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Kindergarten Corner

Welcome to Blaine Kindergarten!

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  • Kindergarten Staff
  • Room 122 – Ms. Suzuki
  • Room 123 – Ms. Dunlop
  • Room 125 – Ms. Bishop
  • Room 128 – Ms. Beltran
  • Ms. Geddes

 

Registration Information For the 2016-2017 School Year

Calling all 2016 Kindergarten families!  Blaine will be hosting Kindergarten registration May 24th – 27th from 8 am – 10am.  If you live in the Blaine attendance area, please stop by the main office to register your student for Kindergarten.

To Register, please bring:

Proof of Age (ONE of the following):  birth certificate, baptismal record, passport, court documents, medical records

Proof of Address (TWO of the following): Illinois Driver’s License or ID Card, Deed, Employee Identification Number; MediPlan/Medicaid Card; Court Documents; Illinois Department of Public Aid Card; Stamped USPO Change of Address Form; Illinois State Aid Check/Social Security Check)

If you live in the Blaine attendance area AND your child is currently enrolled in Blaine’s PreK, there is no need to re-register.

Visit the Blaine Registration page to sign up for kindergarten registration.  Teachers and Kindergarten Fund officers will be available to answer questions and provide information about upcoming events.

Families New to Blaine, please email Marisa Kollias to get on the mailing list for information regarding kindergarten, events, and the kindergarten fund.

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The Kindergarten Fund (KFund) is a fundraising arm of Blaine Elementary School and a non-profit organization led by parents of the incoming Kindergarten class.  With budget shortfalls, CPS is unable to provide funding for Kindergarten classroom assistants.  With the support of Blaine parents, the KFund strives to fill this financial gap and provide the salaries for two highly qualified teacher’s assistants for the four kindergarten classrooms this year.  We want to ensure a high quality, top education and environment for the children and faculty and this is the way to achieve it!  Contact Marisa Kollias to learn how you can help.

Donating: Parents are asked to donate $1200 for the year.  Those families that donate $1200 or more will not be required to pay the yearly $200 student fees.  We also understand that not all families may be in a position to donate the full amount – a contribution at ANY level is always greatly appreciated as we work toward our $100,000 goal.  You can also support the Kindergarten Fund by Volunteering.  The K Fund is in need of more parent volunteers.

Convenient payment options are available:

For more information please visit the KFund website

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