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Kindergarten

Lower School Students w Treasure Chest

Welcome to Kindergarten

At Cannon School, we believe in fostering a lifelong love of learning supported through the habits of adaptive expertise. In kindergarten, we focus and guide students to become confident communicators while being self-reliant and self-governing.

We offer a challenging, caring, and motivating environment where students can grow and mature intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.

Daily lessons include individual, whole, and small group learning. The goal we have for our students is that they arrive to school each day excited to be fully engaged in the experience of learning at their individual developmental level. Co-curricular classes of music, art, computer, science, library, guidance, and physical education complement our curriculum. The kindergarten year is one of tremendous growth, and educating the whole child is our primary focus. 

Choose a subject to learn more about Cannon's Kindergarten curriculum

Meet Our Kindergarten Teachers

Ashley Cherry

Ashley Cherry

Job Title: Lower School Teacher Assistant
Departments: Kindergarten
Melissa Gates

Melissa Gates

Job Title: Lower School Teacher Assistant
Departments: Kindergarten
Jeanette Milam

Jeanette Milam

Job Title: Lower School Faculty
Departments: Kindergarten

Jeanette Milam

Job Title: Lower School Faculty
Departments: Kindergarten
Jennifer Ridenhour

Jennifer Ridenhour

Job Title: Lower School Faculty
Departments: Kindergarten
Danielle Robinson

Danielle Robinson

Job Title: Lower School Faculty
Departments: Kindergarten

Continue Exploring Cannon's Lower School

In Junior Kindergarten, students learn to be strategic about their work.

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First grade is an exciting developmental year!

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In second grade, the student is at the core of all that we do.

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Third grade is a fun-filled year of growth and change for both students and parents.

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Cannon School's learning support program is designed to help students with learning differences become successful learners and self-advocates. 

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