Kindergartners celebrate the 100th day of school with a parade and lots of learning activities around the number 100. With the help of their parents, students come dressed to school on the 100th day wearing outfits with exactly 100 items on them.
Kindergartners celebrate Dr. Seuss Day in the early spring by dressing up as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters, reading Dr. Seuss books, and even making green eggs and ham!
Students dress up and learn about a future career on Career Day in the fall as part of their social studies curriculum. In the morning, they parade around the entire Lower School and Early Childhood Education, showing preschoolers the endless possibilities of their future.
Kindergartners spend a fun day with their friends at the zoo, learning about different types of wildlife and building friendships from their class as they enjoy the environment with their parents and siblings on a school day.
Around Easter, kindergarten students visit Good Samaritan Village in Denton, where they share the gospel through "Resurrection Eggs" to the elderly residents there.