The Woodcrest Kindergarten programs provides students with a nurturing and fun learning environment were experienced teachers guide and encourage each child to reach their maximum potential. Teachers focus instruction to develop skills in critical and creative thinking along with strong foundational skills in reading, math, science, and social studies curriculum. Kindergarten students also participate in the Accelerated Reader® program, an online supplemental program that rewards children for exploring new levels of reading. At Woodcrest, students work in small groups and one-on-one with teachers to assist students who need extra care and allow those who are exceptional to expand their horizons. At the core of the kindergarten program is our focus on empathy, the use of technology, learning through fun projects, and developing a love of learning.
Technology and kindergarten Modern children require modern skills, and so at Woodcrest, exposure to technology begins in Kindergarten. Our Kindergarten technology curriculum includes both a weekly class in our Technology Lab and subject integration – spelling, phonics and math – using iPads in the classroom.

For those interested in Woodcrest The Middle School for the fall or in the future, please call 818-345-3002 or e-mail  Ms.Adams for more information or see How to Apply  on our website.

Buddy Program

As part of leadership development at Woodcrest, we pair 4th and 5th graders with Kindergarten “buddies” for academic and social interaction several times throughout the year. The Woodcrest Buddy Program helps ease the transition into Kindergarten and provides an instant friend and mentor for our newest and youngest students.


The texts we use are assessment-based curricula from Sadlier-Oxford (Math) and SRA (Reading, Spelling, Phonics). Both companies have long histories of creating and meeting current, rigorous standards.
SMART Boards in Every Classroom
Dedicated Technology Instructor
Woodcrest Accelerated Reader Programs
Woodcrest Accelerated Reader Programs
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