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Volunteers Requirements

We love our volunteers! We appreciate all of the wonderful parents and grandparents who touch the lives of our students each day. Volunteers are the reason our Kindergarten program is so successful. 

Please go to the district web site for further information and to download the appropriate forms needed to complete the fingerpinting process. This can take some time so we strongly encourage families to start the process as soon as possible.


California law does not allow school districts to charge fees to students for curricular and extracurricular activities. However, as you are aware, due to state budget cut backs, schools can no longer afford to fund many of these activities. Therefore, we are requesting voluntary donations from parents to offset the costs of these programs. Parents are not required to make donations and all students may participate in extracurricular activities regardless of whether their parents make a donation. You are not required to purchase the items listed below. For additional information, please visit the CUSD link on Student Fees.

Kindergarten Main Page

Tote Bags

To foster independence, we strongly encourage all of our Kindergarten students to use a tote bag or messenger bag rather than a backpack. Easy access without the difficulty of opening and closing  zippers leads to student success and greater confidence.  If you wish to show your school spirit Wagon Wheel tote bags are available to purchase to support our Music program.

Kindergarten Music

Thank you to all of the families who have contributed to the fundraising project to reinstate an official Kindergarten Music program. If your family is able to contribute $50.00 per kindergarten student, and has not done so as of yet, we welcome your contribution.  Checks can be made payable to Wagon Wheel PTA.  A tax deductible receipt will be issued at a later date. Our students will participate in a 30 minute music lesson taught by a highly qualified credentialed music teacher each week. Kindergarteners will use their voices, hands, feet and classroom instruments to explore rhythm and song. We dance and sing and play while learning about fast and slow, high and low, and loud and soft, as well as how music touches our lives and hearts through the seasons! All instructors follow the California State Framework for Kindergarten Music.

Kindergarten Schedules

Our regular daily schedule (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday) is as follows:

Early Birds: 7:45 – 11:38 a.m.

Late Birds: 9:15 – 1:08 p.m.

We observe our Academic Collaboration for Excellence (ACE) schedule every Wednesday. The kindergarten schedule on ACE day is as follows:

Early Birds and Late Birds: 7:45 – 11:38 a.m. (All students come together on Wednesdays)

Parking Lot Safety

Please be advised that traffic can become quite congested and parking is limited. We highly encourage that you carpool and/or leave early, to allow enough time for parking. We suggest parking at the Sports Park, or in the neighborhood adjacent to the school.  Parking stall numbers 1-9 on the right, as you enter the parking lot, and stalls marked 42 through 36 on the left side of the school parking lot are available for Visitor Parking only.  Please do not park in the red curbed zone in the school parking lot or in the Bridle Path Cul-de-Sac.

Please remember that when dropping off or picking up your student, to be considerate and merge with others. Always use the crosswalk and watch carefully for pedestrians.   Be respectful of stalls assigned for staff parking and reserved spaces.

Conference/ Back to School Night/ Last Day of School Schedules

During Parent Conferences, on Back-to-School Night and on the Last Day of School, the schedule is as follows:

Early Birds:    7:45 – 10:45 a.m.

Late Birds:      9:15 – 12:15 a.m.

Back to School Night: Wednesday, 10/1 .5 PM-6:15 PM in the MPR

Wish List

Colored Copy Paper

Paper Towels


Clorox Cleaning Wipes   

Avery computer labels sixe 8160 and 8163


Days to remember

Please bring a share on Monday's and Friday's relating to our theme of study or our letter of the week.

Fridays: Spirit Wear

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Kindergarten Dismissal

Please meet your student at their classroom.  For student safety, please wear your Kindergarten Parent Badge while on campus, especially at Dismissal. 

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Room Mom 13-14 E-Mails

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Kindergarten Writing Rubric

Picture details (who, what, where)  2 pts. ._____

___ ___ __Spaces between words 2 pts. _____

c/a/t   Beginning, middle, ending sounds 2 pts. ______

Aa Bb Cc      Letter formation 2 pts. ____(Be a letter detective; look for caps and lower case

letters in the right places.  Remember to start your letters at the top)

/\_____.?!  Punctuation 1pt. _____  (Every sentence begins with a capital and ends with a . ? or !)

Drop off /Pick up

Please remember when dropping off or picking up your student to be considerate and merge with each other. Make sure you always pull all the way forward. If you want to stop, please park in a spot (1-15) or at the sports park. Always use the crosswalk and watch carefully for pedestrians. Refrain from parking on the red curb.

Kindergarten Locker

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