Transitional Kindergarten Enrichment Administrative Staff Before-Care Kindergarten Preschool Preschool Enrichment Program Special Services & Programs Time For Two Transitional Kindergarten Transitional Kindergarten Enrichment You can extend your Transitional Kindergartner’s school day by two hours per day, up to five days a week. The enrichment curriculum is an extension of the Transitional Kindergarten daily program and students will continue their learning with a variety of creative activities.The Enrichment Program includes:Experiencing science through experimentsReading activities and the study of various authorsExploring foreign language and sign languageDramatic play and art activitiesCreative movementDeveloping math concepts through baking and cookingChildren will participate in these activities as they relate to the theme or lesson being presentedTransitional Kindergarten Enrichment is a registered class in addition to your regular Transitional Kindergarten class.You can register your student to be a part of the Transitional Kindergarten Enrichment program from one to five days a week. However, we do require students to be on a regular monthly schedule with regard to the days they attend the enrichment program. Enrollment in the Enrichment Program is limited.Schedules & InfoAvailable Monday through Friday12:30 - 2:30 p.m.Choose as many days as needed per weekOur TeachersChristine KennedyTransitional Kindergarten Enrichment TeacherEmail: [email protected]BioChristine was our Transitional Kindergarten teacher for several years, then stayed at home to help raise her children. Christine and her husband have three daughters, all who attended UPSK. She grew up in Massachusetts and graduated with a BS in Education from Wooster State University. Prior to returning to UPSK, she was a long-term substitute teacher. Christine enjoys her family, coaching, and watching her daughters participate in sporting events.Kris OddisTransitional Kindergarten Enrichment AssistantEmail: [email protected]BioKris began working at UPSK as a teaching assistant in 2012. She is married and has two children. Her son is an alumnus of UPSK and attends St. Charles. Kris enjoys crafting and baking when she is not working with children.