All Saints Kindergarten is a fun, safe learning environment that incorporates a well-rounded, diversified approach to foster a child’s growth in mind, body, and spirit. Prayer and learning about God are woven into all areas of our curriculum. Subjects are taught using a variety of whole group, small group, and hands on instruction. In Kindergarten, we encourage creativity, inquiry, and exploration. Our curriculum is rigorous and so is our commitment to daily opportunities for play, collaboration, and worship.
An informational meeting is held each January for the next school year's prospective families of a new kindergartner. Its purpose is to introduce our kindergarten program, the kindergarten teachers, and All Saints Catholic School's Principal, Carol Margarit. Age-eligible children who have been included by their parents on their registration as parishioners of All Saints Church (and have current addresses on file) will automatically be mailed an invitation to the January meeting. Families who have requested the invitation will also receive the mailing. If you have questions, or want to ensure you are on the invitation mailing list, please contact Lisa Beckstrom at 952-985-9920 or email@example.com.
The 2021-2022 Parent Information Meeting for parents of new kindergartners will be held via Zoom on Thursday, January 14 at 6:30 pm. The informational packet that is usually handed out at the in-person meeting will be provided to parents ahead of time due to this year's Zoom format. To receive the packet, which includes a 2021-2022 Intent to Register card: please sign up using this link.
All Saints Catholic School has two kindergarten classes and enrolls up to 48 new students each year. Current or past school families with a new kindergartner are guaranteed a spot and the remaining spots are open to new families. If the number of applicants exceeds the remaining open spots, a lottery drawing will take place in February and a wait list will be established. There often continues to be movement on the list over the summer months so it is not uncommon for wait listed students to procure a spot. Terms of the lottery are outlined on page 10 of the Parent/Student & Mission Partner's Handbook & Policies, which can be found on the Current Families page of this website.