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Accelerated Reader Home Connect Library
Before and After School Programs


Dates To Remember

12/20-1/8 Winter Recess

1/9 School Reconvenes

1/21 Martin Luther King Day (Pupil Free Day)

2/18 President’s Day (Pupil Free Day)

3/25-3/29 Spring Recess

4/19 Local Holiday (Good Friday)

5/27 Memorial Day

6/7 Last Day of School

Kindergarten "I Can" Statements

NGSS Science

Pushes and Pulls

Weather and Climate

Ecosystems Relationships

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Reading List Suggestions

Kindergarten Teachers

 Mr. David Coleman


Mrs. Christina Hunt


Kindergarten News

We hope everyone has had a FANTASTIC break! It has been wonderful to relax, recharge, unplug and catch up a little, especially on sleep! we look forward to starting a new year with each of you. 


Back in September, kindergarteners worked on “readiness” skills like “concepts of print,” (the way books and writing work), as well as letters, sounds, rhymes, and some early sight words. In math, students spent the fall on fundamental concepts like the meaning of numbers, their sequence, and what’s bigger, smaller, or equal. Some kids breezed through, but for some, it wasn’t always easy. Some kids may have taken as long as two months—until Halloween—just to feel comfortable in the setting.


But now, in the latter half of the kindergarten year, all those “readiness skills” are starting to pay off. Virtually all children have settled into their daily routines, and they are proud to enter into class, help one another during work times, and sit for rug-time. They can see their progress with letters and numbers, and they’re ready to go deeper. In fact, the weeks from January to March are often so settled and productive that teachers call this the “sweet spot” of the year. Classes are starting to work as communities, and everyone benefits.


We would love to have you come volunteer in the classroom or in our PTA.  Whether that means you can volunteer once a week, once a month or twice a year, we would love to see you and get to know you.  When your children see you value education, they learn to value it too.

Please ask us questions anytime, we are here to be of help.  :))


The K Team Teachers  

Pete the Cat Is Ready for Kindergarten!

Pete the Cat Is Ready for Kindergarten!


Kindergarten Word Games:  click here

IXL Math Practice: click here

Habitat Match Up click here

Starfall: click here

Math Games:  click here

Science Summaries and Games:  click here

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Gold Ribbon Award!

Garden Grove IMPACT Academy has been recognized with a 2016 Gold Ribbon Award from the California Department of Education. Tom Torlakson, Superintendent of Public Instruction, announced the list of California’s 2016 Gold Ribbon Schools recently. "These schools shine as bright beacons for others, putting forth an exemplary effort to ensure that every student is ready for 21st century college and careers," Torlakson said. "California teachers are developing an education model for the nation, training the students of today to be the problem-solvers, inventors, and pioneers of tomorrow." 

 The Gold Ribbon Award celebrates the teamwork, positive school culture, and focus on student success that are Garden Grove IMPACt Academy traditions.



Thank you for your support for all of our fundraisers, like our annual MOVE-A-THON! All donations are spent on classroom supplies such as glue sticks, construction paper, special project materials, and any other supplies to meet the needs of the classroom.