Pre-K New Student Enrollment 2022-2023

   

2022/2023 Kindergarten Round-Up

  

  

Online 2022/2023 Registration for Returning Students

   

  

  

Volunteer Information

  

Mobile Market

                     

Monthly Calendar

         

   

    

school-calendar - Laker School District - Elkton – Pigeon – Bay Port

Monthly Newsletter

 May Newsletter.pdf 

 

 

Carrie Gosch School Supply List 2021/2022

  

Dyslexia Newsletter

Please click on the link for the district dyslexia newsletter.

https://www.smore.com/6gs1h

Pre-K Bus Routes

Community Resources

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

 

NAEHCY Homelessness Resource

The National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth

 

Please click the below link for a homelessness resource. 

https://naehcy.org/educational-resources/covid-19-resources-guidance/

 

IDOE Pre-K Foundations

Wash, Watch & Wear

Lavar, Mirar y Usar

Title 1 Parent Meeting and Parents Right to Know Letters

 Click on below link to view flyer

Haga clic en el enlace de abajo para ver el folleto

Click the links below to see the presentation and for more information.

Haga clic en los enlaces a continuación para ver la presentación y para obtener más información.

Free WIFI and eLearning Workspace

 

  If you have questions, Principal Peters may be contacted at (219) 501-2434 Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm or emailed at jpeters@ecps.org

Conscious Discipline and The Baby Doll Circle Time

 

Students at Gosch learn about self-regulation.  Conscious Discipline helps us to teach the students to get ready to problem solve by intentionally teaching the students to identify their emotions and learn how to deal with them.  Intense feelings such as anger, frustration, anxiety and fear may be something that your child encounters when beginning school.  Our staff utilize strategies from Dr. Becky Bailey to support our students as they learn to manage their emotions. 

New to Carrie Gosch ELC this school year is The Baby Doll Circle Time.  The circle time is designed to teach students empathy. Specifically,  The Baby Doll Circle Time incorporates skills such as attention, self-regulation, impulse control and initiative.  Learning these skills help students develop positive relationships with others and supports academic learning.   The circle time is facilitated through engaging social activities, such as singing and rhyming and is presented as play to the students.  There is also a connection from home to school that is created during this activity.   

If you would like to learn more about Conscious Discipline or the Baby Doll Circle, let your child's teacher know.  Your child's teacher will provide printed information.  If we have enough interested parties, we will host an informational session at Gosch in the Parent Cafe.