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USD 240 Preschool

USD 240 Preschool

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Mrs. Adams Mrs. Lawson
eadams@usd240.org klawson@usd240.org
785-283-4774 785-488-3323

Tescott Grade School

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Big Day for PreK

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Bennington Grade School

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Big Day for PreK

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Get to know your teacher

Mrs. Adam's bio coming soon!

 

I believe that early childhood education is vitally important to the success of our children both in school and life.  I believe that investing in children's emotional and social development also leads to a child's ability to be successful in school. I am excited to be part of the USD240 team of educators. I am looking forward to seeing how much the children grow and learn throughout this year.
 
I graduated from Kansas State University in 1995 with a degree in psychology. After working in the district as a substitute teacher, I decided to go back to school and obtain a degree in elementary education. This is my third year teaching at Twin Valley. My husband, Chris, and I have three children. Olivia will be in 8th grade and Ava and Eli will be in 6th grade. I love being part of the Twin Valley team of educators. 

What students will learn in Preschool

 

Our preschool curriculum, Big Day, is organized around “Big Experiences” that integrate social-emotional, academic, and physical development. Our curriculum engages children in playful, intentional learning. We provide daily opportunities for meaningful conversation that will help accelerate oral language development and build vocabulary.

 

Strategies for success

 

Preschool plays a critical role in helping our children build a long-term foundation for success in school and in life. The goal of preschool is to prepare young children for success in school. Research has indentiified the key benchmarks that are accurate predictors of future achievement. Continuously monitoring each child’s progress against these benchmarks is critical.

 

Know the standards

 

KSDE Standards