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MEMBER: ASES Kindergarten Round-up and Visitation
Date:  1/17/2017
ArticleType:  Press Release


MEMBER: All Saint’s Episcopal School Hosting Kindergarten Round-Up and Visitation Day for 2017-2018 School Year

 

 

January, 2017 – All Saints’ Episcopal School will be hosting a Kindergarten Round-Up and Visitation Day on Friday, February 10th at 8:15 a.m. for rising Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten in the 2017-18 school year – snow date is February 17th. Open to all, the Kindergarten Round-Up invites families to visit the classroom, meet the instructors and experience the dynamic learning environment provided at All Saints’. In addition to exceptional academics, students attend weekly enrichment classes in art, music, religious studies, PE (three days a week), library and Spanish to provide a full learning experience.  “God’s Bounty” Garden and Outdoor Classroom is an important part of the hands-on learning for all students. To further nurture skills, students may also participate in the many athletics, clubs, and field trip experiences offered throughout the school year. Before-and-after care is available to all students.

 

All Saints’ Episcopal School is celebrating 50 years of educating young children in the Lakeway community.  They take great pride in their faculty and staff who are both certified and regionally recognized for excellence in their field.  Since opening its doors, the school has offered an environment where challenging curriculum is taught by encouraging teachers that strive to bring out the best in each student. 

 

As an independent Christian school established on the foundations of faith, they invite you to establish a solid academic foundation for your rising kindergarten student in a safe, friendly, and respectful learning environment. “When students gain a love for learning at a young age it establishes a lifelong foundation for success,” states Mark Workman, Head of School. “We provide an environment to excel at academic learning balanced with enrichment programs for children to, like our Mission Statement promises, discover their full potential.”

 

Space is limited, particularly in Transitional Kindergarten, so parents are encouraged to enroll early to reserve their child’s seat.  Scholarships and financial aid are available to allow children the opportunity to learn in a setting that values character education as much as academic knowledge.

 

All Saints’ Episcopal School invites you to become a part of their Christian family. We encourage you to contact our school if you are interested in attending Kindergarten Round-Up or to schedule a Personal Tour by calling 423-586-3280, or by visiting www.asestn.org.

 

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