2640 El Lafayette St. - Stockton, CA
The Heritage Center is offering free classes! Students will have the opportunity to take Art class and Dance classes. Flyers went home to sign up or you can call the school to find out more information.
Along with 45 other states, California schools are transitioning to a new set of academic learning standards called the Common Core State Standards. These standards will replace the existing ...more
Safe Walk and Roll Day!
Prince-less Princess Musical
Kennedy Games 2015
King School Basketball Team 3-1-1 Season
MESA Day at UOP
Chess Team Whiz Kids
Rotary Read In
Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King
Splash visits King
Congratulations to our Students of the Month!
PTO Fall Festival A Hit!
UOP Men's Soccer Talk Teamwork at King School
Teachers use PLCs/Data Teams to Improve Instruction
CHESS CLUB-King School Hosts Tourney May 9th
King School Scores Big at MESA Day!
On Saturday, March 1st, 30 King School students attended MESA Day at UOP. They earned a total of ten medals. They medaled in all but one competition. They alll move on to the Northern California MESA day next month. Congrats to the following students! Congratulations to our MESA teachers: Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Wootton, Mr. Schmidke and Mr. Rapisura.
Alex Montes received 2nd place on the middle school level one math exam
Daniel Briseno and Angel Lopez received 3rd place on mousetrap cars
Miguel Tomelloso and Ernest Escarpita received 1st place on mousetrap cars
Elizabeth Lara received 2nd place on her venomics speech
Fernanda Rodriguez and Mariana Tellez received 3rd place on their eye model
Alex Montes and Elijah Mancia received 2nd place on their balsa wood glider.
Jennifer Barajas won 1st place on her popsicle bridge and 2nd place for her creativity on it for sixth grade.
Abigail Deng won 2nd place on her creativity on her popsicle bridge for middle school.
Michael Tubbs Delivers Motivational Message to 6-8th Grades
Congratulations Honor Roll Recipients!
PTO Annual Harvest Festival 2013
Thank you Rotary Club!
Congratulations Ms. Guerra and Ms. Mariani
Ms. Guerra and Ms. Mariani were both recognized by San Joaquin A+ for being Champions of Literacy. Ms. Guerra was honored as Administrator in Literacy and Ms. Mariani was honored for her volunteer service over the summer in the public library. Good work ladies!
A Visit to UC Monterey and the Aquarium
2013 Kennedy Games
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Assemblies
On Thursday, January 17 and Friday, January 18, King School students participated in assemblies honoring our school's namesake Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade read poems, sang songs, read stories, and played music that reminded everyone of Dr. King's contribution. Below is a picture of the 7th grade students reading a timeline of Dr. King's life.
ST Math Program
This year, our district purchased a license for the ST Math Program for our kindergarten through fifth grade students. Over the past two months, our teachers have received traing on how to use the program to supplement their math instruction. Almost all of our classes have begun working with the math penguin, Jiji, to learn math concepts in a fun way.
May 22nd Perfect Attendance Roller-skating field trip
Chess Tourney 7:00-10:00 p.m.
May 25th Memorial Day Holiday
May 27th End of the Year Awards for Grades 4-7 at 8:00 a.m.
Spring Concert, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
May 28th End of the Year Awards for TK, 1-3 at 8:00 a.m.
May 30th Music Students at Competition in Santa Clara
June 2nd Kindergarten Promotion at 12:30 p.m.
June 3rd Eighth grade Promotion at 10:00 a.m.
It's time to purchase your yearbook. We only reserved 100 copies. The yearbook is a great memory keepsake book for the year. It includes a lot of pictures from all the events that took place for the 2014-15 school year. The cost is only $15.00! That is a great deal! Bring your money to Phyllis Owens, in the office, to reserve a copy.
M.L. King Elementary
Grades K-1: 7:30 am - 1:25 pm
Grades 2-6: 7:30 am - 1:30 pm
Grades 7-8: 7:30 am - 1:35 pm
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Over the summer, parents, please think of spending time with us next school year.
There are many ways to help in and out of the classroom. Don't be afraid to ask! Teacher's
will be surveying when school resumes.
Tribes Learning Community
At King School, we incorporate the Tribes Learning Communities process to build a cohesive school community. Tribes Learning Communities is a research-based process that creates a culture that maximizes learning and human development.
Beyond lesson plans, bully proofing, conflict management, discipline and academic achievement, the Tribes Learning Communities process offers collaborative skills, community agreements, meaningful participation.
School-wide, we honor the four Tribes agreements:
We appreciate your support in building a welcoming and supportive school environment.