Planning for Kindergarten - Find resources to “check out” in our SQ Library!
05/18/2013 Published by: Suzanne
With this school year coming to a close, many parents are already thinking about the start of the next school year . . . especially those with children nearing their time to start Kindergarten! These parents may be asking themselves, “Is My Child Ready?”, “How do I get my son or daughter registered?”, and/or “What are the current immunization requirements for starting Kindergarten?”
Our very own SchoolQuest.org™ Library is a great place to get started when seeking answers to these questions. With a whole section devoted to issues regarding Early Childhood and Preparation, and articles specifically addressing the questions above, it is sure to be worth your time.
Getting started is easy . . . from the SchoolQuest.org home page, click on the “Library” link and then on the link for the “Early Childhood & Preparation” section. From there you can choose which article(s) to read at your leisure.
A visit to the “library” was never so quick and easy . . . for the sake of the child.
*Be sure to use our free “Student Profiles” feature for your new student as well where you can create a password protected file to keep track of where your child has attended school, what activities they’ve participated in and the awards/honors they’ve earned . . . a very handy feature when you need to register for a new school in the future, or when your student begins to apply for jobs and scholarships!Share This Page
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