Greenwich Schools to Host “Kindergarten Spotlight” on Nov 13

ISD Kindergartener Jameson Grant and High Touch High Tech instructor, Christopher Stetson, conduct a hands-on \”Let\’s Make Sense\” experiment as part of the High Touch High Tech visit this month. File photo

On Tuesday Greenwich Public Schools announces a new opportunity to learn about the District’s Kindergarten program – “Kindergarten Spotlight.”

The event will be held on November 13, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall Meeting Room, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich.

Kindergarten Spotlight has been added to the annual Greenwich Schools registration process held at individual schools beginning in February each year.

Kindergarten Spotlight provides an earlier opportunity to learn about the Greenwich Schools kindergarten program for families that are considering their options for enrollment in school year 2019-2020.

Elementary Principals and District administrators will provide information on the GPS approach to teaching the Town’s young learners, setting them on the path to academic, personal and interpersonal success. Attendees will learn about the Greenwich Schools curriculum, services, and programs, a day in the life of a student, the Greenwich Schools roadmap to personalizing learning for every student, and the magnet school program offerings in four of the District’s elementary schools.

Elementary Principals will also provide an opportunity to address attendees’ most pressing questions.

The annual Greenwich Kindergarten Registration process begins with parent orientation at each elementary school on February 21, 2019, followed by Registration appointments in March 2019, and Student Visitation on May 16, 2019.

More details on the Registration process will be released later this year and may be found on the website at
www.greenwichschools.org/registration.