A place where children love to learn
Kindergarten is an important year. What kids learn in kindergarten helps to build the foundation for lifelong learning. We teach kids how to read and write, how to get along with others, and how to solve problems. But more importantly, we teach kids how to love learning!
Your child will make new friends and have lots of time to play and explore the world around them. We welcome each child at their current level of ability and provide developmentally-appropriate learning activities.
"Teaching kindergarten at Stonebridge is full of life-changing moments where students continually 'glow' and 'grow.' I am so grateful that I am able to see students beam with excitement for learning each day!"
– Katie Dewall, Kindergarten teacher
Join us for our Virtual Kindergarten Orientation
Zoom meetings will be offered on Thursday, February 25 at 7pm and Friday, February 26 at 10am and 1pm. The Zoom link was provided in our February 17 email communication. If you did not receive the email, please reach out to our main office at (651) 351-8700.
This is a great time for parents/guardians to learn about what they can expect in kindergarten, meet our staff and ask questions. The same information will be presented at each meeting so please pick the time that works best for your family.
Wondering what your child will be learning in kindergarten? Curious how they'll be graded or assessed? Or maybe you just want to see how kindergarten has changed since you were a kid ! Our Elementary Roadmap is designed to help you find the answers to all of your school-related questions in kindergarten and beyond.
"Kindergarten is a big transition for everyone, kids and parents alike. The staff at Stonebridge does an amazing job engaging students, making learning fun and exciting, and keeping families informed!”
– Shelley Pak, Kindergarten Parent