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Miss Golembieski - KINDERGARTEN

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Rock Springs Elementary!

Check your grades regularly through Skyward using your assigned username and password. If you need assistance with your login information, visit or email our attendance office, 


Use Clever to access assignments in Kiddom. 


Contact me to obtain online textbook information for this class. You can access your Office 365 account by clicking here, the username and password are the same as your computer login at school.


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Kindergarten is more than just an opportunity for children to socialize and learn about colors and shapes.  This is an important year in the life of youngsters!  A well-run classroom (in person or through a distance learning platform) should offer kids developmentally-appropriate learning opportunities, without pushing them beyond what they can handle, while continuing to challenging them!  It should also provide them with playtime, as well as a chance to recharge and refuel their bodies with naps or snacks.


Above all, kindergarten is the time when kids acquire early educational skills so that they're not only ready -- but also excited -- to move on to first grade.  Children within this age group are like little sponges.  They love learning, and they are eager to do so.  Preserving this mindset is one of the most important tasks a kindergarten teacher should accomplish. (And, it's something that parents, babysitter, nannies, and any other child care provider can help with at home, too!)


Kindergarten is school for children from 4 to 6 years old depending on their birthday.  The average age of most kindergarteners is 5, but many children aren't actually ready -- whether developmentally or emotionally -- to enter school until they're older. In fact, it's not uncommon for some kids to begin kindergarten at age 6.  With that in mind, kindergarten students will come into the classroom with a wide range of skills and background knowledge.  Some students will be proficient with colors and shapes, but they will need leadership and guidance from the teacher (with parent support from home) with letter identification, phonics (letter sounds), counting, and number recognition and operations.  Others, may enter kindergarten reading sight words, sentences, or small books as well as a basic understanding of counting and cardinality with algebraic thinking.  Our goal is for each child to progress though each year at his/her own pace to meet the end of the year objectives and beyond when appropriate.

Hello! I'm so thrilled to be your child's kindergarten teacher! This year is going to be a little different than what we are all used to.  I have no doubt we will be successful and that it will be full of learning and adventures.  Please know that you can contact me with any questions, concerns, or thoughts.  I am looking forward to an amazing year working with you and your child.
I am from Marshall County, Tennessee and currently still live there.  I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Martin Methodist with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education.  I was in kindergarten myself when I decided to be a teacher!  I am very passionate about teaching and full of ideas and excitement.
In my spare time, I love to spend time with those closest to me, read, paint, and sleep!