Welcome!
This is an exciting time for you and your Kindergarten-aged child! For many of you, this will be your first experience with elementary school since your own days of attending school. For others, this means revisiting a path that your other children have experienced. Below, please find information, timelines, and resources about our Kindergarten program for the 2021-22 school year (Mahtomedi Class of 2034). We look forward to welcoming you to our Wildwood Family!



If you have any questions about Kindergarten, please contact Nanette Chow at 651-407-2102 or

Important Dates

Kindergarten Registration
Registration links were sent to resident families in the Mahtomedi school district on January 28, 2021. Please contact Nanette Chow at 651-407-2102 or if you did not receive a link.


Online Registration Video

(Overview video of the online registration process)

Online Registration Instructions

(Document with instructions on our online registration process)

Welcome Class of 2034!

(Welcome Video from Principal Scott Briske)



Zephyr Kindergarten Connection Zoom Event  (Recorded Video)


Virtual Classroom Tour

Frequently Asked Questions

What Our Parents Say

What Our Students Say

iPad Device for Every Learner Program

School-Aged Childcare Program
   
Read Alouds
Click the links to the right to enjoy a story with one of our Kindergarten teachers!
The Flying School Bus
The First Day of Winter
Happy Right Now
Carmella Full of Wishes
Penguin's Special Delivery

 
Printables
Click the links to the right to have your child start practicing their pencil grasp and writing skills.
Pencil Grasp (Google Doc)
Letters and Numbers (pdf)
Name Practice (click on the link and a new copy will open for editing and printing)























 

Our Mission

The mission of the Mahtomedi School District, the unified community of courageous hearts and curious minds dedicated to inspiring personal excellence, is to ensure that each student is a bold agent of learning who successfully pursues their passions while advancing the greater good, through a vital system distinguished by:

  • environments that inspire curiosity
  • an inclusive learning community
  • an array of exceptional learning experiences
  • teaching and learning that imparts a global view
  • culture of empathy that empowers the whole person
 









 
 
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