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.