Hundreds of thousands of children have gone through the immersion stream--starting in junior kindergarten or at later points along the educational path.
What does JK stand for?
JK stands for Junior Kindergarten
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We have 17 other meanings of JK in our Acronym Attic
- Jiddu Krishnamurthy (philosper)
- Jin Kazama (Tekken 3 character)
- Joanne Kathleen (Rowling, Harry Potter author)
- John Kennedy
- John Kerry
- John Krasinski (actor)
- Julianischer Kalender (Julian Calendar)
- Jumping Kangaroo
- Juscelino Kubitschek (Brazilian ex-president)
- Just Kidding
- Jusuf Kalla (Indonesian politician)
- Juuni Kokki (Anime)
- Jyoshi Kousei (female high school student; Japan)
- Kidd blood group system
- type of flip flop named for Jack Kilby
- Jedi Knight II (PC game)
- Jack, Key, and Lamp panel (Hekimian)
- Jedi Knight 2 (game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It also offers an alternative to junior kindergarten if you feel your child is not yet ready for an all day program.
Quinn is in junior kindergarten, and he's very exclamatory
In a Junior Kindergarten class, the students had no trouble at all predicting who the visitor was going to be in a story entitled "Who is coming to our house?
The present study is a comparison of the social and cognitive skills of children (N = 79) attending 14 junior kindergartens, taught by certificated teachers with four-year bachelor's degrees, versus early childhood educators with only two-year degrees.
The year that I entered fifth grade my brother entered junior kindergarten.
The gateway to the information stored in the CD-Rom is a colorful map of the Grassy Narrows traditional lands that can be accessed on computer screens in every classroom in the school -- junior kindergarten to Grade 12.
6% in welfare spending and the introduction of a mandatory workfare program, and imposed cuts in many other areas including government administration, transfers to municipal governments, universities, schools and hospitals, and "nonpriority" spending such as junior kindergarten.