Recent Examples of kindergarten from the Web
The mailers make an issue of Danica’s openness to teaching transgenderism in kindergarten as Danica stated in a radio interview.
Today, the county study noted, less than one-third of the roughly 12,000 children who enter kindergarten each year attend publicly funded preschool for four-year-olds.
Orland School District 135 won't move ahead with a proposal that, starting with the 2018-19 school year, would have altered school boundaries and converted many schools to serve students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
To better cope with heat waves, the adaptation plan calls for modernizing hospitals, establishing free water supplies, and ensuring that senior centers and kindergartens have air conditioning.
From the time Brooke was in kindergarten until halfway through third grade, the Petros say the Blue Valley school district committed to paying for Brooke’s Braille materials.
Ground hasn’t yet been broken on a school and kindergarten that were to be part of the project, though officials promise those for next year, according to a report in July on the local television station.
Born in Baltimore in 1908, Marshall was the son of a steward and a kindergarten teacher.
His aides and friends and diplomatic partners are handmaidens and babysitters and kindergarten teachers and ventriloquists.
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Origin and Etymology of kindergarten
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
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