Please contact Mrs. Huling at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Mission Recap 2020
Are you wondering what to do with all the library books cluttering your house? We have a solution for you! Starting on Wednesday, May 20, there will be a cart in the North carpool lot. If you have library books at home, please stop by and drop them off on the cart. The cart will be available every Wednesday until June 10.
Class Placement Policy 2020-2021
Students are placed into classes for next fall by their current teacher. As you know, King’s teachers are highly qualified, professional, gifted and amazing! Teachers thoughtfully and prayerfully place students in the best educational setting for them. For students with documented educational special needs, parents should email Ms. Rose (K-3) at email@example.com or Mr. Gage (4-6) at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to submit concerns for a student with documented educational special needs is Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
Class lists are confidential. Please do not put teachers in an awkward position by requesting the “inside track” on your child’s placement. This is unfair and unacceptable at King’s Elementary School. We appreciate your support on this issue. Thank you!
On May 21st, CRISTA Camps is holding a Good Ol’ Fashioned Camp In, in an effort to bring Camps into our homes, and serve families with something to look forward to and experience together during quarantine. The online Camp In is about 45 minutes and will include camp songs, crafts, and an educational portion about horses. When families register they receive a 16 page camp guide filled with crafts, recipes, activities and a devotional to do as a family. At the end there will be an invitation for families to join the Miracle Horse Club to support camps and learn more about the horses (this will be a very small part of the presentation.)
Click on the link to the registration page: signup.cristacamps.com/campin
Reading Minutes and Free Husky Gear
Parents if your students are tracking their reading minutes, they can earn FREE Washington Husky gear just by submitting their reading logs! Such a cool way to add some extra motivation!
Mission Possible Challenge – 4th Quarter!
Our mission projects this year have reached out to our community, city and world. As we face this time of staying at home, we want to encourage and thank all front-line workers. Our missions challenge for students and families over the next few weeks, is to write a note to delivery workers. This can even be a family activity.
What do you do? Make a card or note that thanks them for their dedication to delivering your mail and packages. Tape the note to the mailbox or leave it by the door before a delivery arrives.
Take a photo and share it with your teacher! Join the fun and take the MISSION POSSIBLE challenge of sharing God’s love with others.
We are continuing our Parent Prayer time on Wednesday mornings, now using
the wonderful gift of Zoom. Please join us remotely if you can for a time of prayer from
8:00-8:30am. To join, click on the link below.
Join Zoom Meeting