Greystone Elementary School
100 Morgan Avenue
North Providence, R.I. 02911
Phone: (401) 233-1130 | Fax: (401) 232-5403
Principal: Stefanie Lafleur
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Upper Case Letter Practice
Kindergarten students will participate in Fundations, a phonics program. Kindergarteners will be taught how to form letters using this method.
Lower Case Letter Practice
Kindergarten students will participate in Fundations, a phonics program. Kindergartners will be taught how to form letters using this method.
Fundations Alphabet Chart and Cards
Kindergarten students learn the letters of the alphabet through the Fundations letter/sound cards. Each letter is associated with a key word and sound. Here, you can find resources for the Fundations alphabet.
Practice by saying the letter name, keyword, and sound!
“B” — “bat”–/b/
Skills for Students Entering Kindergarten
Below you will find some skills you can work on with your child during the summer to help create a smoother transition into Kindergarten!
The North Providence School Department will register children planning to enter Kindergarten in September 2021 starting on February 1, 2021. Registration packets can be downloaded from the school department’s web site at http://nprovschools.org/index.php/student-registration/ and completed applications should be submitted to email@example.com. Click here for informational flyer. Link to editable PDF registration documents here.
Documents needed for registration include proof of residency (copy of mortgage statement/rental agreement and a copy of a major utility bill), birth certificate, and proof of immunizations: five DTP/DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) vaccines, four Polio vaccines, two MMR vaccines (measles, mumps, and rubella), three Hepatitis B vaccine series, two Varicella (chickenpox) vaccines or a doctor’s note indicating that your child has had chickenpox, lead screening test, and a physical exam. The child must also have a vision screening upon entering Kindergarten. (This screening may be done during a regular health exam check-up). Any student entering from out of the country must present evidence of a recent PPD (Mantoux test for Tuberculosis).
Children must be five years of age on or before September 1, 2021, to be eligible to enter Kindergarten.
For the school year 2021-22 calender click here.