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Ms. Wycoff

Kindergarten Resource Room

The Kindergarten resource room program is designed around the needs of each student, with each IEP goal and specific disability area focused on. Students will have the opportunity to work on skills necessary for success in the Kindergarten curriculums.

Here are a few things that I feel are important when teaching resource room:

-          As the resource room/special education teacher working with your child, I am considered the case manager for your child. If there is something you feel we are not addressing on the IEP or if something isn’t working, please contact me. I like to be proactive and address problems before they arise, if possible.
-          I appreciate e-mails or phone calls from parents if you see your student struggling with a specific concept, want ideas of how to help at home, or just have a question or concern. Please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail me at 369-6200 or [email protected]. E-mail works very well for me as I may not be free until the end of the day to return your call, but I can usually check my e-mail many times during the day.


-          I only have a few rules in my classroom that I expect all students to follow:

o   Respect each other, including the teacher, LTA and aide

o   Come prepared to do work

o   Don’t hesitate to ask questions!

I look forward to working with you and your child this year. As I said above, please don’t hesitate to contact me with a question or concern. 

Kindergarten Staff

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Teachers:                                               LTA:
~  Mrs. Hafele                                        ~ Mrs. Flavell
~ Mrs. Platt
~ Mrs. Robinson                                     Aides:
                                                                  ~ Mrs. Bomba
AIS:                                                           ~ Mrs. Ritchey
~ Mrs. Modinger                                                         

Resource Room Staff

Tips For Kindergarten

1. You are your child’s first and most important teacher! Your attitude towards school influences your child’s attitude towards schools. If you are relaxed and excited, they will be as well! 2. Preparation is key! Make sure your child has a good understanding about what happens in school, this will help to decrease nervous and anxious feelings 3. Take time to talk with your child! Ask your child how his/her day is and really find out how things are going. Ask open-ended questions to avoid only “yes” and “no” answers. 4. Discuss daily routines! This is most important during the first few weeks and may include how he/she will get home from school, how to ask the teacher for help, when snack time is, etc. 5. Encourage your child’s independence! The beginning of the school year gives you the opportunity to begin to foster independence. The confidence that you have in your child will help to develop their own confidence, which will in turn be the basis of a successful year! 6. Healthy habits start now! Providing a healthy breakfast will give your child the energy needed to succeed throughout the day! School offers free breakfast for all students. Talk to your child about good hygiene, including washing hands, using tissue, etc. 7. Read, Read, Read with your child! Please share any concerns or questions with your child’s teacher, counselor, or the school administration. We are here to ensure success in each of our students!