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Ms. Cohn

Room K

Ms. Cohn teaches Kindergarten and grew up in Visalia, California. She graduated from the University of Arizona.

Ms. Cohn enjoys the beach, tennis and skiing. She likes to read children's books and suspense novels.

For extra practice at home she recommends:


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Mrs. Hernando

Room K

Mrs. Hernando teaches kindergarten and was raised in Torrance, California.  She graduated from Cal. State University Dominguez Hills with a B.A, Masters Degree in Teaching Curriculum and Multiple Subject Credential.  She also graduated from Western Governors University with a Masters in Special Education along with a Special Education Credential. She also holds a certificate in Autism and Dyslexia.


Mrs. Hernando enjoys going to the beach and spending time with her family.





Mrs. Collins

Room 16

I am really excited to be teaching Kindergarten this year at Beryl.

This year will begin my tenth year teaching elementary grades, many of which have been in second grade.  Teaching is my passion along with cooking, walking my dog, and working on craft projects.  I love spending time with family and friends, especially with my two year old niece, Harper. I am looking forward to a fun filled year with your child!




School Calendar

Today: 6/17/18


We feel that it is very important to keep all the kindergarten families informed about our classes and our school.  Every Friday we will send home our Kindergarten Newsletter.

It is very important to read the newsletter in order to know what your child needs to be prepared for the upcoming week, and to know what events are happening at school.  Each week we have a new Alpha-friend and a new theme that will be announced in the Kindergarten Newsletter. 

The newsletter will tell you what to bring for sharing on Monday and everything else that needs to be done that week.  We also include in our newsletter what we have previously done during the past week, so you can discuss with your child their school experiences.

Please keep the newsletter for the entire week so you will know what is going on at school, and what may be expected for your child to do or bring to school.