Definition of kindergartner
1 : a child attending or of an age to attend kindergarten
2 : a teacher at a kindergarten
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That would mean that about 38 percent of the district's approximately 1,130 kindergartners would have access to the program next year, according to district enrollment data.
A baby’s cry, a toddler’s hug, a kindergartner’s bid for independence — all of this reawakens dormant memories of how we were loved as children, memories with potential to haunt us like ghosts.
A report from the California Department of Public Health shows that the vaccination rate among kindergartners rose from 92.8 percent to 95.6 percent in the year after the bill became law.
The bell-like sweetness of my kindergartner’s chatter seemed distant and hollow; depression was descending and distorting my world.
All this in the same week that Megyn Kelly interviewed Alex Jones, a man who did not let the existence of the bodies of kindergartners stop him from questioning whether the Sandy Hook massacre happened.
However, videos purportedly from the scene showed children — possibly relatives of the kindergartners or passers-by — among the casualties.
The NRA actually used the slaughter of kindergartners and educators at Sandy Hook to propose a program for putting more guns in schools (and selling more guns, conveniently).
In a similar incident in 2011, a driver and an aide faced criminal charges for leaving a kindergartner on a bus in West Palm Beach.
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