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Feb
16

The King's School Elementary Science Fair 2017

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One very special feature about The King's School Elementary Science Fair is the incredible opportunity for older students to connect with younger ones. As well as moms, dads, teachers, and other meaningful people in a child's life, a teenager has an ...

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Feb
14

Celebration of Love at The King's School

Celebration of Love at The King

Valentine's Day at The King's School - If you don't know who Valentine really was, and the real reason we celebrate love on this day, look him up! He was a great Christian man who gave his life defending the sanctity of marriage. ...

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Jan
11

Culinary Class Cook Off!

Culinary Class Cook Off!

In January at The King's School Mrs. Blanchard's culinary class competed by each cooking an entire meal. Students and staff were canvassed for their favorite flavors. We had grilled shrimp with Italian side salad, breaded chicken with creamy mash pot...

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Jan
10

A Lawyer Who Didn't Want Our Money!

A Lawyer Who Didn

January 10th, 2017 at The King's School 7-12th graders participated in an "END DISTRACTED DRIVING" seminar presented by O'Connell & Aronowitz Attorneys at Law of Albany, New York. Presenter Kellan Potts, one of their attorneys, gave of his time t...

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Jan
6

Cell Membranes Elementary Science LAB!

Cell Membranes Elementary Science LAB!

January 6th, 2017 at The King's School in Ms. Reisinger's 6th grade Science Lab, we studied semi-permeable cell membranes. We learned about how cells are fluid and flexible and how cell membranes allow good material in and waste out. Bubbles, much li...

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Dec
17

"Do You See What I See"

"Do You See What I See"

"Do You See What I See" written, produced, and directed by Principal Kellie Girling, transports viewers to Queens, New York, where an elderly lady, June Davis, poses the greatest spiritual threat to the city's demonic hoards. Everywhere she goes, she...

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Dec
8

8th Graders Make History Larger Than Life

8th Graders Make History Larger Than Life

8th grade history the class collaborates together to develop a giant timeline focusing on the Spanish American War and the influence that the media has on public opinion (yellow journalism).Go 8th grade!!!!...

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Sep
20

Elementary Theater Class at The King’s School!

Elementary Theater Class at The King’s School!

2-4th grade elementary theater class learn how to use their bodies to respresent something else! This activity is a physical and improvisation warm-up. It requires students to listen and cooperate as a group. Each group has 10-30 seconds to...

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Sep
12

The 2016-2017 school year is off to a wonderful start!

The 2016-2017 school year is off to a wonderful start!

Mrs. Staple’s Health class learn a valuable lesson about social, emotional, physical, and mental well-being by a hands-on, and "feet-on" excercise this week. The object was to work together to completely switch places with the people on the oth...

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Mar
31

K-6th Cultural Fair 2016

K-6th Cultural Fair 2016

Instilling appreciation for other cultures around the world is an important core value of The King’s School. Celebrating culture broadens our students’ respect for our own communities, our country, and for different people groups around o...

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