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Kindergarten Information!

Kindergarten students who have already been registered at GTL should have received letters in the mail with a testing date and time. Please see the calendar of dates below:

Wednesday, August 8- Testing Day 1
Thursday, August 9 - Testing Day 2
Friday, August 10 - Testing Day 3

Friday, August 10 - 1:00 pm
K Student Orientation - all students and parents will report to the cafeteria with supplies. Here, there will be a general session followed by homeroom assignments. Students and parents will then go to classrooms to drop off supplies and meet the teacher.

Monday, August 13 - 1st Day GIRLS ONLY - parents are allowed to park in Foster Park and walk their child to class
Tuesday, August 14 - 1st Day BOYS ONLY - parents are allowed to park in Foster Park and walk their child to class
Wednesday, August 15 - Day 1 all K students together

New Student Registration

Tuesday, July 24th - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Please bring a valid ID, original social security card & birth certificate of student, last year's report card, & proof of residence (current utility bill). If you are living with someone, a notarized statement, current utility bill in that person's name & a federal document with the address and your name on it will need to be provided.

If parents registered their child for Kindergarten before May 25th, a letter should have been mailed advising of the child's testing date (August 8th - 10th). 

Save the Date!
Meet and Greet at GTL
Bring your school supplies and meet your new teacher!
Monday, August 6
Last Name A-L 3:00-4:00
Last Name M-Z 4:00-5:00
Anyone 5:00-5:30

Please read the important information below!!

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School is in session from 7:55am to 3:10pm. Students will be considered tardy if they are not in class at 7:55am
Students are not to be dropped off before 7:25am. Our car rider line enters campus from Foster Park. We close back gates at 7:53am to insure that students are in class for 7:55am. We are more lenient during the first two weeks of school as everyone is becoming familiar with our system.

Students are not to be dropped off in the neighborhood surrounding the school. This is a safety hazard. Only students who have proof of residence that indicates they live within walking distance (1 mile) will be allowed to leave campus as a walking student. Please assist us as we strive to maintain a campus that is safe for all children.

Last but not least, we are looking forward to working with you at Green T. Lindon. The academic, social, emotional, and behavioral success for all students is important to us!

GTL Mission Statement:

Together to
Coming together to
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GTL Cub Pledge

"As a Green T. Lindon Cub, I pledge to care about others,

use good manners, be responsible and safe, and show school spirit." 

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Senate Bill No. 146, Act No. 331 was approved. This bill limits the sale of certain beverages and foods in public schools. The Approved Vending List for Schools is a work in progress and more foods which fit the criteria will be added to the list as they are available.