Whitefield Academy Blog

An Interview with Pre-K and TK

by | Dec 17, 2020 | Classical Christian, Elementary School, Kindergarten, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The fact that our littlest students are able to be in in-person is a blessing that is not lost on our families and our faculty. Having our Pre-K and TK students in our classrooms and on our playground instead of in front of a screen is something that we know is unique and precious in Kansas City today.

But how do our students feel about it? I wanted to know what exactly it is that our 4 and 5 year olds love about their school, so I grabbed a pad of paper and went down to the lunchroom for some heavy-hitting and extremely adorable interviews with Pre-K and TK, asking them, “What do you like about Whitefield?”

Autumn:

“I like to make special presents for my mom and dad.”

Zeke:

“I like to learn. I like to see Jesus!”

Jacob:

“I want to come back again. I want to go to Whitefield again and again and again. A hundred times!”

Noah:

“I like playing here. I like playing soccer with my brother, he’s six. He’s in kindergarten.”

Cullen:

“I like to play with the toys.”

Tanner:

“We do centers. We went to a center that was a home center.”

Sam:

“I like chapel. I liked singing in my Christmas concert!”

Lawrence:

“We get to play. We play Candy Land. I wish I could go in it!”

Sydney:

“I like painting at art, and I like doing centers. I like to play on the playground.”

Wesley

“I get to do crafts! My favorite craft was the cutting craft.”

Olivia:

“We get to do centers. You get to play. I love the wooden house.”

Pre-K and Kindergarten Round-Up are on their way! Be sure to click the image below to RSVP for private sessions February 1st through February 5th.

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