Built in 1971, King Elementary School serves approximately 500 students!
Martin Luther King Elementary is a member of the No Excuses University Network of Schools. No Excuses schools believe that all children can attend college, and network schools work to make that goal a reality. Resources and programs such as AVID, PBIS, Response to Intervention and Professional Learning Communities, as well as collaboration with community partners, help empower students to achieve academic excellence.
Thanks to a bond measure that voters approved in February 2017, this school will be completely rebuilt.
Enthusiasm for learning is evident at King, but the facility no longer adequately supports 21st-century educational requirements. There are many challenges:
Learn more about the challenges and a symposium to begin the redesign of the school.
After a planning symposium on May 18, teams of staff members and architects developed three design concepts.
Learn about all three concepts.
Check out the history of the school and some of its milestones.