Friday Oct 26 2012 comments Growing so fast, transitional kindergarten at Skyridge and Rock Creek Elementaries By: Photography by Kim Palaferri/Auburn Journal -A +A At Skyridge Elementary, transitional kindergartners work on tracing skills that will help them develop their fine motor skills, important for the next level of school, kindergarten. From left is Madeline Larson-Goforth, Adelyne Olvera, and Talia Thomasson. Jo Westlake, site world builder for Monika Peak's transitional kindergarten class at Rock Creek, helps put on a students jacket for Aileen Nolasco-Espinoza and David Vargas-Robles, are eager to answer questions in their transitional kindergarten class at Rock Creek. Alehandro Martinez is ready to hit the lunch line after cleaning up after making peanut butter with the rest of his classmates at Rock Creek. Monika Peak, transitional kindergarten teacher at Rock Creek Elementary, works with her students on their counting exercise using hands on techniques. Delilah Hartley gets a high-five from her transitional teacher Erin Emerson after a job-well-done. Delilah Hartley, left, and Brianna Donovan draw some animal pictures during free time at Skyridge's transitional kindergarten program. Alexandreia Garcia counts numbers during her transitional kindergarten class at Skyridge. Aabel Arellano-Cortez, transitional kindergartner at Skyridge Elementary school, works stringing a board that will help with fine motor skills.