Kendallvue Classrooms


Hours for 2018-2019

AM                        PM
 8:00-11:00             12:00-3:00 



Dear Kendallvue Preschool Families,

The second round of enrollment is now underway.  If you did not get your child registered prior to Feb. 8th, you may do so now.  If you are having difficulty with the enrollment process please let me know, I will do my best to assist.  The most recent information I've seen is that first round registration offers will be made Feb. 26th/27th, families have until March 4th to accept or decline placement.

Thank you for your patience as we all learn this new process.

Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Monday Feb. 25th.  Keep in mind if you are unable to attend a conference special arrangements can be made to work with your schedule.

Dates to Remember

March 6th – Ms. Linda from Jefferson County Library

March 14th- Lifetouch Picture Day

March 15th-Kendallvue class in session, no elementary

March 25th - March 29th - Spring Break (No school)

April 2nd - Preschool classes resume


We ask that all parents follow the “Golden Rule of Health”.  Please remember that a child, who is too sick to take part in school activities, would be more comfortable at home.  For the protection of your child and his/her schoolmates, it is advised that children be kept at home if the following symptoms are present:


1. Skin Rash or sores                                     7. Diarrhea

2. Stomachache or nausea                             8. Ear ache

3. Vomiting                                                  9. Coughing

4. Flushed face                                           10. Fever of 100 ̊ or more

5. Inflamed eyes                                        11. Heavy nasal discharge

6. Chills                                                  12. Taking an antibiotic for less than 24 hours


If a child becomes sick at school the parent will be called. It is expected that the parent, or another designated adult, pick up the child within the hour. We recommend that a child with a fever should return to school when they have been free of the fever (without medication) for a 24-hour period and recovered from symptoms.


Thank you for your continued support of Kendallvue Preschool



 We follow Colorado Academic Standards, using Bridge to Curriculum and Tools of the Mind as  preschool resources. Our work with children focuses on self-regulation, focused attention and deliberate memory.

A sample of a day might be: 

Opening group (name games, charting the weather, calendar, finger plays, and songs)

  Small groups: science, literacy, math

 Outside time: at least 30 minutes per day (depending on weather)

Play planning: Children set a plan each day as to where they want to play

(dramatic play, science, table toys, blocks, art, and literacy).

Each center has a corresponding color. The children draw their plan each day.  This is a great way to engage in conversation with your child.  (Where did you play today?  Which center?  What did you do there, which friend did you play with today?).

                                   Centers:  Children go to the area they have chosen on their play plans and stay there for 10 minutes at the first of the year and will work up to 45-50 minutes.

  CLOSING GROUP:  Good-bye song, music and movement.

 Green Room Teachers - Temp 6

     Ms. Danni


                                           Ms. Caroline
Blue Room Teachers - Temp 4

 Ms. Amiee

Ms. Carol

Support Staff assisting all Children
Ms. Erica, Ms. Michelle, and Ms. Lara

The Preschool Office is located in Temp. 5 on
the North-West side of Kendallvue Elementary