K-Plus Kindergarten Enrichment

Welcome to K-Plus

K-Plus, Lenski’s extended day enrichment program for kindergarten students, is a tuition based program designed to give Kindergarten students an additional half day of enrichment 2, 3 or 4 days a week. K-Plus teachers reinforce the literacy curriculum and academic concepts taught in Kindergarten through a mix of teacher guided and free choice activities that strengthen their gross/fine motor skills, shape their social interactions, and build their confidence as a learner and person.

K-Plus Enrichment Activities

·        Daily literature focusing on a letter a week

·        Learning the sights and sounds of letters

·        Daily writing

·        Extending math concepts from kindergarten curriculum

·        Reading in groups and independently

·        Literature inspired arts and crafts

·        Playing in small groups at learning centers to develop problem solving skills and encourage socialization

·        Having fun with songs and movement to advance gross-motor development

·        Making friends and encouraging physical activity during recess

Morning kindergarten students attend K-Plus in the afternoon.  Lunch is eaten between the regular kindergarten program and K-Plus. Students may bring a lunch or purchase lunch in the cafeteria.  There is a $50 non-refundable fee due at the time of registration.

Child care for before and after school is also available in Super Stars SACC (School Age Child Care) for an additional cost.

K-Plus Staff

A Typical Day in K-Plus

A typical afternoon in K-Plus

Meet children on the primary playground and bring to classroom

Gathering and business of the day

Literacy: Introduce books based on the current topic, lesson from the daily literature, and a related project

Wash hands and snack time

Sound board; centers that reinforce kindergarten skills such as writing, math worplaces, and independent reading. Science once a week.

Outside recess

Wash hands and have lunch

Videos related to the current topic

Outside recess and dismissal