The King's School 11th and 12th graders practiced their big presentations for MOAS, Model of the Organization of American States, today! Mrs. Patterson and Mr. Ellis report that they did an amazing job! Well done, everyone, with your research and you all look fantastic!
Audio Book with Music
Bedtime Stories for a Peaceful Sleep By Kellie Girling
These stories and songs were designed to remind Christian children about the messages of hope in God’s Word as they learn to navigate the anxious world around them. Although the scriptures remind us that “in this world we will...
The King's School kindergarten give out Poppies In Honor Our Veteran's! Happy Veteran's Day to all. We remember with gratitude and love.
10th grade Earth Science enjoy the challenge of an Earth Science BREAK OUT game!
The students planted apple seeds just like Johnny taught people all over our country! They learned also what a KIND man he was. Thank you, Mrs. Sweeney!
One of the major fundraisers of The King's School each year is the Annual WalkAThon Color Run in October on our beautiful playing fields surrounded by forests and hills. Students, staff, parents, and grandparents come out to join the fun. Those who are serious about racing and earning points for...
For our first BIG field trip of the year, 4th-6th graders enjoyed an extensive history of Fort Ticonderoga, the battles fought, and the artifacts found. What a wonderful fall day to be out, and how great to share it with some of our parents too!
Our 6th graders are learning all about ancient Egytian culture from designing their own pyramids to experiments with the process of mummification!
Mrs. Webster is already getting the kindergarteners brushing up on their Christmas carols ready to be the opening acts of our annual Christmas Production. They love sitting at the piano and getting to dream about Christmas already!
No quarantines from school exposures - If there is a positive in the classroom, the health office will notify parents of possible exposure. The health office will advise parents to watch for symptoms. If symptoms occur, then students will be advised to remain out of school and follow up with...