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Judy Reznicek ~ K4

Judy Reznicek

Hello, my name is Judy Reznicek, better known to my students as Mrs. Judy!!  I have taught K4 at Kaufman Christian School for 20+ years.  I graduated from Kaufman High School after having moved to Kaufman during my high school years. I have obtained an Associate Degree in Early Childhood since coming to KCS.

I am married to Randy and we have three grown children.  We have one daughter-in-law, a soon-to-be son-in-law, two grandsons – who have both attended KCS- and a great-grand daughter.  Randy and I are members of First Baptist Church in Kaufman.

Teaching my students to read and seeing the excitement of learning on the children’s faces is very rewarding.   Preschool is an important time in a child’s life.  I love to be able to lay the foundation for learning in a young child’s school career.  It is my desire for the children to develop a love for school that will last throughout their school career.

Should you have any questions of me, please email me here.

4 year old Kindergarten Supply List

1  backpack (generic, w/o wheels, large enough for pocket folder)
1  lunch box (generic)
1  5×8 plastic supply box, no design
1  plastic pocket folder with brads
2  zipper pouches (clear front)
large glue sticks
2  bottles Elmer’s glue
2  jumbo pencils
1  box big 8 count Crayola Crayons
3  boxes 24 count regular Crayola Crayons
1  big pink eraser
1  round tip Fiskar’s scissors
1  box 8 color pack watercolors
1  box washable Crayola Classic markers
1  4-pack carton Play-doh brand playdough
1  pkg colored pencils
1  pkg 9×12 construction paper (boys only)
1  box Kleenex
1  box wet wipes (girls only)
1  roll of paper towels
1  nap pad
2  reams white copy paper (500 count each)
$10.00 for craft fee

Backpacks and lunch boxes must be generic.  They may have designs or be multi-colored, but we ask that they not promote any advertisements of any other school, movie, TV, or cartoon character, business, or organization.  The backpack’s brand name, such as Jansport, L.L. Bean, Champion, etc. is acceptable as long as it is not a design.