website for parent night dates, Round-up dates and more information regarding our Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs.


Sincerely,


Monica Woodall,Early Education Services Coordinator, BOMUSD