Rushford - Peterson Public School District
1000 Pine Meadows Ln, Rushford, MN, 55971-2602
Distance: 958 Miles
School-based Kindergarten helps children experience major cognitive, language, physical, social and emotional development. Full-day kindergarten offers several opportunities to build upon prekindergarten or early learning experiences.
Kindergarten classes are provided through Minnesota public school districts. More information about Kindergarten programs can be found online.
Children must be five-years-old by September 1 in the calendar year that school starts.
Each child must provide documentation of required immunization and have participated in a school district's early childhood screening program. A child may also meet this requirement by participating in a comparable health and developmental screening program provided by Head Start, Child and Teen Checkups or through a health care provider. If a parent is a conscientious objector to the screening program for their child, the child does not need to participate in the state screening program.
Children who are not yet five-years-old on or before September 1 may be considered for early entrance. Each school board establishes its own early admission policy for early entrance.
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Serves Fillmore, Houston, and Winona Counties
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Educational institutions that provide foundation-level learning experiences in a formal school setting to prepare children age four to five for admission to the graded system of learning. Activities usually include an introduction to the alphabet; learning basic numbers; comprehending and distinguishing between different forms and shapes; memory training; physical coordination; basic music, art, drama and dance as aids to learning through enjoyment; simple science projects; nature study and storytelling.