Welcome to Kindergarten!
At Cambridge-Isanti Schools, we know how important the kindergarten year is in your child’s education. That’s why we are excited to help each child discover his or her own unique strengths in a respectful, caring, and safe environment.
Our comprehensive curriculum taught by highly-qualified teachers balances active, hands-on experiences in small and large group instructional settings, specifically designed to nurture social/emotional development and early learning skills. Our kindergarten teachers have a genuine love for children and kindergarten. They inspire a passion to wonder, discover, create and excel, and they ignite a love of learning that burns brightly for students through graduation and beyond.
Parents and Caregivers: You are invited to our Kindergarten Information Nights
C-I Schools Online - Information Night - Jan. 12, 6:00-7:00 (Virtual Meeting)
C-I STEAM School - Information Night - Jan. 12, 6:00-7:00 at Isanti Intermediate School, 101 9th Avenue NE, Isanti
Isanti Primary - Kindergarten Information Night - Jan. 17, 6:00-7:00, 301 Heritage Blvd NW, Isanti
Cambridge Primary - Kindergarten Information Night - Jan. 17, 6:00-7:00, 310 Elm St N, Cambridge
If you are unable to attend, we will provide a summary of the information following the meeting.
Kindergarten Overview Slideshows
View the slideshows to see the information that was presented at our information nights.
- Isanti Primary School: IPS Slideshow
- Cambridge Primary School: CPS Slideshow
- Cambridge-Isanti STEAM School: STEAM Slideshow
- Cambridge-Isanti Schools Online (CIO): CIO Slideshow
More About Kindergarten
Before and After School Childcare - Adventure Center
Breakfast and Lunch at School
Documents needed in the enrollment process
Early Childhood Screening
Kindergarten Information Nights
Learning in Kindergarten
Minnesota Department of Education Info About Kindergarten
Open Enroll from Outside of C-I District Borders
Riding the Bus
Which school should my child attend?
Parent Corner Articles
Since 85-90% of brain growth occurs in the first five years of life, exposure to books, words and language is important to set children up for future success. Reading to your child, beginning at birth, helps them build connections in their brain, build vocabulary and be ready for kindergarten. Read the article for more information.
How does outdoor play help physical development? When compared with their peers, kids who spend more time outdoors typically improve their motor skills, body mass index, overall health and muscle strength. Read the article for more information!