The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction along with Children & Families requested that school districts who were engaged in 4K Community Collaborative approaches in the state share their story. We created a video to tell the story of our 4K Community Collaborative, Integrated approach through our 4 distinctive community sites (All Saints Catholic School, Berlin Community Daycare & Preschool, St. John Lutheran School and ADVOCAP Head Start). Perspectives were explored through the eyes of students, parents, teachers, aides and/or directors at the sites. We shared our 5 year journey, our child/family centered focus, our success, our challenges and our plans for the future. For more information about our 4K, visit our Curriculum page.
Our video can be found on You Tube for the Berlin Area School District and is posted on the DPI website at http://dpi.wi.gov/early-childhood/kind/4k/4kca The 4K video was developed by Judy Munsey, BASD 4K-5 Director of Instruction and created by Adam Umbreit the BASD AV Coordinator/IT Assistant in collaboration with our 4K partners.
The Berlin Area School District provides a 4-year-old kindergarten program, which supports the way a child develops in their early years of development. The enrollment process is the first step in what we hope will be an outstanding educational opportunity for you and your child.
- Children must be 4 years old on or before September 1st of the current school year to begin 4K in our community sites in Berlin.
- Please bring an original copy of your child's birth certificate, verification of address, and your child's immunization records to enroll.
4K Calendar 2017-2018
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For more information about 4K throughout Wisconsin, visit the Department of Public Instruction's website. The Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partner Website provides more information for parents and early childhood educators to ensure All children will be healthy, nurtured, safe and successful. Wisconsin communities, agencies, associations, and state government will work together as a system of high quality comprehensive early childhood services for all children and families. Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners include the Departments of Children and Families, Public Instruction and Health Services and related early childhood organizations and agencies.
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