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                  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword                                                1

Elementary Schools                                      2

Preparing Your Child For Kindergarten                    3
      A New Experience                              3/4/5
      The Aims of the Kindergarten Program              6

Your Child in Kindergarten                               7
      Registration                                      7
      Attendance                                        8
      Emergency Information                             9
      EASD Alert Website/Connect-ED System             10
      Immunizations                                    11
      Head Lice                                        12
      Leaving School Early/Notes From Parents          13
      Visitor’s Pass                                   13
      Moving-Leaving School/Kindergarten Program       14
      A Typical Day                                    15
      Special Programs                                 15
      Absences                                         16
      Special Education Identification Activities      17
      Health Services                               18/19
      Administration of Medication to Children         20
                           During School Hours

Transportation                                       20/21

Kindergarten Session/Early Dismissal Schedule          22

Conclusion                                             23

Questions/Information                                  24

Miscellaneous Notes                                    25

Dear Parent/Guardian:

Both children and parents/guardians have mixed feelings when faced with a
new and unfamiliar experience. Entering school is just that -- an exciting

The purpose of this Handbook is to help you and your child prepare for
Kindergarten. Please look through it and discuss it with your child.

If you have any questions, please call the school that your child will enter.

Help your child have a good beginning in school.

                    AM 8:45 – 11:35 – Tardy as of 8:50

                     PM 12:45 – 3:25 – Tardy as of 12:50

NOTE: A 2-hour delay cancels AM Kindergarten classes
Cheston’s full day kindergarten session is 8:45 – 3:25, and a
2-hour delay does NOT cancel kindergarten at Cheston.
                           ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Cheston:        610-250-2542                                Palmer:       610-250-2521/2525
Fax:            610-923-6046                                Fax:          610-923-6955
723 Coal St., Easton, PA 18042                              3050 Green Pond Rd., Easton, PA 18045
Principal:      Tracy Piazza                                Principal:    Meredith Nauman
Assistant:      Kyle Yanders                                Secretaries:  Virginia Hawriluk
Secretaries:    Darlene Scheetz                                           Catherine Cameron
                Andrea Orr                                  Guidance:     Ext. 23010
Guidance:       Ext. 20005                                  Medical:      Ext. 23013
Medical:        Ext. 20007

Forks:        610-250-2536                                  Paxinosa:     610-250-2551
Fax:          610-923-8933                                  Fax:          610-923-8934
1709 Richmond Rd., Easton, PA 18040                         1221 Northampton St., Easton, PA 18042
Principal:    Michael McCauley                              Principal:    David Hightower
Secretaries:  Maryann Wismer                                Assistant:    Hector Bonilla
              Stephanie Guarry                              Secretary:    Somaris Vargas Allen
Guidance:     Ext. 21010                                    Guidance:     Ext. 24004
Medical:      Ext. 21012                                    Medical:      Ext. 24003

March:          610-250-2531                                Tracy:        610-250-2556
Fax:            610-250-2458                                Fax:          610-250-2602
429 Reeder St., Easton, PA 18042                            1243 Tatamy, Rd., Easton, PA 18045
Principal:      Judith Steinberg                            Principal:    Robert Steckel
Secretary:      Jo Marino                                   Secretaries:  Cathy Happel
Guidance:       Ext. 22203                                                Barbara Soloe
Medical:        Ext. 22201                                  Guidance:     Ext. 25010
                                                            Medical:      Ext. 25011

                       Shawnee:        610-829-5712
                       Fax:            610-250-2615
                       1315 Echo Trail, Easton, PA 18040
                       Principal:      Josephine Galloway
                       Secretaries:    Jeanette Chiusano
                                       Marian Pugliese
                       Guidance:       Ext. 19103
                       Medical:        Ext. 19102

Education Center:                  Phone (610) 250-2400               Fax (610) 250-9730

1801 Bushkill Drive, Easton, PA 18040
Director of Teaching & Learning (K-12)                      Stephen Furst
Secretary / Teaching & Learning (K-12)                      Susan Otranto         Extension 35036
Secretary / Federal Programs                                Dawn Scheller         Extension 35038


                            A New Experience
A healthy, happy attitude toward school is the key to a good beginning. The
development of that attitude begins at home.

Please review the following important information to determine the status of
your child. Can your child:

    1. State his/her name, address and phone
       number.                                          YES     NO

    2. Put on/take off outer clothing (boots, coats,
       gloves, etc.); zipping and buttoning.            YES     NO

    3. Use the bathroom facilities and wash his/her
       hands.                                        YES        NO

    4. Practice good basic health habits (teeth,
       nails, etc.)                                     YES     NO

    5. Drink from a fountain.                           YES     NO

    6. Cover his/her mouth when sneezing or
       coughing.                                        YES     NO

    7. Use paper tissues.                               YES     NO

    8. Use crayons and scissors.                        YES     NO

    9. Cross the street safely.                         YES     NO

   10. Recognize policemen, firemen, doctors and
       crossing guards as community helpers.            YES     NO

   11. Follow directions.                               YES     NO
12. Cooperate with other children (wait his/her
    turn, share classroom supplies, work with      YES    NO
    others, etc.)

13. Tie his/her shoes.                             YES    NO

14. Listen to and respond to a question.           YES    NO

15. Listen to a story being read.                  YES    NO

16. Listen when others are speaking.               YES    NO

To protect your child’s health and help him/her to adjust
well, be sure he/she:
         Eats a nutritious breakfast.
         Gets about ten hours of sleep a night.
         Has been away from the home, if only for brief periods.
         Has regular physical check-ups.
         Attends school regularly.

Parents/guardians are requested to:

   Mark all outer clothing with your child’s name.

   Encourage careful handling of notes, snack money, and other
    parent/school AND school/parent communications.

   Speak with the teacher on any known or potential concerns including
    dietary or religious practices.

   Provide a book bag for your child, which should be large enough to fit
    a 9” x 12” folder.

   Work with school personnel to create a happy experience for your

   Read to your child daily.

   Ensure your child attends school regularly.

     Encourage your child to speak in complete sentences.

             The Aims of the Kindergarten Program
1. Work and play cooperatively with others.
2. Share and take turns.
3. Express ideas and feelings.
4. Develop positive attitudes.

1. Accept responsibility and complete tasks.
2. Express himself/herself creatively in art, music and discussion groups.

1. Develop small muscles - cutting, gluing, tracing, painting, writing, and
2. Develop large muscles - skipping, hopping, and running games.

Refer to the PDE website for information on kindergarten standards.



Entrance age for kindergarten students shall be five (5) years or more before
the first day of school. Because of individual differences and needs, a child
may enter earlier or later, as determined by EASD early admission policy.

Parents/guardians are encouraged to discuss any of the following items with
the school:

       a. Special health needs or limitations
       b. Outside interests, hobbies, activities
       c. General attitudes about school
       d. Peer-sibling relations
       e. The child’s behavior at home, preschool and/or daycare
       f. Any limitations that have been determined by a physician or
          through special testing programs
       g. After school programs and baby-sitting arrangements
       h. Special transportation arrangements -- for example, perhaps a
          person other than the parent/guardian will transport the child
          to/from school
Kindergarten registration is held each spring. Dates to register your child are
publicized through the media and on the website.

Please bring the following to kindergarten registration:
       a. Birth Certificate, or other official proof of birth

      b. Completed immunization record/Current Physical
      c. 2 Proofs of residency, such as:
         1. Mortgage or lease agreements. These are
         temporary proof of residence. After thirty (30)
         days, a resident must submit another proof of
         residence. Failure to do so will result in the
         student(s) being removed from the school rolls.
         2.    Driver’s license

          3.  Auto registration
          4.  Utility bills
          5.  Tax statements
          6.  Check stubs from wages, public assistance, or
             social security
      d. Custody papers, if applicable
      e. Affidavits of support, if applicable

Your child is expected to be in school daily, except for those times when
he/she is ill; if there is a death in the family; or in emergency weather
situations, or quarantine.


Pennsylvania State Law requires that all students who return to school from
an absence MUST have a written note from the parent/guardian within 72
hours, stating the reason for the absence, even after you have called the
school office.

Schools will require a doctor’s excuse for a student who is absent more than
three (3) consecutive days. Remember: doctor’s excuses are needed to return

to school for strep throat, conjunctivitis, polio, diphtheria, impetigo and
scarlet fever.

If a child arrives in school after the stated time, he/she will be marked
“tardy”. Parents are required to come to the office with the tardy child.
Tardiness also requires a note of explanation from the parent/guardian.

                       Emergency Information
Weather emergencies for closing, late starts, or early dismissals are broadcast
over local radio and television stations as well as EASD website
www.eastonsd.org. Parents/guardians are requested to tune to one of the
following for information: WEST-1400 AM; WEEX-1230 AM; WAEB-790
AM; WLEV-100.7 FM; WODE-99.9 FM; WCTO-FM. The following
television stations also carry school
 closings: WFMZ 69, WNEP 16,
 and WYOU 22.

In the event that schools close early, AM kindergarten will remain at the
school until dismissal. Lunch will be provided at no cost.

In the event that schools are closed due to an emergency situation such
as weather, it is the parent’s responsibility to have an alternative plan in
place for their child. As in school policy, there needs to be an adult
present at the bus stop to pick up the child. Please note Transportation
Rules as well.

Note that announcements will be made as “EASTON AREA SCHOOL
DISTRICT”, and NOT as individual schools.

    PLEASE DO NOT CALL the school to find out if school is closed!

                                   * * * *

                      EASD ALERT WEBSITE

This website was created to keep you informed of the latest news alerts from
the school district. This will inform you directly about school closings and
early dismissals that may be due to inclement weather or other school
emergencies. You may register to receive alerts in just two easy steps:

           1.    Create a new account
           2.    Confirm your registration after receiving an email from the
After confirmation, you will begin to receive an automated email alert of the
latest news, school closings, delayed openings, early dismissals or school

Note: On occasion it may happen that you do not receive an email from our
system. This may be due to factors that are not in our control (such as your
ISP). If you ever have concerns or questions regarding school closings or
other possible alerts, please check our school district website directly or refer
to typical outside sources such as radio or television.

EASD ALERT should not be the only source for parents to obtain
emergency information.

                      CONNECT-ED SYSTEM
Connect-Ed is an automated phone-calling program designed to provide
information to parents. Principals and other district administrators will
personally manage the message system to make sure you receive only very
important and timely calls. The main purpose of the system is to provide
notification during emergency situations at school. The Connect-Ed system
also allows for community outreach calls concerning upcoming special
events such as state testing, end-of-the-year activities, or other important
information parents need. Some EASD schools will be using the system for
attendance calls as well. If you have further questions about how your
child’s school will use Connect-Ed, please contact the building principal.
                                 * * * *

Pennsylvania State Law requires that ALL children have the basic
immunizations in order to be allowed to enter school:

      4 doses of Tetanus and Diphtheria (1 dose on or after the 4th
      3 doses of Polio
      2 doses of Measles and Mumps
      1 dose of Rubella
      3 doses of Hepatitis B
      2 doses of Varicella (kindergarten/entrance to school grade and
       grade 7. Varicella #2 is required by 2010/2011)

These requirements allow for medical reasons and religious beliefs. If your
child is exempt from immunizations, he/she may be removed from school
during an outbreak.

                                 * * * *

                      Head Lice (Pediculosis Capitis)
Policy: The student must be “lice free” and “nit free” to attend school.

Procedure: An informal letter will be sent home in the beginning of each
school year for grades K-4 stating the policy and procedures. A letter for
lower/upper level intermediate and high school students will be optional per
school nurse and principal.
This policy will be published in Elementary Handbooks.
When a possible case of head lice (live or nits) has been reported, the
following procedure will be followed:
     The student will be sent to the school nurse and assessed immediately. If live lice
1.   or nits are found, siblings in the school/district will be examined.
2.   The school nurse will call the parents of the infested child and explain exclusion of
     the child from school and treatment.
3.   The nurse will review the following information with the parent/guardian:
          Assist parent to recognize lice/nits
          Give written information of how to care for child and environment –
            including “no nits” policy, parent/adult must bring student to school upon
            return, etc.
          Give letter from principal regarding “two-day excused absence”
          Optional: give shampoo and review instructions
4.   Upon return of the child to school, child will be brought by the parent/adult to
     the school nurse to be examined. If the child is free of live lice and nits, child will
     be re-admitted to school. If the child has live lice or nits, child will be excluded
     with the present adult and instructions will be reviewed.
5.   The child may be periodically checked in school over the next several weeks for re-
     infestation. Parents should be re-checking child also.
6.   If live lice or nits are found, the child’s class/contacts will be screened, as
     necessary, as soon as possible.
7.   If the number of head lice cases reaches 20% of an individual classroom or school,
     the school nurse will notify the principal. The principal will notify the parents of
     the outbreak with an informational letter and corrective actions. This procedure
     may be modified at the intermediate and secondary levels at the discretion of the
     school nurse and principal.
Adopted September 10, 2001

                         Leaving School Early
For a child to leave school early, a note from the parent/guardian MUST be
given to the school the morning of the date in question. ONLY the
principal/assistant principal may grant dismissal to a child and ONLY if the
parent/guardian meets the child in the main office at the school and signs
the child out at the school office.

                         NOTES FROM PARENTS

Students will need to present to their HOMEROOM TEACHER a note
signed by their parent or guardian for the following:

-Absence(s): within three (3) school days of return

-Leaving school before or at dismissal time (note must state time, date,
child’s first and last name, reason and who will pick up the student)

-Not to participate in recess or gym class (note must state dates to be excused
and reason)

-Tardiness or late arrival at school (note must state date and reason)

                               Visitor’s Pass
                                      If parents/guardians visit or volunteer in
                                      the classroom, they MUST sign in with
               Visitor                  school security or at the school office
                                           and wear a Visitor’s Pass. It is
                                                  necessary for all
                                       visitors/parents/guardians to wear this
                                                 badge in the school
                                           for the safety of the children.

                      Moving – Leaving School

A family moving to the attendance area of another school within the Easton
Area School District must notify the school office, who will then notify the
new school office. A family moving out of the EASD attendance area must
notify the school office and request a Transfer Card. This is needed to
register at the new school district. The school office will contact the
teacher(s) to ensure that all personal and school materials are returned.

PLEASE CALL THE SCHOOL during the year if changes occur in
your phone number, work place, etc.

                        Kindergarten Program
Each activity your child has in Kindergarten is planned to allow sufficient
time for learning. The key to the Kindergarten program is a flexible,
individualized, relaxing program governed by simple and clearly stated rules.

Your child will learn to work and play with others, respect the rights of
others, share in responsibility, and experience the joy of beginning and
completing tasks successfully.

Kindergarten is a well-rounded learning experience. It is the beginning of
your child’s many years of school and therefore very important to the
academic and social growth of your child.

                               A Typical Day
Kindergarten pupils attend school for half-day sessions, either in the morning
or afternoon. However, Cheston kindergarten students attend full day
kindergarten. The teacher develops a program best suited to each child’s
needs. Because of individual student needs and abilities, no day’s schedule
is exact.

Some of the activities your child may participate in throughout the school day will

       Opening Exercises including weather
        and calendar
       Free Play
       Snack
       Literacy & Math
       Library, Music & Physical Education
       Social Studies, Science & Art are
        addressed throughout the curriculum

           Special Programs
Title I/Early Intervention/Instructional Support/English for Speakers of
Other Languages/Elementary Guidance - In addition to help with
academic instruction, children will be evaluated for special support services
upon recommendation by the teacher or parent/guardian.

                         American Education Week -
                         Parents/guardians are encouraged to visit school
                         classrooms to see what children do in kindergarten.
                         Parent-teacher conferences will be scheduled in
                         November during American Education Week, and
                         also in the spring.

Assemblies - Holiday programs, safety presentations, guest speakers etc.
will be incorporated into the regular school programs.

Field Trips - Permission slips for field trips must be signed by the
parent/guardian and retained at the school. Notification of field trips will be
given in advance.

Adapted Physical Education - Physical fitness, muscle development and
coordination are stressed.


Absences due to family vacation and trips are considered illegal and unlawful
unless the family sends prior written notification to the principal. Written
notification of a family trip needs to be received 10 days in advance of the
trip, and the principal will send written confirmation of the request to the
parent/guardian and teacher. In a given year, the amount of school time
allowed for such trips shall not exceed five days consecutively or
cumulatively per School Board policy.

Family trips exceeding 10 consecutive days may result in your child being
withdrawn from the school. Upon your return you will be required to contact
the Registration Office to re-enroll your child.

Although Take Your Child to Work Day is considered an excused absence,
it does count as an absence and prohibits “Perfect Attendance.”

           Special Education Identification Activities
Teachers or parents/guardians who feel a child is exceptional or is
experiencing academic, emotional, or physical difficulties may request an
evaluation to determine special program needs. A parent/guardian request
form is available through the guidance office in each school. Evaluations are
completed throughout the year in every school in the district.

Services and Programs Available:

Easton Area School District provides programs for Gifted Support through a
variety of services and opportunities. Programming may include pullout
classes for identified gifted students, co-teaching, building-wide enrichment,
and other special options. Specially designed instruction for identified gifted
students includes cluster grouping in the regular classroom with
differentiated instruction, subject extensions, subject and/or grade
acceleration, curriculum compacting, telescoping, tiered assignments,
learning contracts, independent projects and more. Students are encouraged
to participate in school and community activities to become well-rounded

Confidentiality is maintained on all personally identifiable information
regarding students. Parents have the right to see and obtain a copy of their
child’s records. Personally identifiable information relative to an exceptional
student will only be released with the permission of the parent/guardian
and/or in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
and the Penn Rules, Regulations, and Standards 22 Pa Code CHS. 13 & 14;
22 Pa Code CHS. 341 and 342.

As part of the Confidentiality Procedural Guidelines for the Collection,
Maintenance, Release and Subsequent Destruction of Education Records for
exceptional students, the EASTON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT,
INCLUDING         CHESTON         ELEMENTARY            SCHOOL,         FORKS
SCHOOL,        TRACY        ELEMENTARY              SCHOOL,         SHAWNEE
hereby notify parents/guardians of their right to inspect, review, and receive a
copy of the education records of their student; maintained by the Easton Area
School District Special Education Office and the schools listed above; to
amend the records and to have the opportunity to request a hearing to verify
the content of student records. Additional information regarding student
records including access request information is available by calling the
Easton Area School District Special Education Office at (610) 250-2400 Ext.
35024 or the Education Center at (610) 250-2400. A copy of the
Confidentiality Procedural Guidelines is available for inspection at the
Easton Area School District Special Education Office, 1801 Bushkill Drive,
Easton, PA 18040, and at the guidance office of each school building.

                   Health Services
As required by Pennsylvania State law, vision, hearing,
height and weight records are kept on each child. Any
problems will be reported to parents/guardians, and we
encourage parents/guardians to address the necessary

If your child should become ill during the school day, you will be contacted.
The school requires an Emergency Card to be completed each year. This
card requests the following telephone numbers:

                                 1. Home/Cell Phone Number/
                                 2. Work Phone Number
                                 3. Emergency Phone Number
                                       (of a friend, relative, or neighbor)

All information taken at registration is put into the school’s computer. This
information remains with the student throughout his/her school years.
 IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES in the parents’/guardian’s work
numbers, emergency number, health information, change of jobs, or change
OFFICE in order for this information to be updated in the computer.

 Administration of Medication to Children During School
The administration of prescription and/or over-the-counter medication to
children during school hours should be avoided whenever possible. When
unavoidable, the administration of medication to children during school
hours may occur only when the following conditions are met:

ALL medications, both prescribed and over-the-counter, will be
administered to children only when hand delivered by an adult to the school
nurse in original container bearing the following:
      physician’s name
      name of the medication
      dosage instructions accompanied by an official, signed physician’s
      AND parent/guardian authorization to administer medication form

In addition to the conditions described above, parents/guardians will be
required to sign a waiver of liability form (Med 32a/82/84/95), available
from the school nurses.


For your information, the following instructions have been given to School
Bus Drivers with regard to Kindergarten students transported by District
School buses.

1. Drivers are instructed to discharge Kindergarten students only at
   designated bus stops.

2. It is expected that parents/guardians or designee will meet the
   kindergarten students at the bus stop and escort them home. Please
   be advised that parents should be at the bus stop 10 minutes prior to
   designated arrival time.

3. Drivers are instructed that NO kindergarten student is to be left at
   the bus stop unless a parent/guardian or designee is in attendance.

4. If kindergarten students are on the bus and are not met by a
   parent/guardian or designee, the driver is instructed to return to the
   school with those students.              It now becomes the
   parent’s/guardian’s responsibility to pick up the student(s) at the

       If the parent/guardian chooses to designate another adult to
       pick up the child at the bus stop for them, the parent/guardian
       must complete a form, which is available in the school office,
       stating the name, address, phone number, etc., of the person
       who will be responsible for picking up the student at the bus
       stop. If your child will be attending daycare, an alternate
       busing form must be filled out.

5. Parents/guardians are not to attempt to make special arrangements
   with the bus driver since drivers will be prohibited from doing so.

  6. Parents/guardians should be aware that the District’s responsibility
     to the kindergarten students for transportation purposes ends when
     the students are discharged at the bus stop and the parents/guardians
     take charge.

  Please make sure you are at the bus stop to meet your child!
           Your help and cooperation are needed!


Date                 Day         Session                       Time
August 27, 2009      Thursday    PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

August 28, 2009      Friday      PM kdg. Reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

September 18, 2009   Friday      AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

October 9, 2009      Friday      AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

November 18, 2009    Wednesday   NO kdg. reports               Parent Conferences

November 19, 2009    Thursday    PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

November 20, 2009    Friday      PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

November 23, 2009    Monday      AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

November 24, 2009    Tuesday     AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

November 25, 2009    Wednesday   PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

January 15, 2010     Friday      AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

February 11, 2010    Thursday    PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

April 19, 2010       Monday      NO kdg. reports               Parent Conferences

April 20, 2010       Tuesday     AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

April 21, 2010       Wednesday   AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

April 22, 2010       Thursday    PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

April 23, 2010       Friday      PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

April 30, 2010       Friday      AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

  June 4, 2010         Friday        PM kdg. reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

  June 7, 2010         Monday        PM kdg. Reports; No AM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

  June 8, 2010         Tuesday       AM kdg. Reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

  June 9, 2010         Wednesday     AM kdg. reports; No PM kdg.   8:50 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

   Session attendance may be altered due to snow
   We realize that this is a change in your schedule, and arrangements for childcare
    will need to be adjusted. Please call your child’s school office if you have any
    questions regarding the schedule.
   Cheston Elementary School has a full-day kindergarten program

Parents/guardians are encouraged to accompany a walking child to and from
school, or to and from the school bus stop (see previous section on
“Transportation”). If your child rides the bus, teach him/her safety rules that
apply. He/She must sit quietly in his/her seat on the bus and follow the bus
safety rules.

Accident insurance is offered at a reasonable cost through the school, and is

You are always welcome to visit the school. However, it is recommended
that you make arrangements through the principal’s office at least a day
before the requested classroom visit. Be certain to report to the school office
or security desk and sign in as a visitor to obtain a Visitor’s Pass.

Please   -- don’t hesitate to ask questions. Attend PTA meetings, offer to
serve as a room parent/guardian, or contribute to classroom parties, as you
see fit.

Help us to help your child.       By working together, we will be sure
your child gets off to a good start now, and has a successful school















I, ______________________________ parent of ______________________
        (parent/guardian name)                    (student’s name)

have received the Kindergarten Handbook from the Easton Area School

District for the 2009/2010 School Year.




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